Can't decide how to proceed with this, so figured I'd ask here. I have a best friend who I met in college who was my closest friend for many years. We have been through college fun, young professionals starting our careers, dating casually, I was her maid of honor at her wedding, etc. She has always disagreed with people I've dated; never liked them. I started dating my now fiance about 1.5 years ago and things started off very hot and heavy. In the spring, several people (when confronted, my friend as well) let me know they weren't sure that he was right for me as they didn't trust him. When I asked why, they had noticed he had exaggerated a few stories. It was tough to hear as I was head over heels for him, but I listened. I paid attention, talked to him a lot, and it really helped us grow. I trust him 100%. Everything brought up was very superfluous exaggerations (ie: used the words owning a home when he had actually been renting to buy, but never bought it because he moved) but nothing that was truly concerning which is why I didn't totally understand why it led people to feel that he wasn't trustworthy. I never felt unsure about his honesty or integrity.
Fast forward 6 months, we got engaged and I am still head over heels for him. I am super excited and honestly I guess my friend just faked it well when I called to let her know about the engagement. It has been almost 2 months since we got engaged, and I finally started planning my wedding party. I gave her a "proposal box" last night and she responded with umm...yeah, I've been wanting to talk to you about that. I don't know how "involved" I want to be in your day, you know how I feel about him.
I was SHOCKED. She had stated her opinion previously and honestly I thought that it had improved, but this is the rest of my life we're talking about. I guess I never thought she would decline supporting me and being there for me as I entered into a lifelong commitment. If she really loves me as a person, even if she thinks I am making the wrong decision, she should support me no matter what. At this point, I don't even know if I want her at my wedding or in my life. I'm not sure what to do.