Man Seeks Advice After Kicking His Cousin Off His Sister’s Wedding Zoom Call
Getting engaged is a significant milestone for you and your partner. But what about getting engaged during COVID-19?
Let’s be honest: planning your wedding with a global pandemic in the background probably wasn't part of the plan! With rules and restrictions changing constantly, you might understandably feel hesitant about organizing your special day. However, amidst this, a man took on the responsibility of hosting his sister's Zoom wedding. Yet, when one of his cousins began causing a scene during the ceremony, he faced a tough decision. Was it justified for him to remove his cousin from the call? The cousin, upset, argued that the incident ruined his surprise proposal.
What's your take on this? Read on to find out more about this family drama!
Due to the pandemic, OP's sister had a "Zoom" wedding, and OP managed the online meeting.
For the "Zoom" wedding, the sister and her fiancé invited many guests. They planned to mute most during the ceremony to keep the focus on them, and later unmute for casual interaction.
During the wedding, when everyone was unmuted, the cousin interrupted. He praised the couple and tried to propose to his girlfriend, causing OP to kick him off the call.
OP saw the cousin as seeking attention due to his past spotlight-stealing. OP removed him to keep the wedding going smoothly.
Everything else went well, but the cousin is upset with OP for this, along with his parents.
And the comments from other Redditors pour in:
Right? Why would he even plan to do this on someone else’s wedding?
No doubt OP’s sister made the decision.
Brownie points for holding the wedding online.
Some users also think that proposing on a Zoom call is cringeworthy. What do you think?
What do you think about what happened? Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation? Share your experiences and join the conversation in the comment section below!