Post # 17
@misss0901: Personally, I think you’re doing the right thing not having her in the wedding party. Weddings are stressful enough without having clueless, grudge-holding and drama-prone people standing up with you. However if she’s upset not being included and you still want her around, perhaps you could give her some other less important role in the day like an usher, announcer or reader. That way she’s still part of the day and it gives her less time to sulk.
Post # 18
Yea, she is coming to the wedding… as of now. I can’t imagine her not coming to the wedding though at this point, nothing suprises me.
To be honest, I’m done. I’m inviting her and her family out of formality. My fiance told me tonight that he wants her and her family seated as far away as possible, he doesn’t want to see her in front of him at the reception. I had dinner with a mutual ex-best friend of hers (who has put up with a TON of bs that this friend has done to her over the past ten years, she’s finally done), and she told me over the years a bunch of different times that this “friend” of ours had talked shit about me. At this point, I’m actually VERY happy that she is not a bridesmaid. I don’t even gives a rat’s behind anymore if she even comes to the wedding.
Post # 19
- Wedding: July 2014 - Prague
@misss0901: ANyone who would sit at someone’s wedding with earbuds and their cell phone is beyond immature. I wouldn’t consider that person anyway, as obviously she wouldn’t have any problem acting like a total brat if, for example, she didn’t get her way about a Bridesmaid or Best Man dress. Who needs that drama?
I’d actually have said something to her about her behavior at your friend’s wedding. She sounds very embarrassing.
Sorry to be so harsh. It’s early in the morning and I haven’t had my coffee.