UKbride Member Request 16 Jul 2018

Hi everyone. i am getting married very soon and have recently had my hen do....

Hi everyone. i am getting married very soon and have recently had my hen do. unfortunately on my hen do my MOH had a row with almost everyone there including me. She has said she felt i was ungrateful for her planning the weekend and she left the party. I said thank you so many times i dont really understand. We have barley spoken and now she said she doesnt want anything to do with the wedding. I have never fallen out before with any friends. I am unsure what to do. Advice please x

Lucy Lewis
Lucy Lewis 16 Jul 2018

Hi it sounds as if she is the problem and not you tell her to stay away you don't need friends like her anyway :)

Kerry Jones
Kerry Jones 16 Jul 2018

Was it alcohol induced arguing?? Confront her and tell her how you feel. Don’t let her ruin your day, what will be will be, I hope you sort it. X

Angela Procter
Angela Procter 17 Jul 2018

Maybe its a a case of where she felt not appreciate for the planning of your weekend do. Sometimes things come across not quite as what we think . Id have a chat and not a go at her as she clearly cared so much . Work it out with her

Cathy McBrearty
Cathy McBrearty 17 Jul 2018

You obviously chose her as your MOH for a reason. Why not take her out for lunch and see if you can both sort through whatever the problem is.....if she still feels the same, you can at least say you tried xx

Rosanna Sasso
Rosanna Sasso 17 Jul 2018

She's clearly being petty about the spotlight not being on her. I'll be your MOH pal!!

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 17 Jul 2018

I’d say you need to talk to her and see weather or not this can be fixed before deciding anything.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 17 Jul 2018

I agree with the above comment sounds like she thought the night would be about her not you.
Its a shame for you, may be you can meet her from a coffee and see what offended her. You never know there might have been something else going on. But don't let her spoil you day. Hope you have a beautiful day

Rhian Priest-Dibben
Rhian Priest-Dibben 25 Jul 2018

It's your wedding day, your allowed for it to be all about you. If your 'maid of honour' i guess your best friend chooses a petty argument to stop talking and not go to your wedding, then she isn't a true friend. end of.

Lauren Young
Lauren Young 30 Aug 2018

I wonder whether she was just very stressed? Obviously not an excuse though! Maybe give it a couple of days and then invite her out for lunch to have a chat and clear the air? :) xx


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