Well, for a woman that happened, and now she wants to divorce her husband after he did a stunt with her wedding cake.
Getting married is a big milestone. But what happens when that special day comes and things don’t go to plan?
In slate magazineIn her “Dear Prudence” advice column, the bride – who goes by the alias Give Him Till February – explained her reasons for wanting to pursue the divorce.
She said she got married just before Christmas and “hopes to be divorced or annulled” by the end of January.
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“It was never important to me to get married, but I wasn’t against it. When my friend suggested 2020 we went for it. Each of us took on about half the responsibility for organizing the wedding, but I think I was pretty reasonable about compromising if he really wanted something,” she wrote.
But the only request she had for the wedding was that she not have cake rubbed on her face, which he didn’t.
However, that didn’t stop him from taking things to the next level.
“He grabbed the back of my head and pushed my head in. It was planned as the cake was DESTROYED and he had some cupcakes to replace.”
She left and the next day she told him they were over.
During the holidays, she told her friends and family to “give him a second chance” and that she was “overreacting” to their issues.
“I’m VERY claustrophobic after a car accident years ago, and I absolutely panicked when I was pushed into a cake and held there,” she said.
She added that although she doesn’t feel that emotion right now, she loves him and knows he loves her too, which “means not giving up at the first hurdle.”
“I don’t want to, but everyone is so agreed and so confident that I’m making a terrible mistake that I wonder if they’re right,” she concluded.
The outlet’s “Dear Prudence” Jenée Desmond-Harris gave the woman valuable advice on how to do what’s best for her at the end of the day.
“Everyone is sure you’re making a mistake, but they’re not the ones who have to wake up every day to a man whose behavior turns them off massively. You are. So all you have to do is listen to yourself,” Desmond-Harris wrote.
She went on to write that she believes what he did was “a red flag” and disrespected her wishes.
“Make a mental note of which of your loved ones don’t seem to appreciate your happiness and move forward with your divorce,” she continued.