Uh oh…this doesn’t sound good

Is there trouble in paradise already?

Even before the wedding day?

Check out this story from Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page and let us know if you think this woman is wrong for insisting on wearing high heels at her wedding.

AITA for wanting to wear high heels at my wedding despite my fiancee’s objection?

“My fiance (31) is short. His height has always been a source of insecurity for him and he takes others comments too seriously.

With our wedding approaching, He asked if I’d consider wearing flat shoes at the wedding. I was confused, like very confused I asked if he was joking but he went on a rant about how doesn’t want to be made fun of on his own wedding.

And that if I choose to wear high heels then we will look ‘awkward’ in the photos and infront of the guests. I refused and he kept calling me selfish and inconsiderate and said that I prioritized a bare of high heels over his comfort and happiness for the big day.

He had his mom involved and she is pushing me to reconsider. When I refused to discuss it she said that my unwillingness to cooperate is a huge indicator of my level of maturity, she then went on a long rant about what lengths ‘real wives’ are willing to go to to help out their husbands and said that I’m apparently too immature and shallow to be committed in a marriage if I make such an issue out of it.

Am I being selfish? It’s not just about what I want but the high heels help make the wedding dress look better and I feel like I deserve to look my best at my own wedding just like every bride’s dream. His insecurity is preventing me from getting that.


Here’s what Reddit users had to say.

One reader said this woman is NTA and that this guy needs to figure it out.

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Another Reddit user said it’s up to the groom to take care of this situation.

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And this person said guys just need to get over the height thing.

Plain and simple…

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