Q: “I planned a wedding where a friend of the bride was starting a dessert business. The bride wanted to give [her friend] the opportunity to showcase her desserts. I treated the vendor like any industry professional. . .On the wedding day, she arrived at the wrong location. At setup, she was a bit ‘snippy.’ Her setup was nice and her desserts were delicious! Towards the end of the reception, she wanted to strike the station, but there was still nearly an hour to go. When I informed her of this, she said I provided her with the wrong end time and continued to argue. I chose to walk away, and double-checked my timeline, which confirmed that the correct time was noted…The day after the wedding, the bride thanked me, saying her wedding was perfect, and everyone loved the desserts. I [agreed]. Should I have told the bride the truth or lied and said [her friend] did a good job and just not work with [that vendor] again?” 

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