(Closed) From a petite bride…

posted 7 years ago in Full Figured
Post # 3
3624 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Not sure about the first one.

As for the second, I would politely tell her that they’re your friends, you love them exactly the way they are so you’re not worried about it, you think they look beautiful!

ETA: IF she continues, then I think you should just politely tell her to cut out the rude comments.

Post # 4
48 posts
  • Wedding: August 2012

Jeeze, looks like you are going to have your hands full with Future Mother-In-Law.  It’s not worth the fight.  No matter what you say, she’s is still going to be the same opinionated person she is and you do have to endure this torture until she meets her maker.  I’m sure there will be far more obnoxious things she will do in the future and I think you should choose your battles.  Don’t forget, but sit on it until she finally crosses a line of no return.

I work in the same building as my Future Mother-In-Law and she is a real piece of work.  I used to get super iritated at almost everything she says and does and then complain to FH.  Now, I just rock his world everytime I am angry at her and don’t say a word to him about her behavior.  There is nothing he can do, she raised him and he doesn’t even notice when she is being obnoxious.  He has a very stressful job, he loves me, and nothing else matters.  She can go kick rocks.

Oh, and good work with the dresses.  You did what you could and I would call Jcrew headquarters to complain. 

Post # 5
49 posts
  • Wedding: June 2011

I agree with calling JCrew headquarters and complaining. I’m a street size 14 and it happened to me both bridesmaid dress shopping for my sisters wedding and wedding dress shopping. I called and complained saying there is nothing they can do for me, I just don’t want it to happen to anyone else.

As for your Future Mother-In-Law, I would tell your friends to ignore her. If they are good friends, they’ll understand that you have their best interests in mind and that you don’t want to start something with your Future Mother-In-Law before the wedding even happens.

Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

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