Post # 32
@An_idiot_a_bride: So the same BMs who were calling her out for her bad behavior are not agreeing with her?
Time for new friends.
You can have a great wedding without them. You can have your mother’s stand at the alter as you marry, I’ve heard of that here on the Bee before.
Do NOT let this damper your love and your special day!!!!!
Post # 33
@An_idiot_a_bride: I agree with @LuvMySailor:
. It hurts at the moment but in the long run you are better off without her. If your other “friends” side with her, then you are better off without them too. Your true friends will see through it – I mean, really, surely some of them remember her getting drunk and mouthing off at your birthday.
It’s put a “cloud” (as you put it) for the moment, but you will be so much better off without them negativity dragging you down. Well done for dumping for her! You can always have relatives for bridesmaids, or just a very small bridal party.
Post # 34
Why in he’ll did she accept to be in youstr bridal party if she had she beef with you?
Obviously she needs to gain some maturity and if your other bridesmaid are not woman enough to talk to you about it and get the real facts then they are no better.
If that supposed friend is mad to you about something that happened a month ago and was not able to find time to talk about her feeling then it’s a lost cause. She will Never make time to maintain a friendship with you, it’s pretty evident she’s not invested.
If a bridesmaid would bad mouthed me to the other females in my bridal party,sh*t would hit the fan, be dropped and talk right there and then on the spot. And I would get rid of the b**checause she wouldn’t be worth the stress. If other bridesmaid want to follow her there more than Welcome And I would be grateful because it’s in time like these that you see the true color of the people you know.