- 7 years ago
- Wedding: September 2012
I’m not trying to bridezilla or anything, that’s the last thing I want. After getting engaged in November, I had asked my best friend if she would be my Maid/Matron of Honor knowing full well that we have two completely different schedules. She works weekends and nights and I work the typical 9-5 type job. After my Fiance and I chose a date and picked a venue, I invited her out to dress shopping and she did, bringing along her new boyfriend. Her boyfriend was a trooper and having a guys opinion was actually a good thing. Then a month or so later, I decided I wanted to try another boutique and asked her if she wanted to go and she said that she said she did but because of her schedule she said only Fridays and Mondays would work for her and asked if I could take a day off of work. I wasn’t too thrilled on the idea of taking off a day of work since I want to save my PTO for my honeymoon and wedding but I obliged. I set up an appointment and she then told me that needed to take care of something at 8 that morning and she would meet me that the bouquet. Well, she got held up with that she was doing and didn’t show up. Good thing I had asked two of my older friends if they wanted to go because if I hadn’t I would have been there by myself.
Anyway, she didn’t apologize for missing the appointment but I just brushed it off and now it’s been two months since that day and she has not once asked me about wedding planning or even to see how I’m doing. I only hear from her if I text her first and so after awhile I just stopped. It’s been 20 days since I’ve heard from her (not that I’m counting J). Should I be mad? I kind of just want to tell her that even though I appreciate her friendship, she hasn’t shown the slightest interest or support in the wedding and I want to fire her as Maid/Matron of Honor. It’s not that I expect her to drop everything and do what I need, I just want her to ask me how things are. A little moral support would be nice? Is that so wrong?