The frugal bridezilla is the type of person who will delegate many of the customarily paid-for tasks to family members and wedding party members. That’s all great and fine.
The problem is when they expect it to look professional. While the future wife in this story asked for way too much, at least her sister told it like it is — you want something better? Try paying a professional for it.
No Sinners Allowed
This one just truly baffles us. We all deserve to get to choose who will be next to us on our special day and who wouldn't be, but applying random rules is just bizarre.
What have the people born out of wedlock done to her? Not that we're supporting this type of thinking, but wouldn't it make more sense to ban the parents of children born out of wedlock? We're just saying.
You would expect people to marry someone they cherish and trust. Really, trust is an important thing in relationships, don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
If you find yourself in a situation where a simple compliment is enough to get the complimentee banned you should either take a closer look at your relationship or at yourself. At least she didn't cancel the wedding over it.
Fishing for Compliments
Some of us are carefree and like to go with the flow, but others would not give up control for anything in the world. You know these types of people, the planners, who know what they'll be doing each and every day for the next five years.
This bride is obviously the second kind. She won't leave anything up to chance, not even the compliments she's expecting to get.
Party of Five
It seems like the bridezilla phenomenon is common across different ages. Of course, it is possible this bride was a lot younger than the father who was marrying for the 5th time, but as she asked the offspring to call her "mom" it's safe to say she was not a young gal.
Could you imagine if this person had to call each and every woman their father has married 'mom'? They would have five of them!