(Closed) My sister is depressing me *** Now I know where Bridezillas come from***

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 3
1363 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Do you mind sharing what she did to push you over the edge? (You don’t have to, only if you want to).

I guess I want you to make sure you are doing the right thing and won’t regret leaving your sister out. Many years from now, do you think you will regret it?

Post # 4
7300 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

What did she say/do? Why is the groomsmen pissed? Is it her boyfriend? Does your mother know how she has been acting?

Post # 5
4336 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

having uneven sides is not the end of the world! Don’t make your extra groomsman step down, and it’s fine to not get another bridesmaid!

but…in other news. gosh, that totally stinks. 🙁 so sorry to hear about that. I hope that you are somehow able to mend it with your sister! (maybe she comes around to her senses?)

Post # 6
3364 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

Gosh Im so sorry! Maybe its a bit of jealousy on her part? Sad how ugly she’s presented it! ((hugs))

I am having a similar ssue with a cousin of mine who was my Maid/Matron of Honor. We are the only two girl cousins on my mom’s (tiny/small) side of the family so it was always expected that we get along and “play nice.” But our mother’s are VERY different. Mine is Conservative Christian, my Aunt Hippie-Agnostic? I dont know. I was taught to conduct myself with the utmost respect, and the same goes for my peers/elders/etc. Was always taught manners. My cousin on the other hand, curses (not that I dont on ocassion, I just know the time and place) more than a sailor and usually considers everyone “rude, stupid, an idiot, etc”. But my cousin finally pushed me over the edge by publically attempting to humiliate me in a DB store. I still contained my composure and walked away, but then once I was ready to discuss the situation she quickly dismissed herself from the wedding party. So I’ve lost BOTH my matron and maid of honor, both being cousins from opp. sides of the family.

Ive come to the conclusion thats its hard for some family to accept another’s getting attention, esp. when the person getting married isn’t one to usually ENJOY the spotlight/attention and their selfish asses being able to organize and accept those feelings in the appropriate/mature manner. Keep your sass and your class girl and be proud that you stood up for yourself; I sure am glad I finally did!

I wont lie, I still struggle with the disappointment and hurt that they will no longer want or will be apart of my wedding. I guess I always had a facade about our relationship and thinking how “close and connected” we were, but in all actuality, we arent at all! Sadly I know this is just a part of growing up and seeing who’s really there for you and who’s there for the attention/bitch fest.

Keep pressing forward and dont let other’s detour you from doing whats best for you! Sorry for emo-vomitting on your thread about my own crapfest of a story! lol

Post # 8
3364 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

@stace2525: Oh girl! ((Hugs)) I feel you I feel you! You will get through this!

Groomsmen dont walk down the aisle right, unless your doing so. So I wouldnt worry about that. But you could put two guys with the last girl?! So the girl would have two escorts or could the extra groomsmen walk the flower girl back up the aisle?

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