(Closed) What to do?

posted 4 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
Member
407 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@Niki12310:  Really?  How close are they to you?  This seems crazy to me, I so sorry they aren’t speaking to you.  I really don’t know what advice to give you, having people shut you off is really hard to overcome sometimes.  How do the rest of your bridesmaids feel?  Have they said anything to you?

Post # 5
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59 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

It’s too bad that they are acting this way.  They need to realize that this isn’t supposed to be all about them.  It’s wonderful that they really got into planning a bachelorette party but they need to keep in mind other peoples budget,  especially the bride.  I would try and meet up with them for dinner and drinks and discuss everything.  If they are still being rude and choosing not to care how you are feeling you may just need to part ways.  Just my opinion.  I hope it all works itself out and your next couple of months go by stress free.

Post # 7
Member
407 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@Niki12310:  AH!  Well in this case, your MOH trumps them in this.  Directing the planning for that particular shindig is supposed to be the MOH responsibility with the other bridesmaids helping her out.  I think they’ve already overstepped the line in this case. 

 

My daughter is technically my maid of honor, but because of her age one of my other bridesmaids is taking on all of those responsibilities.  We’ve had a conversation about this, and she’s fine with it.  I will, however, make sure the gift I find for her is as badass as possible, just like her.

Post # 9
Member
245 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

That seems absurd. I can’t believe that they aren’t speaking to you. I definitely agree with above, this is NOT okay. Call them both, and set up a date and time to get together. Plan out what you are going to say, even think about althernatives and places for this to happen. Remember this is YOUR wedding and YOUR day. So definitely get YOUR point across to them. Them being your friends should be faithful to you and understand everything you have to say. Hopefully it will work out! Best of luck!

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