Post # 16
She sounds like a crappy friend and you’re probably lucky to be rid of her. Maybe you WERE being a bridezilla (you didn’t discuss what she complained about), and maybe she had reasons to complain – but even so, she should have complained to you, not other people.
Be glad she’s out of the way and won’t ruin your wedding. If you don’t have time to replace her, that’s ok – it’s fine to have a different number of groomsmen than Bridesmaid or Best Man. If you can find a replacement that’s even better! Consider this a good learning experience- next time a friend runs her mouth off to friends, you need to sit down right away and deal with the problem right away. Maybe that would have prevented her being a massive jerk and talking about you with Lilly. Learn from this mistake and move on.
Post # 17
I’m 27 years old …. Yes this sounds dramatic as hell!!!!! I am at a loss for words THIS B###SH## shes not ruining my wedding i didnt mean it in that way im just emotional…
Post # 18
VintageGirl1020 : Stop giving her the power over how you feel. This is within your control.
Post # 19
julies1949 : Thanks julies I will try!
Post # 20
Good riddance to bad rubbish.
She isn’t ruining your wedding though, if anything, she’s done you a giant favor of having a stress free day without someone two faced in your pictures for years to come.
Wash your hands of her and move forward with excitement for your big day!
Post # 21
It’s for the best that she dropped out. The relationship has obviously turned very sour, why would you even want her up there with you? Can you honestly say you would have enjoyed her presence on the day? Been able to smile happily with her in photos? Doesn’t sound like it. Kick the drama to the curb and go ahead with your now less stressful wedding. She is not in any way ruining your wedding (yes she’s making things nasty now, but you don’t have to let thaat affect you on the day).
Post # 22
Gross. Thank goodness she’s gone. I hate that kind of stuff, rise above it and don’t get caught up in the frenzy.
Post # 23
I hope it’s not the same friend that brought her family to your bridal shower and stuck you with a $250 bill. Sounds like you need new friends.
Post # 24
- Wedding: June 2018 - Vineyard Lake
In reading through your previous posts (as a pp stated) you sound extremely high maintenance at the very least! I would even go so far as saying you have most likely been acting like a bridezilla!! You have had several problems with this bridesmaid, your sister, you no longer like the shape of your diamond (which you picked out), you don’t like how thick your band is…..my goodness!! Is there anything you DO actually like? Is there anyone left you haven’t argued with / wanted to kick out of the bridal party??
You may want to get yourself together & take a good, long, hard look at yourself & how you may have been contributing to all your problems before all your friends ghost you on your wedding day…
Post # 25
You are being so dramatic. You should have just dumped her the first time around.
Count your blessings she’s dropped out. Stop giving her so much energy, you’ve gotta bigger fish to fry.
Post # 26
Agreed you need to breathe and find perspective. But this “friend” sounds like a shit human being. Be glad she’s gone and not in all your wedding pics like PP said.
Post # 27
You are going to have a stroke before you are 30 if you don’t get a sense of perspective on life.
Post # 28
Do you REALLY want her in your wedding…? Sounds like it wouldn’t be a great vibe….
Post # 29
foxxysoxx : dude im not even talking about the same person this isn’t my sister im talking about and no one has a perfect conflict free wedding.. This friend has backstabbed me in the past and i am on weddingbee venting if you dont like my posts then you can ignore them if you’d like your not obilgated to comment on my threads and be snarky with me…