So, two weeks ago, I (25F) got married to my husband (26M). When I was six years old, my mom and dad got divorced and, three years later, my mom met and married Fred, who had basically been my surrogate dad for all these years because my biological one hasn't been a huge part of my life, and Fred's kids (20M), (18F) and (16M) are basically my siblings.
On last minute, my bio-dad decided he didn't want to come to my wedding and walk me down the aisle. I got the call while I was getting my makeup done and I was devastated, needless to say. Fred was in the room with me and he started comforting me, telling me it would all be okay, and he said "if you want, I can walk you down."
That just rubbed me wrong and I was already a mess emotionally. Fred knew how much I wanted my bio-dad to walk me down the aisle, and he just suggested it like it didn't matter at all, like I hadn't just gotten my heart broken, and I just snapped and told him he was selfish and told him to get out. Fred left and one of my uncles ended up walking me down the aisle.
My mom only heard about mine and Fred's fight AFTER the wedding, and she is now pissed off at me, telling me that I overreacted and that I needed to apologize to Fred even though I was just frustrated and he had suggested something totally out of the leftfield. My mom told me that I was the selfish one apparently and apparently I'm ungrateful.
But I feel like his suggestion was completely wrong and that I don't need to apologize, but I don't want to make things worse by not apologizing if I did do something wrong. So, aita?
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