He's actually one of the least controlling and most compromising people I've ever known. We have one of those "you cook, I do the dishes" dynamics. The thing is, when we first got engaged, he didn't really care about the wedding, just the getting married part, and was of the "I don't care if we get married in sweat pants at a courthouse, I just want to get it done" mentality at first. So, when I pitched the venue, he had no objections because he originally didn't give a shit either way. As time went by, his perspective changed, though. Now he wants it to be this super romantic, special thing and he feels like he can't have that same magical feeling at Disney Land. He said it can still be fairy tale themed, though, and the kind of venues he wants to look at certainly are good for it, like the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. It just makes me a little sad because I'm a gigantic faggot who has wanted my wedding to be at Sleeping Beauty Castle since I first found out that was a thing you could do, before I even met him. Honestly, even though I'm not super happy about the venue change, I like that he's now an active part of the planning and wants it to be super special for himself as well as me, instead of his original "idgaf, do whatever you want" attitude.
>Being a spoiled brat is sort of an indication that she's not ready to marry.
I don't see how I'm a spoiled brat who isn't ready to get married, because I'm voicing my frustration that my fiance decided against the venue we agreed on months after planning. Yes, I did indeed ask him, not sure why you're assuming I didn't. He didn't show any hesitation or being remotely against it. I just asked him where he wanted the venue and he had no preference, so asked if he'd be fine with Disney Land and he said yes.