May 8, 2024 at 8:44 pm

Her Husband’s Family Was Disrespectful At Their Wedding, But Think She’s Awful For Telling People About It

by Matthew Gilligan

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Why, oh why, can’t people behave themselves in public anymore?

That’s the big question, people!

And this woman had to deal with some serious psychos at her own wedding.

Read on and see whether or not you think she was out of line…

AITA for telling everyone how MIL acted at our wedding?

“I (26F) got married to Jack (26M) in August. We have been together since we were 15.

Jack and I decided to have an immediate family only wedding. It was extremely small, my dad and brother, his parents and sister/husband.

My dad paid for everything.

MIL/FIL ask if they can stay with us the week of the wedding, we say sure. They show up and they brought MIL sister, husband and niece (14).

The 5 of them are in the entry of the house and expect to stay with us this week.


I’m annoyed, especially since they weren’t invited, but I say nothing.

MIL walks right past me then turns to me and asks if we invited Jack’s cousin, we will call her Jane.

I tell her no, we just invited you guys and my family.

The reason Jane is not invited is because she’s drama, wore white to Jack’s sister’s wedding and made a scene.


The day before the wedding, I get up and notice my car is missing, I had last minute things to get, turns our MIL helped herself to it, so she can go shopping at the mall.

I call Jack, he calls his mom, she returns the car 4 hours later. The mall is 15 minutes away from our house.

I was able to get everything I needed and head home.

When I get home, Jack pulls me aside and tells me MIL yelled at him for having a camera in the house.

We have a camera facing the back door, we check it to make sure the dogs aren’t outside and it’s locked. Either way, it’s not hidden and it’s our home.

To me that was sus, so I check the footage and hear how MIL/Aunt are absolutely berating me and our house.

I show it to Jack and he says to say nothing.

The day of the wedding arrives, MIL opens our bedroom door asking for an iron, I go grab one for her.

I close the door and start getting ready, I have a picture of my mom (passed away) next to the mirror and I’m just in my head about it all.

Then MIL open the door and asks for an ironing curler, I get her one.

I close the door and lock it. I call my dad to linger outside the door.

It gets worse…

The limo arrives to pick me and my husband to bring us to the church, before I get out the door, MIL, FIL, aunt, uncle, niece get in the limo and open the special bottle that my dad kept from his wedding.

So now it’s me, Jack and all his family in the limo on the way to church. Like a clown car.

They drink the whole bottle which I wanted to share with my dad and brother.


At the reception, Jack and I catch MIL going through the wedding envelopes to see what everyone gave. She is pulling money out and telling Jack his sister is cheap.

Again, I say nothing.

The last straw was when I looked around and MIL/aunt were missing. I find them hiding calling Jane who didn’t even know about the wedding to tell her she wasn’t invited.

Lastly, I got my photos back from our photographer, Aunt/MIL/uncle are doing the peace sign behind our heads in every group picture.

I’ve told my friends what happened because it bothers me.. but my husband is saying I shouldn’t tell anyone.


Take a look at what folks said about this on Reddit.

This reader shared their thoughts.

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Another individual said this needs to be taken care of right away.

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One person said she’s NTA.

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Another Reddit user spoke up.

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And this reader offered some advice.

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These two need to figure it out ASAP.

Good luck to them!

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