(Closed) Best friend VS Future husband……

posted 6 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
1361 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Maybe you should go pick up the dress instead of waiting for her to bring it to you?  I would say just let things cool off for a while because it sounds like your friend is being unreasonable (granted, I don’t know what they fought about), but some cooling off time might make her come to her senses.

Post # 4
989 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Just go to her and get your dress.  If she’s that mad at your Fiance, she probably doesn’t want to get anywhere near your house for the time being.

Post # 5
5977 posts
Bee Keeper

I think you need to give her a little bit of time. Your wedding isn’t until August, so it’s not like you need your dress right this second. Give her until the end of the week to calm down over all of this and then go and talk to her…in person. I’m not sure what was said, but it’s clearly enough to hurt her pretty badly. You have to let her get over this in her own time.

Post # 6
1627 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

People handle confrontation, anger, and hurt feelings differently, so maybe her response is to just give it time and ride it out.  However, if this was happening to me, I am not like that and need to fix things head on and would want to talk through it with her until it’s resolved. 

Either way, it may still take a bit of time for everything to get back to normal.  If apologies were given, there’s not much else to do at this time.

Maybe as PP suggested, go over to her house to get the dress, and have one of your craft nights there.  Then you can talk some more if appropriate and privately. I know when I’ve been hurt, sometimes I just need to talk through it a couple times, hear that other people support me and want me in their life (regardless if I was in the right or wrong).  Maybe she just needs reassurance as to why your Fiance said some of the things he did…even if he was out of line, there’s has to be some reasoning as to why he would say those things.  Was he frustrated with her about something else and it blew up when alcohol was involved, was he just saying thing b/c she was attacking him, etc.?

It may take a little time, but if she really is a best friend, she will move past the drunken fight, and be happy for your wedding.

Post # 8
2281 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I would go pick up the dress, and hug her and tell her you love her, and then let time take care of the rest.

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