(Closed) In trying not to be a Bridezilla…

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
128 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@MsGolightly:  its not me being a  bridezella iam worried about its the bridezella thats coming out in members of my family

Ie my mum…my nephew was attacked by a sheepdog and had to send 4 days in hosp and now has to get plastic surgery and physo ( he is super fine and very very lucky little boy). Did my mum ring to tell me (I live away from my family)??? No!!! But she did call to tell me the exact way she wants the mass programs as she has changed her mind about them again

For me the word bridezella is not the bride who cares about the details of her wedding. A bridezella is a girl who puts her wedding before everyone and everything with out taking others feelings into count 

Post # 4
2569 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

@MsGolightly:  That’s funny, I was just writing an email to my BMs to talk about dresses and I reread it and realized how completely wishy-washy I was being out of fear of being too demanding.  I think I used the expression “whichever you like best” or “what you prefer” like 18 times…

Post # 5
1032 posts
Bumble bee

I think a Bridezilla is someone who screams/yells/verbal attacks, gets angry quickly, and is overall disrespectful. I don’t think a Bridezilla is someone who has specific requests/wants.

My cousin is helping me out on my wedding day (a day-of coordinator wasn’t in our budget) so I’m going to gladly, politely, and happily show her how’d I’d like the centerpieces for the tables to be arranged, and how I’d like the candy table set up. Nothin’ Bridezilla about that 🙂 I’m going to stay calm and positive, however still being specific, thorough and serious.

It’s definitely the approach. I think Brizezillas are just people who cant handle pressure/stressful situations and probably go off on their friends/family members on all types on occasions. 

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