(Closed) Bridezilla Moment #1

posted 10 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
141 posts
Blushing bee

If it’s making you cry, I’d discuss it.  Have these invitations actually gone out yet?

Post # 4
311 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

Added as in already told them they are invited or just put them on your tentative list?  If he just put them on a list, definitely talk to him about it and say how everyone is going to need to make a few cuts to keep the list at a reasonable number, would he consider cutting some of them.  It is certainly worth the discussion.

Post # 5
402 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

talk, talk, talk. find out why he added her. tell him how you feel. be logical though, not all emotional. sometimes guys miss the emotional stuff. come at him with the the per head cost, ect.

Post # 7
1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Totally worth discussing! You might be suprised at the outcome.

Post # 8
471 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Occasionally talking to each other through e-mails isn’t enough to be sending an invitation to someone but that is just in my experience and opinion.

The best way to cut people on the list is to think, "If I were to throw this party again in 20 years, would I still want or care for them to be there?". Pretend it were an anniversary party or a renewal of vows. Would you? That is the best way to do it and it really helped us cut people.



Post # 9
16 posts

My fi too had a female friend whom I really dislike due to her lifestyle, not meaning to judge her or so, but I know I am.  I told him how I felt about seeing her around because they have mutual friends and he was very understanding about it.  I think most guys are "generous" in the sense that they take things for what it is, as for we girls, we dig deeper into situations.  I’m sure if you talk to your Fi, he’ll understand and will make the best choice for the sake and happiness of the wedding day.  Wonders can happen through openness and honesty.  If he feels uncomfortable calling her up to uninvite her, he can just email her, since I assume that’s how they communicate.  Email also works best cuz it eliminates arkward silences.  Better yet, he can follow the new trend of just texting her…

No matter what, cheer up.  It’s your day and all the spotlight will be on you.  Dont let one girl ruin the best day of your life!!!  IF she must be there, just assign her to a seat that is WAY in the back corner where there’s no light.  THat way, you wont have to see her face :p

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