Susan and the Carmichaels were strongly against going to the wedding at all.
"I'd rather go to the pictures," said Midge at breakfast that morning.
"Dressing up on a Saturday!" said Bill.
"Weddings make me cry," said Charlotte. "But not Selina's."
"Do we have to go?" Midge muttered.
"Well of course," said Aunt Lucy firmly. "We were invited. We accepted. Naturally we must go. Besides," she added unwisely, "you'll enjoy it."
From SUSAN MUDDLES THROUGH, Chapter 1, The Wedding.