- 6 years ago
People grow apart, it’s life. It’s not like you won’t invite her to your wedding, but I think that based on your differences, that you should just tell her that you think it’s best that she just come as a guest. What’s the worst that can happen? She doesn’t come? Sorry, but she doesn’t seem like a great friend now, so if she does that, then all that will come of it is that you know for sure that she isnt.
Having a great friend close by that can help you (and wants to help you) seems more important. Who cares how long you have known her? Remember quality over quantity..
You want someone who backs you 200% right next to you on wedding day. If someone is going to give you grief, not be involved, and be a reason for your stress and possibly unhappiness on your WEDDING DAY, she isn’t worth it. I’ve experienced growing apart from a lifelong friend, not knowing how to comprend it- it’s not a great feeling, so I feel your pain on that. But I found that in focusing on the great people in your life instead of harping on the ones that cause stress/concern, will help immensely. They really are the ones that matter.