Etiquette question- my husband was asked to be in his brothers wedding
But I was not. I'm fine with this since I have had a contentious relationship with my BIL. I understand him wanting his brother in his wedding.
They are Scottish and going to be wearing traditional kilts. While my husband was discussing the garb with his brother this evening, he asked what "the girls should wear" (meaning me and our daughters) his brother replied "they already have their dresses" my husband then used my name "what should ---- and the girls wear?" "Oh they can whatever dress they want, the main color is kelly green if they'd like to match"
It dawned on me that my husband may be paired up with another woman for this ceremony. Nobody has come right out and said this but it seems to be the plan.
My question is, what is the proper etiquette for the brother but not his wife to be in the wedding? This will feel like an intention diss to me and be embarrassing as I sit in the audience with our kids while he escorets another woman down the isle. Am I over reacting, considering the relationship I've had with my BIL? He would enjoy embarrassing me and of course I would be the one one to wreck the wedding by saying something.
how does the wife handle this situation?
thanks in advance.