God no! That happened to us on our wedding night.. She didnt like me as her now husband and I were the best of friends, we fought as she caused so many arguments even made her dh drop out our wedding party! So at our reception she announced she was 4 months and rubbed her tummy in front of me...
Didn't ruin our night but its not right.
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09-02-2012 23:24 #11
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09-02-2012 23:37 #13
Nope. like others have said it's their day so let them have the limelight.
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09-02-2012 23:46 #14
Noooo Not even under 'exceptional circumstances' (whatever they might be). Very poor form!
09-02-2012 23:51 #15
I honestly dont see the problem with it. I myself have never done it, but I wouldn't have minded if one of my friends did that. I love my friends and would be honoured they shared their news on my special day... My wedding was about sharing our day with friends and family, letting them be apart of the joining of myself and my husband... I didn't really care about the spot light though, thats just not what it was about for me
09-02-2012 23:54 #16
09-02-2012 23:59 #17
No way. For my cousin's wedding, I had just found out I was pregnant with DD and my family is Russian. I was worried they would find out as I wouldn't be doing "obligatory" vodka shots, but I had a 2nd hidden shot glass that DP filled with water for speeches and shot times. DP got absolutely smashed that night. Haha.
Also I was 3.5 months with current pregnancy and hadn't told anyone yet at BIL's wedding. I waited until 2 days after as their wedding day was just that. THEIRS.
If someone did that on my wedding day I'd be p!$$ed. You normally know for quite a while before a wedding that the wedding is happening so I think it's not hard to wait a day. I've waited twice and it hasn't done me any harm.
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10-02-2012 00:33 #18
OP - is that what you were thinking of doing or has someone done it?
I'm curious to know why you/someone would want to...
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10-02-2012 02:21 #19
Definitely not. It can wait for another day. The spotlight needs to be on the bride.
10-02-2012 04:28 #20
As PP's have said- no way. The only "exceptional" circumstance I can think of is if it's the bride!
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