- 10 years ago
- Wedding: August 2008
Okay – Former Maid/Matron of Honor vent but I just have to let this out. And I want to know what you think about something at the end….
As most of you know I booted my Maid/Matron of Honor a month or two after getting engaged for several reasons. All of which revolved around not being able to afford it and she woulnd’t cometo any showerseither because she wasn’t buying me 3 gifts I didn’t need. Like I ever wanted one, I just wanted her to be there – you know?
Well, she had a bag left here from when we were still speaking so Mr S offered to drop it off at her place. She flipped because it wasn’t like in the next 12 hours, it was going to be in 2 days and she screamed that she was leaving for vacation on wednesday and needed it NOW.
So he dropped everything to get it to her.
Come to find out not only is she actually not vacationing until the 19th of March, but a mutual friend of ours was going to go on vacation with her and her fam and when she had to back out because she’s planning her wedding as well and money is tight my former Maid/Matron of Honor offered to pay her airfare!!!!
What happened to being so broke you coulnd’t even come to a wedding shower?
So my questions are this.
#1 I’m trying really hard to keep my guest list from going more out of control then it already is. I have former Maid/Matron of Honor still on this lsst, but kinda as a "back up" in case some miracle happened and we ended up talking.
There are people I would much rather have on my list and invite then her (even just keping her ‘b’ listed if you will) – would you just remove her, her parents and sister/BIL all together. 6 moths to go and there’s no attempt at polite conversation or apologies from her for her beahavior or demanding ways.
#2 And lastly, I’ll be attending our mututal friends wedding that she is in as well – but will more then likely have to sit at the same table as former MOH’s mom, dad, brother, sister and their fams….I’m really worried about being confronted by all this at a wedding. I don’t want to have anything happen on my friends big day – suggestions?
They are a very confrontational family so contacting them to talk even though I’ve known the forever, will only resutl in more arguments.