Our expert says:
Good grief ! What a horrible contribution nthey made to your sister's wedding ! Its your wedding, and you're the boss. YOu need to speak calmly but firmly to each of them, laying down strict conditions as to what is and is not acceptable behaviour on their part --- and unless they vow to keep to those rules, they must know that they are NOT invited ; and if they arrive and break any of the rules, tell them you'll hire guards and friends to have them removed. They can fight and squabble anywhere they like EXCEPT at the wedding, and if your father arrives drunk, he must know that he will not be admitted, and will not be served alcohol during the reception.
Nia's suggestions also make a great deal of sense. Yes, a bouncer --- and even if they are in any part paying for the reception, that does not give them the right to act childishly and spoil it for anyone else, most especially not for you
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