I’m getting married this summer and when I was younger I was left out of my Aunt’s wedding because of a “no children” rule. My fiancé and I are having a small, intimate ceremony with family – parents, siblings and and close friends only, then a big party that night. Everyone’s invited, even the Aunt who excluded me from her wedding. Well now she’s upset for not being invited to the ceremony. I tried to explain that we wanted the ceremony to be small and that she was invited to the party afterward, but apparently that wasn’t good enough. It’s become a big family drama and she’s no longer speaking to me or my dad who stood up for me. Now some of the extended family have taken her side. Do I tell her to not bother coming or just ignore her and leave it alone? C in Cambridge
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