Post # 1
This is just for fun. It means, of all the weddings you have been a bridesmaid for, is the couple still together/married?
I am 1:1 myself. I was only in a wedding one time, as Maid/Matron of Honor. The couple is still together, 24 years later.
Post # 2
Same as you, I have only ever been in one wedding, as Maid/Matron of Honor, and the couple is still together 8 years later with a beautiful baby girl.
Post # 3
I am one for one with my sister in law. I hope to be in all my bridesmaids weddings!
Post # 6
Ehhhhh…. 5/7. Though, I kind of had an inkling that the two that failed would not work out, even before the wedding day.
Post # 8
I am bridesmaid kiss of death. I would not even ask me to help with a wedding.
Post # 10
I’m 2:2 – both couples are nearing 10 years and both have 2 kiddos.
Post # 11
Nope. 2 for 3.
I actually remember knowing the B&G would be getting divorced in the first wedding I was in… and they did. But, she’s happily married to a much better guy now so it worked out!
Post # 12
2/2 so far…but one was only 2.5 years ago (though they have a baby coming in April) and the other only 2.5 months ago! so we’ll see! but both couples definitley seem like they’re in it for the long haul.
on the other side of things, the wedding in which i was NOT asked to be a bridesmaid (long story – was one of my best friends and she just decided to ditch me – we’ve since made up) – that marriage is soon-to-be-divorced (they’re separated and dating other people now). so in my more vindictive moments, i like to think that if she HAD chosen me as a Bridesmaid or Best Man, they’d still be together lol
Post # 13
- Wedding: May 2016 - Sussex, UK
Ukulele4You: Lol. Did you have any inkling things wouldn’t work out before the weddings?
Post # 14
EllyAnne: Well, one of the grooms brothers said he was unable to make the wedding becasue he was a vampire and the wedding was during the day. That was a red flag.
Post # 15
- Wedding: April 2017 - City, State
0/1 but it wasn’t a surprise to anyone who knew the couple. They had major issues before getting married and much to their surprise, getting married didn’t solve a single one of those preexisting problems.