(Closed) Problem with Groomsman

posted 7 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 3
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1057 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

Truth: No matter what you do you will be “Bridezilla.” Fiance has a friend like this as well and I have just accepted that I have to suck it up and not say anything. Because this wedding is just as much his as it is yours. 

Post # 4
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1253 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

in my opinion, groomsmen and bridesmaids are standing up there with the bride AND groom. not jusst the bride or the groom. you are taking your vows in front of family and friends, and you want to know that the groomsmen and bridesmaids support this union. otherwise, why would they be standing up there with you? my boyfriend/soon-to-be-fiance has a friend that has been nothing but a thorn in my side for the first five years of our relationship. and i finally put my foot down. and you know what? he did a complete 360. my boyfriend had a talk with him and said listen, you are my bestfriend, but i am planning on spending the rest of my life with my girlfriend. and if you can’t accept both of us, i can’t continue the friendship as it is damaging to my relationship. he valued his friendship with my boyfriend, and i am glad to say i am now close friends with the guy that i despised for years!!! he was simply jealous of our relationship and needed to grow up a bit.  you’re fiance needs to get a back bone and relay his/your feelings to his friend, but that’s just my opinion. at one point in time, i even told my boyfriend that there was no way his friend was going to be in the wedding party if he continued acting the way that he was, because he did nothing but try and tear us apart and i felt that it was inappropriate for him to be involved in our wedding. i’m glad to say that things turned out and he is now going to be a groomsmen, i hope it turns out for you too!

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