Mother-in-law hijacks couple's wedding date

Scheduling a wedding date is already a logistical nightmare, but now add a family tragedy into the mix.A bride-to-be posted on Reddit’s Bridezilla forum about her soon-to-be mother-in-law scheduling a wedding date for the couple.The user, who goes by JustnoMIL, explained that her and her fiancé had already postponed the wedding multiple times.That is until the two finally agreed to get married at the end of September and announced it to family members.The fiancé’s brother had passed away in late September 2018, so the mother-in-law didn’t want the wedding to be around the same time.“she told my fianće that since we can’t decide she has picked the perfect wedding date for us, which was Oct. 6,” JustnoMIL wrote.Reddit sided with the mother-in-law, while some warned this could be indicative of future issues with both her fiancé and mother-in-law

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