Post # 1
My Flower Girl is the daughter of one of my BM’s. She (the FG) was also the Flower Girl at my friends wedding. At BM’s wedding Flower Girl wore a tiara. I spoke with friend (my BM) recently and she wants Flower Girl to wear the tiara to MY wedding.
I’m very anti-tiara (sorry, just don’t like them). Does telling her “no” to the tiara make me a ‘zilla?
Post # 3
Nope. Just say it doesn’t fit in with the look of the wedding.
Could she wear a cute flower or bow headband or have a great hairstyle? That might make up for it!
Post # 4
Your wedding, your attire. The Flower Girl can wear a tiara at her birthday party if she loves them. That’s the way it goes.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2009 - Barr Mansion
Not at all! It’s your wedding, you get to tell her what to wear!
Post # 6
how old is the FG? no you are not a b’zilla but when it comes to kiddies and their ability to have hissy fits plus thier over precious mommies i wouldnt stand my ground too much. what about a headpiece with flowers instead?
Post # 7
She’ll be 8 at the time of the wedding. I actually have a hair flower already picked out for her that I want her to wear.
Post # 8
Nope, not a bridezilla. I think telling her Mom “not the look I’m going for, how about this little number?” would go over just fine.
Post # 9
Nope, not a bridezilla if you suggest something in a nice way. It’s all about how you bring it up. I would mention that you already have the hair accesory for her and that you feel like it would be more fitting with your theme and look.
Post # 10
pfffttt – shes 8! then she is old enough to be told what to wear and suck it up – if she was 3 i would let her have the tiara but 8, nope – youve got her some lovely flowers for her to wear in her hair and i thats fine
Post # 11
8 seems a little old for a tiara anyway. Tell her what you want–it’s your wedding! (plus a flower is totally adorable!)
Post # 12
I don’t think it makes you a bridezilla. But I personally don’t have such a strong reaction to tiaras. Actually, I really don’t like them either but I wouldn’t ask her not to wear it. If this has potential to cause tension or a fight, I’d try to let it slide.
Post # 13
If it’s something that makes you gag, then tell her no. It doesn’t make you a bridezilla, it just means you have a vision you want to follow. (It’s possible she just wants more use out of the tiara.)
Post # 14
maybe she could wear it after photos at the reception?
Post # 15
Does the little girl want to wear the tiara? Or does her mother want her to wear the tiara? If this was something that the little girl had her heart set on wearing, I’d probably just let it go.
Post # 16
No way- your wedding, your decision!