(Closed) The Most Annoying Comments Related To YOUR Wedding??

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 3
282 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Yeah, that sucks. I would have responded to the first one with something like “Oh really? We don’t need to invite our parents or grandparents? Thank godness!!” My wedding is still pretty far away, so I haven’t gotten any comments like that yet. I am sure if I don’t get comments I will get a “oh really? well, if that’s what you REALLY want” look. Right now, I am only talking to my mom about the wedding so I don’t get any reactions like this…

Post # 4
9674 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2019

Father – Why get engaged then (about our super long engagement)

Sister – Shottie Maid/Matron of Honor

Sister – You can’t have long bridesmaid dresses, I am short. Can I shorten it?

bestie – um I would be Maid/Matron of Honor, I have known you the longest. 

bestie – Would he even come up for the wedding? (about one of my FI’s best men) You should just have (other best man’s name) as best man.

bestie – you better take me to the cake tasting.

basically all assumptions about bridal party and trying to control things my Fiance and I choose

Post # 5
6015 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: March 2012

I got this tonight

Um You’re having kids at the wedding … it starts at 7pm. 

uh yeah… they take naps I fully intend for all of 25 nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephew (they range from newborn to 32.. my age) to be there. We get together for  funerals .. the last wedding was 6 years ago.  I want family pictures.  They will be fine or they will sleep in a chair during the dancing.


You’re going to have alcohol?  Um yes

wait .. you’re having kids in your wedding .. yes

sigh ..


Post # 6
359 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I have had similar comments as you posted and I have also had a few others, such as:

(Grandmother): Your spending way too much money and your being a brat…fussy! (Um grandma sorry I don’t like the same old cookie cutter, cheap, boring wedding crap I like to be original and your not paying for it so don’t worry about it. Actually it wasn’t even like I was spending that much more I was just getting the stuff I wanted compared to buying the same old stuff such as ring bearer pillow, Flower Girl basket, etc. off of the shelf at Jo-Ann Fabrics. Ugh)

(Mom) I don’t like that cake, I like this one better. (Well that cake is not what I invisioned and does not fit with the theme of the wedding).

(Flowergirl/Step-Mom) Are you going to put her in an ivory/white dress. Me: No I would prefer flowergirl to match the bridesmaids. Flowergirl: Ewwe, I don’t like Black. (Mind you she is 7 years old not 3-4 and wears a size 14 so finding a white/ivory dress for a good price is difficult, and I prefer to be the only one in those colors at the wedding. So sorry if you don’t like it. I found a black flowergirl dress at dillards during the holiday’s for $60 and guess what she loves it).

Post # 7
3580 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Haha I wasn’t aware that the kids would be appalled by booze at a wedding. O_o

My Future Mother-In-Law just poopooed my dress choice.  But that is probably pretty normal for a Future Mother-In-Law, right?

Post # 9
11166 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

@JustMarried51912:   Your spending way too much money…

This, a million times this. It is none of their business nor is it their money!

Post # 10
2006 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

my sister: you can’t have disposable plates and cups!  Thats so cheap!!  I was so angry that I had to drink wine out of a plastic cup at our cousin’s wedding.  If you can’t afford nice dishes then you shouldn’t be getting married.


SERIOUSLY!?  We are having a BBQ buffet!  I think its OKAY to have those disposable plates that look like china.

Post # 11
703 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

haha all of your comments made me laugh (in a sad way b/c i will be feeling all of your pains soon).. we havent started too much serious planning yet but i know we’ll be hearing things like that..

my current comments are surrounding how i should have waited longer to get engaged, that most people wait to get married, there’s no rush to get married, etc. (please keep in mind that i’ve known my fiance since we were 13.. we’ve been dating for about 6 yrs and he wanted to propose LAST YEAR but didnt b/c he knew my parents pereferred we wait a bit)..

its like ‘are you kidding me?!’ how much longer do they really thing we need to wait.. not to mentioned im older than both my parents were when they got married!

so frustrating. cant wait for all the fun comments to come.

keep strong!!

Post # 12
4014 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@MrsNerdy:  Good lord. There are plenty nice throw- away options for dishware. Especially for a BBQ type wedding!

My family just keeps telling us to elope. We did consider it for a while, but we ultimately decided that we want a wedding to celebrate so we arent looking back after making the deposit on the venue. Its just sort of iritating because we’ve made the decision and some of them keep bringing it up. “too much money” “thats kind of weird” comments are super annoying as well! WE are paying for it people, if you havent offered any financial support, then it isn’t appropriate to say a thing about anything!!


Post # 14
2651 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

When I got engaged ” your not pregnant are you?”from my grandma.

Which honestly is not unreasonable since I’ll be the first grandchild to be married BEFORE having kids…. But still it irked me.

Post # 15
33 posts
  • Wedding: September 2012

I can’t really think of all of them but I am sure the worst is yet to come. Hahahaha.

Sister-MOH: I don’t like those kind of dresses because I would like to wear something more poofy. You kinda look weird.

Future sis-in-law: You are seriously considering yellow as part of your colors? You can’t do that color. My bestie might be doing that color in her wedding and I already HATE that color. I refuse to wear a yellow bridesmaids dress.

Future sis-in-law: You should just do the caterer that we did. It was only ok food but it was cheap.

Dad:(when told about the venue) A barn? Hmmm. Why don’t you just do something more logical and just getting married in someones backyard. (when asked exactly WHO’S wedding-ready large backyard someone could host it in… he drew a blank.)

Post # 16
33 posts
  • Wedding: September 2012

@imalittlebirdie:  Hahaha I forgot that I got that too! Every time I visit my family they keep sneaking glances at my belly to see if it has grown. They still don’t believe me. I sure know the feeling!

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