(Closed) Uninviting Bridesmaid?

posted 6 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 2
948 posts
Busy bee

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Pupster2016:  wowza….I clicked on this thinking it would be a petty vent and a simple “just get over it” but it’s simply not…..”family and friends” is not a wedding of 250….she obviously purposefully didn’t invite you to her wedding.

i have a good friend, who didn’t even ask her best friend from pre-school to be her bridesmaiDs, her bridesmaids were only her biological sister…i was thinking your friend maybe had a similar mindset….but if she didn’t invite you to a wedding of 250 (vs a wedding of 25) I would uninvite her. ahe obviously doesn’t value your friendship as you value hers.

sorry bee. I would be hurt too

Post # 3
1786 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

If you’re hurt to the point where you may not want to be friends anymore then I would ask her to step down. But I would have a sit down talk with her in person and ask her if she still wants to be in your bridal party or not and see where your friendship stands.

Post # 4
782 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

250 and your not invited?!? That is nasty..

Post # 5
1062 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

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Lakeside003:  i would not bother asking her where the friendship stands because the friend cannot fit her into a 250 guest wedding. 

OP i know it hurts. Sorry 🙁

Post # 6
631 posts
Busy bee

That’s so awkward. I would wait until you see each other in person or have a conversation, and bring it up. Say you feel so awkward about the mismatch and you want to give her an out?

Post # 7
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Busy bee

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Lakeside003:  don’t bother asking where the friendship stands.

actions speak louder than words and she made her actions loud and clear.

dont give Her an option to be in your bridal party if you don’t want her there. It’s your wedding. I personally would not want someone in my wedding party that didn’t invite me to their wedding whatsoever 

i would call her or email and clearly state that actions speak louder than words. You could understand not being in the wedding party but you cannot understand not being a guest in a wedding with 250 guests. I would state that you obviously assumed your “friendship” was closer than you thought, and she proved you to be clearly mistaken, and you are doing her the kind favor of no longer having to pretend to be close friends with you anymore and to consider herself uninvited from your wedding party and wedding guest. good riddance 

Post # 8
106 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2019 - Undecided

i’d uninvite her. Obviously you need to talk to her about it first because it is really awkward and I can’t believe she didn’t inform you of the situation sooner.. but yeah.. at the very least she should be relieved of her bm duties.

Post # 10
2165 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: NJ

Okay, she’s not a lifelong friend, from university, that is fairly recent.

If it were me, I would figure I had misjudged the depth of our friendship. I would eject her from my wedding entirely, and I would tell her why, in plain language.

Post # 11
2056 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Does she or her fiancé come from a Duggar sized family? Who is paying for the wedding? If it’s their parents, they may feel obligated to invite their 40 aunts/uncles and 125 cousins (or whatever).

Post # 12
6331 posts
Bee Keeper

If she didn’t feel close enough to you to invite you to her wedding, why did she agree to be a bridesmaid? What an unusual situation. I would tell her you realize that you two aren’t as close as you had originally thought, and that way she can have more time to plan her own wedding. 

Post # 13
389 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

That’s a hit to the gut not to be invited to 250+ wedding, but before you do anything major I would sit her down and calmy chat. See who is paying for her wedding. If it’s her parents, then it may have been the parents that didn’t invite you. She may not have any control over the guest list, just read some other posts on these baords about some controlling parents! Have you met her parents? Do you visit them? 

If her and her fiance are paying for it I would be more hurt and would wonder why.

Post # 14
10286 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

 In a wedding of 250 guests, I don’t understand why you weren’t invited. This is so odd, in that she accepted your invitation to be a Bm, which says she likes you enough to want to support you on your day. Given this very odd disparity, I would ask her directly if you have done something to offend her or why you weren’t invited. 

Post # 15
428 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Wow, what an embarassing situation… for her. She should be the one to feel awkward because she said she invites family AND close friends. If she’s not close to you, why did she accept to be in your bridal party? I would uninvite her from the bridal party. Honestly, I would uninvite her from the wedding too, but maybe it’s a little agressive on my behalf.

It’s very hurtful and you are right to feel offended. Even if parents pay for the wedding… it’s 250 people and within those, she mentions there are close friends. I would just explain in an email or over the phone or live, however you decide, that given the fact that you are not even invited to her 250 people wedding, clearly you missinterpreted the friendship and would prefer for her not to be in your bridal party because you feel very awkward now.

Hugs, OP. You saw her true colors now and it’s better late than never.

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