Cupid's Pulse Article: Kim Kardashian Reveals Why Brother Rob Bailed on Her WeddingCupid's Pulse Article: Kim Kardashian Reveals Why Brother Rob Bailed on Her Wedding

By Laura Seaman

Months after the Kim Kardashian and Kanye West wedding, the bride speaks out about the one guest who wasn’t there: her brother Rob. There was plenty of press speculation as to why the Kardashian brother left Europe on such short notice, but on an interview with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, Kim said, “He sent me a long email the morning of that he was going to leave. There was no fight.” She then said, “I just thought, ‘You know what, this is my day, I’m not even going to worry about it.” states that Kim insisted she loves her brother very much and admitted she could get frustrated with him at times.

What are some ways to settle family drama surrounding your wedding?

Cupid’s Advice:

Wedding are beautiful occasions where a family gathers to celebrate love and a new addition to the group. However, this can also be a dramatic event, as certain family members may not be too excited to be in the same room as each other. Some people forget that this is a day for the happy couple to be celebrated, not for them to dig up old fights and feuds. Things can get out of hand, and one unruly family member can ruin an otherwise happy occasion. Here are some ways to prevent this mess at your wedding:

1. Find out what is going on. Some people might not want to tell the soon-to-be newlyweds about family drama because they don’t want to add to the stress of a big day. But this just leaves them in the dark and makes it even worse when the drama rears its ugly head. It’s your job to get to the bottom of things and prepare yourself for any issues that might come up. The more you know, the better off you’ll be.

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2. Think of who you’re inviting. Of course you want your whole family there to celebrate you wedding, but sometimes it might be smarter to leave certain troublemakers off the guest list. There’s no shame in wanting a nice, peaceful celebration and doing all you can to ensure that it stays that way. Just make sure these uninvited guests don’t find out and crash the party.

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3. Sit people down and talk about the problem. If you expect one of your family members might be planning to stir up trouble, sit them down and sternly tell them that you won’t be tolerating any drama and that you won’t hesitate to throw them out if they start something. It’s not easy, but it could be the difference between a fun reception and a disaster of a party.

How do you deal with family drama surrounding a wedding? Let us know in the comments!