It really depends. How old are you and how old is she? Maybe the wedding was a little bit adult orientated and you were a little too young. Or maybe it was just an accident. Either way, im sure your sister has a good reason for it. Try talking to her about it :)
First I would find out why she chose not to invite you. If it was unreasonable such as "I just didn't want you there" then that's not right because you are family. Don't invite her to anything you do such as your own wedding family cookouts or get togethers unless she makes it up to you.
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Last edited at 6:49PM on 6/1/2012
call her a bitch and tell her it's not fair to you that all the other family gets to go and not you and maybe shes jealous and doesn't want you there because she hates you and ask her why didnt she invite you and you think its not fair and you should be treated just as much respect as the other part of the family
Crash the wedding wearing a super hot dress that takes attention away from her, French kiss the groom, accidentally spill a full glass of wine on her gown, dance on the tables & knock down any chick in the way of that bouquet when she tosses it. Tie a ball & chain to their bumper & write suckers! Or you could have more class (than me) & send a nice gift with some one who is invited & a card wishing her & hubby a long happy life together. Tell her you forgive her & that you won't be as cruel to exclude her when your day comes to shine.
send her a card congratulating her and simply say "I'm sorry we couldn't be together on your special day. I'm sure you had your reasons for not inviting me, just know that I love you." This will keep the door open for conversation in case there was a terrible misunderstanding. Even though you're hurt and angry, you should not come off bitter and angry if you want to preserve the relationship. She will still get the message...