The market for wedding blogs is more competitive than you would imagine. For many brides, merely marrying the love of their life and living happily ever after is not enough. They are also dying to get recognized for how amazing their wedding was. Sometimes the second part is more important than the first.
But, sending a PDF file telling guests which colors and fabrics they are allowed to wear? This one would have been an easy no-show for us. We hope many other guests thought the same.
The Bride That Knows What Truly Matters
A clear simple way to know that someone has lost their mind, is to ask them what's more important, someone, anyone's health, or a wedding?
If for some reason they seem sure that the right answer is the wedding, there's a major problem. One must wonder what has led us to live in a culture where weddings are more important than fathers. At this point, we have no answers, just questions.
Gaining Flowers, Losing Friends
We've heard that when it comes to the big day, flowers are kind of like a big deal. So big, in fact, that getting a friend to do your flowers for you for free is practically a miracle. But alas, this bride and her mother were not about to have just one miracle happen at the wedding, that's just too basic.
They wanted more, a gift! Well, we bet the only thing that happened was that the bride lost a friend. We really hope the friend charged the bride for the flowers later.
Sister Vs Bride
There's nothing we love more than some drama between the sister of the groom and the bride herself. Who is in the right? Could it be that the sister was too drunk to understand how her drunkenness ruined the photos?
Or was this bride being a little bit too sensitive about a kiss on the cheek between two old friends? One side of us knows there is no way of knowing the truth, but another knows how brides can get on their wedding day.
Why Don't I Look Like Audrey Hepburn?!
This hairstylist confesses that he's seen too many bridezillas to count. Sadly for the stylist, he had no choice but to take this bride in, because it was an order from the big boss. We bet the boss knew this one was going to be a bridezilla.
But, luckily, the bride's mother was one of the only few people who seem to know how to handle stressed-out brides. You don't engage with the drama. You tell them they look pretty and then you drag them wherever they need to be next. Problem solved, way to go, mom!