Post # 1
We had my FI’s extended family holiday this past weekend….it was awful! This great grandmother who is 96 years old complained of where we were going to have everything…which it is a sort of a destination wedding because everyone seemed to be fighting to have it out their turf. One of the aunt was appaled that the Maids were not planning a bridal shower…which isnt really important to me. The Ring Bearers mother was just a B—- when were were talking about how casual we were planning things to be…which we are totally prepared to buy the little man’s shirt and tie so there isnt a big ordeal.
I am kinda feeling like what the heck else can they not like!
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@faeriegirl05: Just don’t discuss the wedding with them. Then they have nothing to judge!
Post # 4
Who cares what they like or don’t like. Is it their wedding? No. People love to complain though so there is no avoiding these ppl from constant nagging, but in the end it isn’t their day so forget about their concerns!
Post # 5
Keep your head up. I got married 6 months ago and had similiar things happen with my in-laws and friends. In the end, everyone loved it and had a good time. I agree with the other bees, just don’t talk about it with them. I will never understand how people feel like they have the right to scoff at the ideas of another woman’s wedding. It’s like do they not think about how they would feel if someone shot down all of their ideas for their weedings? I think not. People can be so insensitive sometimes. In the end, plan the wedding YOU want. The people who matter the most to you will be there with smiles on their faces.
Post # 6
Everyone’s going to have their own unwelcomed opinion of everything you plan or do. Keep the conversations forcused on anything but the wedding; chin up!