Post # 1
Greetings Weddingbee.com vistors,
I am the mother of a very lovely young woman that is about to marry the love of her life and best friend for the past 10 years.
Unfortunately, one of her bridesmaids was asked to leave the wedding party due to some harsh names that she called my daughter.
There is actually another post on this web site entiled ” I was asked to leave her wedding because of the way I look” or something like that. It is unfortunate that this person has only told you half of the story and it really bothers me that she quoted me wrong. Now I understand what my daughter was talking about. I am not going to post the whole drawn out tired story, but I wanted to clear up a couple of things. I told her that I would pay for her shoes and dress out of kindness, but when she sent me an inappropriate text message I decided that I had no obligation to pay for them. She does not know when to stop with her insults and slandering my daughters name. It is exactly that Slander and I have contacted my lawyer to follow through if it does not stop.
I did try to get her and my daughter together to clear things up, but the bridesmaid refused for good reason and yes I agreed that they needed more time to clear there heads. During that first and only phone call that I had with her she preceded to call my daughter names and I learned that she continued to make inappropriate posts on face book after our conversation. Now let me ask you would you want someone like this to stand up in your wedding?
Later that night, my daughter spoke with the bridesmaid and the bridesmaid call her a ” CUNT”. excuss my language but it even upsets my stomach having to type such a terrible word.
Now again would you let her stand up in your wedding on your special day?
So it might of started about hair, but my daughter was going to try and work it out even knowing her bridesmaid was lying the whole time and only was telling half truths. The real reason is that the harsh words that she was called was the deciding factor and the continued facebook post that did it.
So to that bridesmaid, my advice to you is to grow up, and realize that it is not only about you, except on your special day if that day comes for you.
Post # 3
Every story always has two sides and somewhere in the middle is the truth.
I suggest you focus on your daughter’s wedding and don’t stoop to following drama online. Your daughter is an adult, she can fight her own battles.
Frankly, your post sounds a little crazy, give it up, move on and focus on what’s important.
Post # 4
You’re really continuing on this drama on the internet at your age? Who needs to grow up here?
Wow. I’m a Mom too, but stopped fighting my daughters’ battles when they were about 7.
Post # 5
@PinkPinstripes: That is exactly what I intend to do.
Post # 6
Is this really necessary? I have to agree with PPs, this just makes you look crazy.
Post # 7
Thanks for your post, my daughter did fight her own battle, but when you love someone as much as I love my daughter you would do the same especially when it is all lies.
I feel sorry for your daughter knowing that she does not have anyone in there corner.
Post # 8
You have it wrong, not crazy just caring.
Post # 9
I understand you wanting to clear your daughters name in whatever way you can (my mom would do the same thing!) But don’t worry, just forget that girl, make sure that she doesn’t harass your daughter anymore and take it up with her irl. None of us here know either girl…if that bridesmaid wants to be childish on the internet just let her, she can try to get sympathy all she wants but it won’t solve her problems. Focus on your daughters wedding and forget the negativity 🙂
Post # 10
Slander? Seriously? Ohhhhhkay……..
Post # 11
Mom, I think it’s time you let your daughter and her friends figure these things out on their own. I feel like most of us had to do that sometime around elementary school. Put the frivilous lawsuit threats away and focus on a day of happiness and adulthood.
Post # 12
“I did try to get her and my daughter together to clear things up, but the bridesmaid refused for good reason and yes I agreed that they needed more time to clear there heads.”
“So it might of started about hair, but my daughter was going to try and work it out even knowing her bridesmaid was lying the whole time and only was telling half truths. “
So you are acknowledging that this whole mess is because the bride was anal about the hair of one bridesmaid and that you actually understood where the bridesmaid was coming from.
Im sorry, but seriously this is something that needs to be handled in real life by your daughter, not her mother. And insulting another person’s mothering in your second to last comment on this thread just pretty much earned a flag from me. Thats not incredibly grown up to say something like that to another mother at all.
Your daughter started this whole thing about hair. I think a change in perspective is in order here.
Post # 13
@KatyElle: +1….it is not slander, she never even mentioned your daughter’s name…btw your text message to her which stated that your agreement was only verbal, just made it a written agreement! Either way, the fact that you are on here shows extraordinary pettiness and I am sure is not going to do anything to add to your daughter’s happiness on her big day.
Post # 14
“So to that bridesmaid, my advice to you is to grow up“
Someone needs to take their own advice.
Post # 15
Did she call her that name before or after she demanded her bridesmaid not cut her hair?