(Closed) MOH Troubles…

posted 10 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
11 posts
  • Wedding: September 2018

if you never asked her, don’t worry so much.  She’s obviously not interested, has other priorities, and isn’t making your life any easier (like a good MOH should).  I would either ignore her (she’s apparently trying to bow out anyways), or if you want a confrontation, just say something like "I appreciated your help when I got engaged. I just wanted to thank you again, and let you know that I understand you have a lot on your plate, and other priorities right now, so I won’t bother you for any more help,etc"

Post # 4
22 posts

Miss shortcake’s wording for how to tie up the relationship is awesome. 


I would say though that if you kind of mentioned her being your MOH, and then never followed thru with actually asking her, her attitude may be because she is hurt that you didn’t.  Either way, a true friend would have said something and your MOH should be someone who will always be in your life. Send the note Miss Shortcake suggested and re-evaluate your wedding party choices. Maybe you can rebuild your friendship outside of the wedding.



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