(Closed) Dadzilla stories!

posted 9 years ago in Family
Post # 3
302 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Future Father-In-Law was a bit bossy about the Rehearsal Dinner.  I’m still not over it, so I can’t even elaborate. 

Post # 4
596 posts
Busy bee

Yogigal, I feel your pain!  My Father-In-Law was pretty set on doing things his way for the wedding.  It made things a bit stressful for awhile but now that the wedding is over, things have settled down and everything is okay.  Hang in there!

Post # 5
440 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

For my sister’s wedding my dad pulled up about 4 acres of grass 1 month before the wedding because the grass was not green enough. Then in the middle of the night he, my Brother-In-Law, sister, and I hand laid brand new sod. My sister sat in the house hysterically crying because the previously fine grassy lawn had been reduced to a field of dirt in a matter of hours. But it worked out okay because the sod grew rapidly (thanks to industrial fertilizers) and looked great for the wedding. The day before the wedding it rained and my dad took his shop vacuum and vacuumed the water out of the lawn so that it would dry faster and not turn the grass brown. 

My dad also replanted every plant in the garden to be pink since her colors were white and pink.

Unfortunately my colors are brown and gold with red flowers. So he is replanting. again. 

Post # 6
359 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

@laural – Wow! That’s hilarious, but also he must really care about you guys to go through all that hardwork and trouble to make your wedding look beautiful. I would consider you and your sister very lucky daughters!

Post # 8
6009 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

My dad, Future Father-In-Law, and Fi went to Men’s Wearhouse together to try on tuxes.  Apparently, the saleswoman was very rude and told my dad that brown and blue don’t go together.  (I was a little surprised by this, since those are my wedding colors!)  When she told him she would not let him try on a brown tux with a blue tie, my dad just walked out.  I guess my Future Father-In-Law stayed to ream the saleslady though.    He called her some names, made some empty threats and got thrown out of the mall.

Post # 9
5271 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

My Future Father-In-Law has been trying to control everything, he asks more questions about the wedding plans then my own mother. He booked the "rehearsal dinner" without asking me or including me on that decision at all…it was one of those btw we are doing it here situations. Then he offered to give us a $1000 "gift" (he said he was giving it for us to use as we wish) for the wedding, but then said he wanted us to serve BBQ and when we asked if he would be open to something else, he took the "gift" back. Then he called my parents and left a message asking them why they arn’t paying for the wedding! Even though he knows my mom lost her job & my family tradition is to have padrinos (family sponsors) but even though he knew A) my parents are broke and B) its not our tradition that the brides family pays for everything; he still called and just claimed that he was shocked that they hadn’t saved for their daughters wedding and flat out ask them "why arn’t you paying for the wedding." Needless to say he has caused alot of drama and is a total dadzilla LOL 🙂

Post # 10
2324 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

@Laural…ok, while it’s a bit crazy, that made me tear up! My husband would totally do that for our daughter. He’s such a good girl daddy. That was super sweet, but I can just see y’all outside in the middle of the night. LOL Too funny!

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