How would you handle this?

posted 3 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 2
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Buzzing Beekeeper

junebride62317 :  I’d just back off the friendship. Sounds like there’s not much there anyway. I doubt a conversation would make a difference. She’s being who she is, and I’d let her be that person, just without me as a friend. As for the invitation, see how you feel in a couple months. If you don’t invite her, it will probably be the nail in the coffin but it sounds like you’re probably ok with that.

Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Why does she want to be your bridesmaid so much? What is the relation/history with this woman? 

Do you value keeping her as a friend? If you don’t really, you can basically have a friend break-up (either by avoiding her or talking to her) and have her not come to your wedding. 

Post # 4
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Bumble bee

junebride62317 :  I think you should have a conversation with her now. She’s behaving completely inappropriately – no one should ever assume they’re going to be in a wedding or even invited, until they are. 

Does she feel a lot closer to you than you do to her? That’s the one thing I can think of, that it’s not so much about being a bridemaid but more that she realized that you two aren’t as close as she thought? 

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

junebride62317 :  

Take my advice, please don’t let someone come to you’re wedding after making comments like that. You’re day is about you & your SO. So please leave the rude drunk girl who likes to make passive aggresive comments at home.

Just don’t send and invitation; delete her from social media and enjoy you’re day!

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