Post # 1
- Wedding: May 2018 - Coyaba Resort, Montego Bay
I am so not even close to a bridezilla, but I admit there are a couple of things that I feel somewhat strongly about for the wedding
I am 6′ tall and Mr. Quiche is just over 6′. I plan on wearing small, kitten heels so that I don’t tower over him. Sister Quiche is just a bit shorter than me, but has a penchant for heels – I don’t want her to be taller than me! Is that strange?
My other pet peeve is tan lines. As in, I HATE them. A halter tan line with a strapless dress? Yikes!! Is there even a way to subtly hint about this to my bridesmaids? I mean, they all know me very well & know that I loathe tan lines…but I’m sure some of them aren’t nearly as OCD as me (& thank God!).
Have you had any bridezilla demands? Come on, we won’t judge! Let us know what they are!
Post # 3
Hi Miss Quiche – It’s a little hard to read with the styling. Mind reposting?
Post # 5
I want to have my doggie with me in the bridal suite, so I guess that could be a little bridezilla-ish. Otherwise, I can’t really think of any. I’m sure that the occasional moment will pop up where I want my way (doesn’t it happen to everyone?), though. I think the difference in Bridezillas and non-bridezillas is in how you respond to your "MY WAY!" moments. 🙂
Post # 6
My Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses were SO EXPENSIVE and I had a total bridezilla moment when I chose them to the effect of it’s my day they will wear what I choose. I now feel wildly guilty about it (and still shamefully L-O-V-E the dresses I chose)
Post # 7
Eeek Ireighard… Are the girls OK? You might want to offer to offset the cost of their dresses with your own money.
Post # 8
- Wedding: March 2009 - Beach Social Hall
I do have a few photographs that I definitely want captured, and I will be setting up the venue so that it is the way that I want it.
Post # 9
I could use a little sprinkle of Bridezilla, I tell ya! We are both so go with the flow that one of us could really stand to be a little more picky. When it comes time to make decisions we’re always like,
"What do you want to do?"
"It doesn’t matter to me, what do YOU want to do?"
"Well I don’t care so you pick."
"I picked last time. It’s your turn."
"Just PICK SOMETHING, ALREADY."
"I picked last time, IT’S YOUR TURN."
Post # 10
@ Quiche: Why don’t you buy your girls flats or kitten-heels to wear? Or flip-flops? Problem solved and nobody will realize your "interesting" requests for the height arrangements.
Post # 11
i wasn’t bridezilla-y but i am experiencing a slight bout of MOH-zilla right now
Post # 12
Saramari- were you listening to our last wedding conversation over here? That sounds like us!
Post # 13
I hate tan lines too and would ask my photog to edit out the tanlines if there were any in my pictures. Nothing irks me more than a strapless dress on a girl with tan lines – it looks like the dress has straps! Eeek. I actually decided to not have any bridesmaids because I didn’t want to go bridezilla on them (and because I don’t have anyone in mind for ‘maids ).
I haven’t had a bridezilla attack yet, but I’m about to if our caterer doesn’t call me back soon! Argh!
Luckily everyone is letting us do our own thing without too much input, except my Future Mother-In-Law doesn’t want me to wear sneakers instead of "pretty shoes" (my dress is short so everyone will see them) but I comprimised and I’m wearing "pretty shoes" for the ceremony and awesome star studded sneakers for the reception! 😀
Post # 14
so..my fiance’s cousin is a bakery manager and is doing our cake free… but as much as im glad she is helping out she wants to put this ugly flower design ALL OVER the cake and our wedding is a park wedding with BBQ. i dont want flowery..i hate flowery.. i want something simple and she wont listen no matter how nice and clear i make it.. the first picture is a lot like the flower design she wants to put on it and the 2nd one is more how i want it but with no flowers and small pearl like dots all over.
Post # 15
I think the only thing I’m a little bridezilla-ish about is the food.. Mr Techie and I are total foodies and really want a sit-down, multicourse dinner with all the trendy and elegant trimmings we can think of. That’s why we opted to go with a restaurant venue instead of a hall. I swear, I’d get married in my PJs if it meant the food was flawless!!
Post # 16
I am trying my best not to be a bridezilla – I feel like I’ll start writing emails to the wedding party, then I’ll stop, reread, and make sure that it doesn’t sound demanding. Most of it is just informative, but I know people hate receiving emails about wedding stuff sometimes. I will be Bridezilla if people aren’t on time though!