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Re: Delete.

  • climbingsingleclimbingsingle NYC 'burbs member
    Eighth Anniversary 10000 Comments 500 Love Its 5 Answers
    Agreed that there is a lot of back and forth here that is not necessary. 

    Also agree that since the RSVP date has passed, you can inform your cousin that you are not able to reserve a seat for her and her husband. Also, with the way you speak about her, why do you even care that she's at your wedding? 

    IMO you're letting a lot of things get under your skin. And I get why! I just think you need to let it roll right off of you. Who cares about the flip flops? This has no impact on your life. 

    I'd find another relative to sit with your younger cousin. Do you have a friend you can ask to sit with her? I'm not sure how young she is or how much supervision is needed. 

    Don't keep involving your grandparents in all this. Just deal directly with your cousin, and leave it be. Move on. Have a drink and a cupcake. 
  • ei34ei34 member
    Tenth Anniversary 2500 Comments 500 Love Its 5 Answers
    There’s..a lot of extra drama here.  Has your rsvp date passed?  Reach out to any guest who hasn’t let you know and ask them for a hard yes or no.  
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