"You need to support your sister and if you can't control yourself around her soon-to-be spouse, just stay the hell away from them," said one Reddit reply.
"Not everyone has a close-friend group of pals to support them. Second, not everyone has a friend group that's...reliable," Bridesmaid for Hire's founder said.
"It goes without saying that I no longer have a job there, but it's a relief," said the former bartender.
""I have reached a breaking point," wrote the heartbroken stepmom in the viral Reddit post.
"I think it's a bit unfair he gets to go abroad and spend all that money but then it affects our first family holiday plans," wrote the Mumsnet poster.
"I don't understand," grieving newlywed Brenda Flint wrote on Facebook of the Oklahoman country singer dying aged 37 in his sleep.
"Your sister sounds very superficial and snobby," said one Reddit user.
"I'm really excited for it. But once my mom found out, she flipped out," wrote the groom-to-be on Reddit, but users sided with the mother.
The man says his parents refused to help with planning the wedding, giving a speech or even sitting in the front row during the ceremony.
"Sounds like your wife being petty and jealous," one user commented.
"Naomi's Ralph Lauren dress was absolutely beautiful and the perfect choice for an American royal wedding," Gabriella Rello Duffy told Newsweek.
"Sounds like your daughter thinks you're an ATM," one commenter quipped.
Neal is set to tie the knot with President Joe Biden's firstborn grandchild at the White House on Saturday.
"Most adults would prefer not to have a slice of cake crushed into their face with 150 people watching them," Gabriella Rello Duffy told Newsweek.
"I found my dress torn to shreds, I immediately called Jackson and started screaming at him," said the poster on Reddit. Her late brother had made the gown.
"POV: You didn't want kids at your wedding," read the video's text overlay.
"She became angry and told me it's time to let go of the past. I told her it's not her call to make," the Redditor wrote, after his brother stole his partner.
"Is it a way to say to people 'we invite you but please don't come?'" asked the poster.
"It's not about your social media activity," one commenter asserted. "It's about his own boundaries."
Tina Sieben told Newsweek the officiant told her afterwards "if he wasn't already married he'd marry me for that speech."
"When I opened the gate to the field he got a little over-excited, barged into me, and knocked me over," explained the injured woman.
"Seriously, you guys are outstepping the stereotype and I love it," said the wedding guest in a viral TikTok video.
"Apparently, I was never a sister to her," said the heartbroken bride-to-be.
Commenters were shocked to learn why the woman's boyfriend and children were left off her sister's guest list.
"People don't get 'almost got married but didn't' gifts," one commenter quipped.
"Not only did you disrespect your brother's wishes, you made your boyfriend the center of more attention than was warranted," one commenter said.
"Not only would I drop out of the wedding but I'd drop out of this farce of a friendship," one commenter said.
"10 plus-ones are a lot," one commenter quipped.