UKbride Member Request 10 Aug 2017

Just a bit of a rant tbh! I have a bridesmaid that I have been friends with...

Just a bit of a rant tbh! I have a bridesmaid that I have been friends with for years. All was fine, however in the last few months her behavior towards one of the other girls I am friends with is extremely cruel on the verge of creating a problem that may or may not cause extreme heartache for my other friend. My other half likes her but has seen the change and we are both at the point of not wanting her to be our bridesmaid now but we still have lots of time until we get married and wonder if she will get any worse. I am trying to find out what has triggered this behavior to see if I can understand it any better before we make any decision. Weddings!!! The rest has been so much fun we are having a blast :-) :-) :-)

Catherine Bull
Catherine Bull 10 Aug 2017

You need to have a serious word with her. Personally I'd sit her down, point out her bad behaviour, and say if it continues you will not be in the bridal party. This is YOUR wedding, and you should be everyones focus. If she can't act in an acceptable way, that's her own fault. As you say, you're having a blast, don't let anyone ruin it!

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 10 Aug 2017

For the sake of your other friend & regardless of bridesmaid status at this point I would speak to her and ask her what's going on, where has it all stemmed from and why is she upsetting her friend? There's bound to be a reason for it xx

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 10 Aug 2017

I had a problem with my maid of honour. She only got worse. Sack her off now before she causes any problems! My wedding is next month, and it all blew up on my hen weekend. I wouldn't want it happening to you too! xxx

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 10 Aug 2017

Jealousy by the sounds of it x

Lucy Lewis
Lucy Lewis 10 Aug 2017

Hi I agree with the others talk to her if she is not prepared to listen then remove her from the bridal party :)

Jayne Timmins
Jayne Timmins 10 Aug 2017

Definately sit her down and speak to her, there surely must be a reason for her sudden change in behaviour x

Emma Gibson
Emma Gibson 10 Aug 2017

I'd have to sit down with her and she was hurting another friend I couldn't stand silently by that I'd have to air my views x

UKbride Member 17 Aug 2017

Definitely have a chat, perhaps there is something going on in her life that has caused her to change, she probably needs her friend right now and simply asking how she is may help her. If it continues then get all of them together and decide where to go from there. good luck.


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