(Closed) Warring MOH’s…oy! (and long)

posted 9 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

Hey there!  I was recently maid of honor in my brother’s wedding.  Which added a lot of different dynamics then I’ve been used to in other weddings.

 We had a bridesmaid that liked to stir the pot if you know what I mean.  So far as to tell the bride I called her bridezilla.  Truth of the matter the other girl did, I have the email to prove it.  We also had an issue with the parties. We were suppose to have the bach party at the bride’s friends place and that got moved 3 weeks before. 

My advice to you is, you shouldn’t be planning the parties they are being thrown in your honor.  Try to keep the peace as much as possible, it will be over before you know it and you don’t want to be upset during the whole process. 

 Good luck!

Post # 4
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62 posts
Worker bee

I agree, you have enough stress to deal with without worrying about planning events that are being thrown ‘for’ you. I say let them work it out as best they can and enjoy the result, it sounds like you will be pretty happy however it turns out. Yes, they will probably snark at each other, but it sounds as if they have pretty established feelings about one another so it’s not like a friendship is being lost.

Post # 5
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5399 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

You know, I was in your shoes with the sister and best friend in those same roles!  I also had problems with strong personalities, but I have to say, they never fought about a bridal shower or bachelorette party because they weren’t involved in the shower and my semi-bachelorette party was a pleasure party actually given by my flower girl’s mom.  Anyway, I think you should look at the bright side of things and feel special that they are fighting over you in a way!  As much as you can, just try to back out of things and tell them you would rather not be involved and let them hash all the details out between each other.  You have too much other stuff going on, so just try to forget about it and I’m sure they’ll make it work in the end.

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