Post # 1
I really liked this post from Carolyn Hax’s online discussion today:
Weddings: I don’t mind whatever the bride and groom decide to do – if they’re casual be casual. But I had one wedding where the bride told guests to wear flip flops. That to me crossed the line – don’t tell me what shoes to wear.
For the record, I wore wedges.
Carolyn Hax: No no. Blown opportunity.
If this happens to anyone else: You wear flip-flops, and spell out B-R-I-D-E-Z-I-L-L-A on your toes.
Unless you write well upside down, have a friend do the pedicure.
I’m just full of practical advice today.
Just out of curiosity, what have been everyone else’s worst experiences with a Bridezilla? How did you handle it?
Post # 3
That’s hilarious. I have not had any major bridezilla experiences with my friends getting ready, so I guess I’m lucky. But I love watching the show and hearing about others’ experiences….
Post # 4
My future sister in law (my fiancé’s sister) wants me to wear brown and red (her wedding colors) to her wedding even though I’m not in it at all.
Post # 5
mandalynn, oh goodness. Is she perhaps trying to include you, or is she asking that of others too?
Post # 6
I haven’t attended the weddings of any bridezillas or people who made unreasonable demands. I’ve never been a bridesmaid, however, so maybe I have been spared some of the behind-the-scenes drama.
Post # 7
Luckily, I have been able to avoid these type if people, hopefully my luck isn’t running out.