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LD02 LD02 22-25, F 11 Answers Jun 24 in Dating & Relationships

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Yes, it's only been 6 months! It's a little inappropriate. (For a family's wedding) Even though it may hurt your feelings. There's no real 'need' for you to 'be' there. (Even though I can understand you -want- to be...)<br />
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Hell yes. You may catch the bouquet and get ideas

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it's sometimes way too expensive to bring a bunch of plus ones. My friend is getting married (and Im a bridesmaid) and all of these guys keep asking to go with me, but when I told her about it she said unless it was someone she's already met a few times it would probably be too much $ since my whole family is already invited. It gets expensive esp if it is a younger couple.

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That all depends on if he was asked to bring a guest .. how large the wedding is .. and if he wants to bring you. It's a family occasion and if you're just dating casually, he might not want everyone to think you're more serious by bringing you either.

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maby its his cousine and he dont want to talk about him/her

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Not in my mind. But I'm different

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If it is family only then yes it is normal

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Yes.

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Assuming he is "allowed" to invite someone, I would say that that's weird, yes!

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What about the 'awkward' photos in 10 years time, if they're still not together? ....That's why gf's and bf's aren't encouraged to go to 'family' weddings...

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I don't really think much of that, it's just a point in time and you wouldn't erase any other memory so why an ex? I mean yes, one day you might have another partner, kids, but you're not exactly gonna tell them you never dated anyone else!

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Depends if he likes you or not

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