(Closed) How to tell someone you NO LONGER want them in ur bridal party?

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
2006 posts
Buzzing bee

You need to sit down and talk to her before you automatically pull out of the friendship. Lying is never okay, but is there some sort of reason behind why she is doing it? I would nicely call her out on her lies and see what she has to say. There may be something going on that you don’t know about.

Post # 4
229 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Yes, I know from experience that a friend lying usually has nothing to do with your relationship but rather their own insecurities about themselves. Is she lying about major things that have to do with you and your relationship with her or is it more insignificant stuff like how much she paid for her fake chanel purse??! You know trivial stuff that’s so important to some people but in the end doesn’t really make or break a relationship.

Post # 5
435 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

A friend of mine was in a similar position and in the end she asked the Bridesmaid or Best Man to either step up and help out with the duties or let her know that she was no longer going to be able to continue in the role. The Bridesmaid or Best Man chose to step down. I think that if the friendship appears to be going sour it gives the Bridesmaid or Best Man a way to back out in a non-confrontational manner. If she’s being that catty, I think she will.

Post # 6
6597 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

I agree with Scribbles! I think you need to have a heart to heart with her and give her the opportunity to step down! Likely she feels the same way as you and will happily step down!

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