Post # 17
OK, I texted her an apology. I know, I know, I am LOW. I am just a scared little baby when it comes down to it, but I wanted to get the words out there. I just started getting really shaky and scared when I was about to call her. When I am out reporting, or back when I was waiting tables I can go into character, but ask me to talk to someone I am scared to talk to in REAL life and I freeze! AHH!
Post # 18
Yea thats what happened with me. My Maid/Matron of Honor spoke with my bridesmaid to feel her out because she was not apart of anything and was being really shaddy. I am the one who booted her out but THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH HAVING SOMEONE FEEL HER OUT FOR YOU
Now you know she wants out and it seems like you want nothing to do with her anyway. My question is did your friend tell her to step down? You said your bridesmaid said its better to move on without her… so what exactly was said to the one you wanted out? My opinion is if you want to keep a relationship intact but want them out of the bridal party you have to talk with them. Be honest.
If you dont care about this person well seems your actions have already shown you dont care… so techincally it doesnt matter how you do it i guess.
Hope it works out and feelings can be salvaged!
Post # 19
I don’t think it was so bad. Sounds like you all aren’t that close and you have no ties to each other anymore. I don’t think what you did was bridezilla like at all!
Post # 20
I think calling would have been the better way to go but texting is better than nothing. At least you have made the move to apologize and if she wants to discuss it further she will reach out to you.
Post # 21
I feel so much better after apologizing. I still feel like it was handled wrong, but we both agreed that we still like each other as people and it made sense just wasnt handled correctly.
Sigh– Still tense, but feel better.