Post # 16
This is exactly what I told my fiancé. I don’t want to have to see people in pictures years down the line but at the same time as someone else mentioned, I don’t want to cause further drama by cutting the groomsmen out 6 weeks before the wedding.
Post # 17
to clarify, my fiancé went to see his closest friend for answers because we’ve been wondering what’s been going on for months. His friend really didn’t want to tell him many details because he didn’t want to get involved. He just clarified that when the girls are all together they start gossiping about myself and my fiancé, and he gave a few examples of what was said about us. However he said that the men stay out of it and engage in their own conversation.
Post # 18
As an outsider with a very limited view of the situation, it sounds like she just doesn’t like you and/or your Fiance and seized on that one comment about cash as justification for cutting you out. I know I’m guilty of blowing little comments out of proportion in my mind if I already don’t like the person. See how things go after the wedding – maybe it will go back to normal and if not, oh well, you’re better off.
Post # 19
Be careful… even though they are being “friendly” at this moment… they showed their true colors. For your sake I hope they don’t back out last minute, don’t show up and say nothing or create drama the day of. I understand about the Queen Bee of the group. If she says jump, the entire pack jumps. I hate people like that. I think it is very weird that they go from being a-holes to nice. I don’t trust it. One whom gossips, doesn’t just stop. I am sure you are being discussed as we speak over your messages, so chose your words wisely. I would also suggestion making new friends since this group sounds like a bad pack of people.
Add on to this, the comment above mine, I agree. The chick used the cash comment as your ticket out of the group. You also only gave us 1 comment you said but they are discussing more than just that about you. Again, be careful.
Post # 20
These group of friends… are they a bunch of life long guy friends and the wives are just friends just because they’re around each other? In my experience, there’s always drama in that situation.
If the women were talking about me and my Fiance behind my back, I’d have more than a few things to say. This woman is a trouble maker. Even if I thought something someone said was tacky, I wouldn’t hold it against them and get the rest of my friends to turn. How old are all of these people? It’s like high school all over again.
Post # 21
Whatever else you worry about , don’t worry about pictures , they seem like a huge deal now but you don’t spend all that much time poring over them in later years anyway, really you don’t.
Probably all that will happen is you saying ” oh yes him and her , we were friends once but not now. idk where they aret hese days ………”. I seriously doubt ‘years down the line’ you will give a crap about their faces in your pics