(Closed) How do I tell this girl not to match my wedding party?! Help!

posted 11 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 77
211 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

I just wouldn’t respond to the email at all. With all of the planning, email can slip under the radar.

And definitely give your photographer a heads up. That is so weird. It’s almost like she’s forcing herself into the family.

Post # 78
875 posts
Busy bee

Just thought that your post was interesting and the last photo fascinating….  I’m surprised that the bride or the MOB didn’t make a comment about the fact that this girl was a friend of the family and not in the wedding party to the photographer.  I do think that while her dress seems to be extremely matchy.  It should also be noted that it’s also a common style in a plain color.  I think that if you go with a solid black, brown, or navy especially in a plain style.  There’s always a chance that a guest will match the bridal party. 

Post # 79
610 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I’m surprised that the bride didn’t say anything either…or that the photographer didn’t notice she didn’t have a boquet…however with a simple black dress like that it is really easy for anyone to match the bridal party. It’s just poor form to jump in the official pictures when you’re not part of the party.


So how did it turn out??? Did your Brother-In-Law g/f try to jump in????

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