(Closed) When to be a bridezilla.

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
223 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I think the general rule of thumb would be to talk to her the way that you would like to be spoken to. Start by explaining that you understand that being a part of the wedding can be uncomfortable for her because of your brother, then tell her that it is probably in the best interests of everyone if she was no longer a part of the wedding party (is she still invited to the wedding? If not, you’ll want to address this as well).  Just explain that being in the wedding party is going to involve dealing with you and your family (brother/ex-bf included). Tell her that you respect her decision to date Jerk Off Boyfriend, and that not being in the wedding party will avoid the tension that will more than likely happen between her and her new boyfriend (since it seems like new bf isn’t very happy with her hanging out with your family). 


ps: Not trying to jump to conclusions, but more than likely, she probably didn’t show because her new bf didn’t want her to or they got into a disagreement over the amount of time she is spending with her ex-bf’s family

Post # 4
1057 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

EUGH! I hate this! I have tried to be so nice and understanding about every stupid/enraging thing that has gone on. And the one time I flip out or raise my voice I am immediately classified as a “bridezilla” it INFURIATES me. D:

I wish you the best of luck with your situation. Hopefully everything works out.

Post # 5
8353 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2011

I would have a talk with her and let her know that under the circumstances; ie., new boyfriend, that it would be best if she wasn’t in your bridal party.

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