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The husband had been hoping she would cancel the holiday and have a "nice staycation" with him but she decided against that.
Newlywed Alannah Harding told Newsweek: "I thought having this music would make the whole wedding ceremony less stressful and more fun."
"I never thought I would end up meeting the love of my life on Craigslist and living together from the moment we met," Brooke Forman told Newsweek.
Wedding expert Rima Barakeh has told Newsweek how to ask for financial help when planning a wedding.
One user said: "Someone is cutting onions again. This is absolutely beautiful!!"
Bayan Jablonski said: "It was a wholesome experience. I appreciate Tom for sticking by my side and offering the support that he thought I needed."
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"If my husband doesn't cry like this at my wedding I don't want it," commented one social media user.
'I was the one who took care of him, and the one that took on the funeral expenses.'
Several viewers admitted experiencing the same thing, while one wrote: "If my future husband doesn't say this to me I'm gonna be highly disappointed."
"You're not leaving him because he is disabled. You're leaving him because he has given up on life," one user said.
A counselor told Newsweek why the woman should stand firm in her decision, despite the chance of backlash.
Many Reddit users sided with the woman, with one writing that the friend's difficult behavior "has nothing to do with a disability."
Niki Hunt, 28, told Newsweek: "We assured her that this is easily the best wedding gift we have received and how much we love how the book turned out!"
"The sister is completely reasonable in asking for a 'trial period,'" a former nanny told Newsweek about the aunt looking after kids she's never met.
"I'd always advise against open-ended plus-one invitations as a rule of thumb," Rima Barakeh, a wedding expert, told Newsweek.
This behavior has been identified as a type of domestic abuse.
A certified early childhood and family dynamics expert told Newsweek that more communication should have taken place before the big day.