Not sure how to handle this (Rant)

posted 2 years ago in Guests
Post # 16
25 posts
  • Wedding: December 2017

bride22bee :  personally… life is too short. I would drop her and never look back! Some people bring positive energy into your life and some bring negative. When I was younger I thought I should try to be nice and kind to the negative ones but eventually realized some people just like to complain and be miserable so better to leave them to themselves and enjoy your life with the friends and family who lift you up. And enjoy the wedding 🙂


Post # 18
261 posts
Helper bee

There were couple people that told me that they would be unable to attend the wedding after I sent our Save-The-Date Cards so I didn’t sent invitations to them. But I did message/email them to thank them for letting me know and a nice message like “look forward to catching up again in the near future”.

I wouldn’t send your friend an invitation but message her and thank her for letting you know that she is unable to come and wish her well. And leave it as that.

Post # 18
284 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

I wouldn’t send her an invite..shes unnecessary and rude. As far as the other guests..I wouldn’t believe her for a second because of how bitter she is being. 8 months out? You don’t need the drama. Don’t invite her and let everyone else rsvp when the time comes. 

Post # 19
1319 posts
Bumble bee

She wouldn’t get an invite from me because she’d no longer be someone I counted as a friend–given that she’s not acting like a friend at ALL. Oh, and she’d no longer be in my life either. 

Post # 20
1048 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

Remember that you don’t know what these other people actually said to her. She could be making it up, she could have kept prying until someone admitted that they do not find booking flights to be their favorite hobby, etc. So I wouldn’t worry about others unless they told you something.

I wouldn’t send the invitation not because she already RSVP’d, but because I don’t have time nor inclination for that kind of behavior and she’d no longer be invited.

Post # 21
10078 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Tell her you wouldn’t want to cause any trouble for her honeymoon so you’ve decided not to invite her after all.

Post # 22
571 posts
Busy bee

This is so ridiculous, its hard not to laugh!!

1) her wedding was 5 years ago?! that honeymoon ship has passed.

2) you don’t need a “honeymoon” to take a trip. just go.

3) don’t engage with this pathetic girl. 

4) part of me is petty enough, that I’d sent a group text, message, including this chick and clear the air, because I’d bet money, none of those people have expressed what she’s saying. 

5) don’t send her an invitation. Even if her plans changed, her behavior is totally unacceptable and doesn’t warrant an invitation.

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