Forget about release the kraken, release the bridezilla!

posted 3 years ago in Destination Weddings
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Worker bee

I’m so sorry you’re going through this! The fun part about not being a bridezilla the entire time is that now you have open license to go absolutely apeshit. 

Get all of your ducks in a row, as in, everything you and the original travel agent agreed to, in writing. Collect your thoughts, take a deep breath, and talk to her about it. Be firm! This is your wedding, you’ve invested time and money into this and it’s one of the most important days of your life (and by you I mean you, your fiance, family, friends, etc). If she can’t perform and do what she says she’s doing, then you will have to go elsewhere. Tell her that. You paid for a service and that service is not being completed. I know it’s so hard to do, but it will be a weight off of your shoulders. It may feel overwhelming, that you might have to start from scratch, but you won’t–you have all of the info you’ve already drawn up with the previous travel agent, so you can use that as a framework to fix the problem. 

Do you have any bridesmaids, friends, etc. who would be able to help you? I dislike confrontation, but some of my friends love to make those kinds of phone calls and have offered to help track people down who haven’t RSVP’d, etc., so it’s worth a shot to take someone up on the offer if they ask.

Good luck! 

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