WHEN someone gets married, their siblings are usually happy for them.

One man said that was not the case with his wedding.

A man on Reddit shared details about the fight he recently had with his sister surrounding wedding news.

He began: “My sister is getting married next year. She has been 100% bridezilla. Her wedding is probably going to be 100k. Her engagement ring was about 25k.”

The sister had already been a year into planning her June wedding when her brother and his own girlfriend of three years decided to quietly get married.

The ceremony was officiated by a close friend, and the couple invited no other guests.

“My now-wife is 100% different from my sister. She doesn’t care about big weddings or rings or anything like that,” he explained.

“It was low-key, and we told everyone over the week what happened. It just felt right for us.”  

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His sister, however, did not take the news well.

Infuriated, she told her brother that he destroyed her wedding by getting married first.

“I told her that my wife and I talked off and on about getting married. We decided we didn’t want a fuss, and it would probably better to tell everyone after the fact.

“It’s going to be easier for us to get a house and for her to get on my health insurance and things like that. Plus, we are madly in love with each other,” he continued.

The sister did not believe these to be valid reasons.

“She now refuses to spend Christmas around us. She also disinvited us to the wedding. (I was a groomsman, and my girlfriend/wife was a bridesmaid),” he said.

Reddit users took to his defense in the comments:

“I don’t see how they even came close to ruining it. They eloped— it’s not like they’re upstaging her in any way,” one user wrote.

“The sister has already been planning her wedding for a year and it's still about 6 months away. Did she really expect no one else in her life to get married for a year and a half? Is everyone also supposed to hold off on engagements, pregnancies, and any other major life events until after June 2022?” added another.

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