(Closed) Bridal party regrets.

posted 9 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
4334 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

sorry, but it’s incredibly rude to “uninvite” someone in your wedding party (unless MAYBE they’ve done something horrendous like sleeping with the groom… 😉 )

Word to the wise… don’t ask people to be in your wedding party til MAXIMUM a year before the wedding…

Post # 4
4885 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Holy WOW you asked your people early.  I’m getting married in May and I’m not asking anyone until next month at the very earliest.

I think this is a very difficult situation to deal with but just give it time.  Maybe the people you chose will end up being the right choices in the end.

Post # 5
27 posts
  • Wedding: September 2011

We had to uninvite someone due to a bridesmaid backing out … Just explain to them thats your not as close anymore… Its your wedding I know its kind of a hard decision, but if your not happy with it then thats what you should do.

Post # 6
1962 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

You still have a long way to go until your wedding.  Things can change a lot in a little over a year.  Do you still want to be close to these BMs? If you do then you have plenty of time to work on your relationships. 

I think it is rude to just uninvite them. If you have no intention of keeping these ladies as close friends maybe you could find a way to talk to them.  Perhaps in a few months you could say something along the lines of “I know I asked you very early to be a bridesmaid and we haven’t been as close as we used to be lately.  I wanted to know if you were still interested in honoring me as a bridesmaid.” That way you could get an understanding of how they feel about the situation without forcing them out of the wedding. Maybe these ladies will still want to salvage their relationship with you.

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