Post # 1
But she is the only one I can think of to have in the bridal party.
I am having my 2 sisters and 2 brothers and 1 of my friends and 2 of his. Problem is I don’t have anyone to walk with one of my brothers. I can only think of having FSIL. I don’t totally hate her, however… She doesn’t really follow WHAT I WANT, and she will try to stand out in some way (shoes, hairdo, etc) ugh.
Post # 3
I maybe in an “uneven” situation too! I did a bunch of googling and feel alot better about it. I mnay decide to send everyone down the aisle indvidually so it isn’t as noticeable! If you feel uncomfortable with her in your wedding party, it certainly isn’t worth it!
Post # 4
If you really don’t want her, don’t invite her.
That said, perhaps it could be a chance for the two of you to spend some time together and build a better relationship.
Post # 5
@peachbaby4008: To begin with I think that you shouldn’t be worried about having an even number of guys & girls. Your bridal party is about including your nearest & dearest and sometimes that doesn’t balance out to even numbers. That said, I think it would be a lovely gesture to include your future SIL in the bridal party since she is becoming your family. i don’t see how she could make herself stand out so much from the other ladies if you select the gowns they wear and Instruct them what color shoes to buy. As far as hair goes, if you are all getting your hair done together just implement the “no one can have the same style as me” rule. If she tries to be über differment to intentionally stand out she will only make herself look bad.