Post # 1
Lets say you have a very immediate family member who is extremely bad behavied. And you were getting married, and felt obligated to invite them or else the family would cause extreme drama over it. Lets say you and this person DID NOT get along. And once this person knew they weren’t the maid of honor, they pretty much lost it. (Funny party is that this person and you don’t get along on any level, but the family member figured she’d be the Maid/Matron of Honor anyway)
So, the wedding comes, and this person makes every effort into ruining your day. She starts a very bad verbal fight, she throws her drink at a bridesmaid, and maybe even throws food at guests. Remember, this person is purposely trying to ruin your wedding as revenge for not being in the wedding.
Would you let them win by feeling like they ruined your wedding, or what?
(I’m so worried someone is going to do this to someone very close to me. I’m hoping she’ll see sence and not invite her, but I’m pretty sure either way this person will do anything in their power to destory her day. She already hired security btw. But I don’t want her to feel like her wedding was ruined. And I’m 100% serious when I say this person will do anything to hurt her.)
Post # 3
I really would have the security and police take care of it and wouldn’t think about it again…
I might laugh about some parts later.. like seeing her being escorted away.. but otherwise I’d let it go. lol
Post # 4
It is your day, you are marrying the love of your life and best friend, nothing could possibley ruin that day Good luck!
Post # 5
Drug her and keep her in a closet all day?
If it were me, I would warn her that if she plans on acting a fool, then security will throw her out. Even if she made a scene, my day wouldn’t be ruined. Everyone would just see her as the crazy bitch she is. (I have a crazy cousin, so I know how you feel)
Post # 6
Well, once this person was removed, because you can bet the instant she did anything she would be GONE, I wouldn’t care. I would look at the staring guests and say “And there you have my darling _________ people.” in a slightly condescending tone. Then I would shrug and smile and guest would take the cue to move on from the incident as well.
Post # 7
I have an Aunt who doesn’t get along with my father, her brother. She wont throw food at people…lol….but she will be drunk and probably say something. I have a bouncer/bridesmaid who has experience roughing people up. She has been contracted to handle it.
Post # 8
i was told i had to incite my cousin and aunt or else my grandma wouldnt come. seriously they the snobbiest most backstabbing women i have ever met. they dont know how to let things from the past go. they bring it up every family get together and it always creates drama and ruins the family get together. since i have to invite them in order to get my grandma to come i plan on haveing my cop friends at her table with strict orders to drag them out when they start getting excessive.
Post # 9
I am preparing for the drama at my reception too. Most of our guests are in law enforcement, and several have offered to handle any “situations” that arise. I am practicing what to say after someone starts mess and gets escorted out. “At least noone will forget our wedding!” Then laugh it off and call for a refill of my drink! I’m not gonna let FI’s bat-shit crazy relatives ruin our day!!!