posted 6 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
1227 posts
Bumble bee

Honestly, reading that post it sounds like she just did you a HUGE favor. At the rate she’s going, she might not even have a wedding.

Don’t be mad. Pour yourself a glass of wine, and think about how awesome your wedding’s going to be now that it’s your only focus.

Post # 4
1299 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

@Miss T-Rex:  I agree… Be glad.  Wow I’m the bride and I’m planning my entire wedding and bridal shower myself because I didnt want to put anyone out.  My girls are allowed to wear whatever they want (i gave them guidelines) and none of them can even send me a text to ask me how my wedding planning is going.  In fact I sent my one a text (maid of honor) because I hadnt heard from her in months since the last time I tried to get in touch, and she asked who it was?!  So i guess i’m trying to say girls are catty and bratty and you have got it together.  She will drown really quickly when she doesn’t know how to pick up the pieces with out you around.  Seems like you were carrying her.  Focus on your wedding and relax and plan an excellent fun amazing day!

Post # 5
524 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@SeaSalt:  + 1. Obviously she isn’t being a very good friend, as you’re BOTH busy and of course your only focus shouldn’t be her wedding (which you don’t even know if it’s going to happen!). I would be sad over the loss of the friendship of course, but it doesn’t look like you could have prevented it–surround yourself by better people who will make your wedding a success, and now you don’t have to worry about hers anymore!

Post # 6
2 posts
  • Wedding: November 2011

I got booted from my friends wedding too. She turned into a major control freak and said I just wasn’t as interested as I should be in her wedding. (she isn’t getting married for close to a year from now.) I have 2 kids and another on the way. I have a full time career and a full time family. She was mad at me for not wanting to meet her out to drink and party (outside of wedding parties). She told me I couldn’t bring a babysitter for my new baby to her out of town wedding because I wouldn’t be as focused on her as I should be that weekend. She told me a multitude of craziness, much of which I boil down to her being a complete selfish brat. Don’t worry about this chick, you seem way more put together and organized, your wedding will go smoothly and by the time her wedding rolls around you may even be preggo, so be happy you’re out and don’t need to waste your time or money planning her wedding instead of yours. Enjoy! 

Post # 7
2753 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I agree with others saying she did you a favor. You seem to feel the same relief. That being said, I do get why you’re angry. It’s just the principle of the thing. She’s being ridiculously petty and immature, and I feel your reasons for not having her in your wedding make perfect sense. I say rant and rave with the first glass of wine to get it out of your system then laugh and relax and feel relieved with the subsequent glasses!

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