Post # 1
Someone stepped on your train or veil and ripped it before the ceremony?
I saw this happen on a Say Yes To The Dress, the Maid/Matron of Honor who was the bride’s sister, stepped on her train and ripped the dress. The bride flipped, the Maid/Matron of Honor kept calling the bride a Bridezilla and that she had no right to be mad. Luckily they were able to sew the dress back together before the ceremony, but it really bothered me that the Maid/Matron of Honor called the bride a Bridezilla. I personally think the bride had EVERY right to be mad at her sister! I know I’d probably be really mad at first, and take a bit to calm down. I mean, I wouldn’t stay mad, and I’d probably tease my sister about it all night (“oh, don’t get too close to my dress, you might rip it again!” during photos and whatever).
What do you think? How would you react?
Post # 3
I’d flip out! I mean I’m sure I’d be reasonable about it later, but yeah I’d be really mad for a while until it got fixed.
Post # 4
I wouldn’t care- if that was the worst thing to happen on the day I say be grateful. It is only a dress and it was an accident.
As for the bridezilla comment- who knows maybe the bride was being a bridezilla even before the last incident.
Post # 5
This happened… we were hiking up the hill to the ceremony site, and I stopped to say something, and my bridesmaid stepped on my train. I didn’t notice and started walking again, and RRRRRRRRIIIPPPP.
Just about a 4 inch hole in the hem, so no big deal.
Post # 6
Accidents happen. To me, flipping out over an accident really shows a lack of maturity and it decreases the time you have left to fix the veil.
Post # 7
really it depends who did it. my sister, friends, mom, FH, etc? fine.
my Future Mother-In-Law or similar frenemy? not OK!