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My parents refuse to attend at my wedding?

So I am getting married to my current fiance at a courthouse wedding this winter. We decided it would be best to get married at court since we will be moving next year out of state. A few family and friends will attend most of my soon to be husbands parents, and grandparents. Small of 15 guests. However my parents won't be attending due to the belief that it is not a real wedding because of it being in court and not a exspeinve ceremony. Will we have a renewal of vows but later in years. My father disowned me, and my mother won't go because she has plans of flying to go see her 26 year old boyfriend upnorth. They have a concert the same night of my wedding day. Neither did she go dress shopping with me at all, my mother in law and best friend Jessica did instead. I know I shouldn't feel selfish because it's not a real huge wedding but I can't feel upset due to the fact they won't attend?

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