Post # 1
Well im not sure if yall remember, but a bridesmaid wasnt in my wedding bc she didnt get the dress in time… and she SHOWED UP TO MY WEDDING?!?!?!
i hadnt talked to her since we talked about her not being in the wedding annnnd…. i havent talked to her since the wedding. And… honestly? Besides thanking her for coming to the wedding i didnt talk to her at the wedding!
Anyways, i had to vent. I hate people sometimes and its crazy how wedding shows some peoples true colors.
Post # 3
🙁 I don’t know all the details, but it sounds to me like she was trying to maintain the friendship. Sometimes being a bridesmaid can be overwhelming, but it’s hard to say no when asked – or to admit to yourself that you’re in over your head.
Unless there was really a lot of drama over this, I really think you might consider putting it behind you and accepting the olive branch she extended by attending the wedding.
Post # 4
i agree with DD ((HUGS))…
Post # 5
what an awkward situation! I agree, maybe you guys should have a serious talk. Congrats on getting married!
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Post # 6
I think I have to agree with the others. She was trying to keep the relationship alive. The wedding I was in back in November we had a girl not be a BM the bride asked her to not be in the wedding any more because of her recent actions. The girl called the bride about two weeks after the wedding and told her that she was sorry that she couldn’t have been a better friend but that she had found out she was pregnant and the guy wasn’t wanting to stay in the relationship or be a father to the child. I’m not saying that this was a good reason to not be apart of wedding activities but I can see how she felt uncomfortable and upset with her own life.
I guess what I’m trying to say is give her some slack you just never know what is going on in someone’s life.
Post # 7
that takes some guts on her end. i’d give her some credit for that. did you have a seat for her?