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#31 tylersgirl

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    Posted 07 January 2009 - 05:14 PM

    Heather---You have got to be kidding!!!! That is wrong on so many levels. You are nicer than me because I would have told her off! How dare she try to steal the spotlight from you on the most important day of your life. What a looney. I am sorry but I would say something to her or get someone to secretly destroy the dress...haha...Let us know what ends up happening!

    #32 soon2bePowers

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      Posted 07 January 2009 - 09:53 PM

      I can't believe that. No way would I let that happen. I would put some people on a mission to get that dress or like another poster said have someone spill something on it.

      So sorry you have to deal with that. That is honestly the crazy thing I have heard!

      #33 wayneswifey

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        Posted 07 January 2009 - 09:56 PM

        I be
        Tell her No

        #34 FLgator

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          Posted 07 January 2009 - 10:23 PM

          That is so insane. It sounds like maybe you shouldn't of invited her to begin with if she could be that cruel. I hope it all works out for you!

          #35 luvtoteachlaw

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            Posted 08 January 2009 - 12:20 AM

            The person is clearly nuts!

            You know, after my crazy situation with future monster in law (in the other thread), I am now of the opinion that no one can escape being dis-invited, other than your groom! :)

            People can be such attention whores and they will stop at nothing to be in the spotlight. I will never understand it.

            I do have the mindset that no mater what, my fiance and I and at least my family will have a great week. I have to think positive about this because I refuse to allow my problem person to ruin my excitement about this wedding.

            I am sorry that this person is so close to you and yet so hurtful. No matter how hard you try to shake that off, it still hurts - alot.

            #36 BC Bride2be

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              Posted 08 January 2009 - 12:50 AM

              I totally agree with tylersgirl. If it were me... man, I would have told her where she can take her dress and her sorry azzzzzz.

              I am so sorry you have to go thru this but I would hope someone in your family would stand up to this crackerjack.. but if not, I agree with the other ladies - send an email stating guess are not to wear white!

              good luck!

              #37 bumbles

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                Posted 08 January 2009 - 12:55 AM

                For a "sensitive" person, she is not very considerate of other people's feelings! I think she needs to hear it from your family members that it would be rude and tacky, and hopefully, she will reconsider. Maybe they can initiate a conversation of "So, what are you going to wear to the wedding? I have this cute white sundress but it's tacky to wear white at someone's wedding..." Good luck and I'm sorry you have to deal with this problem! Personally, I think you should stick up for yourself and if she decides to spread lies... you can't possibly be the only one who knows that she's crazy, right?

                #38 Emily&Matt

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                  Posted 08 January 2009 - 01:23 PM

                  I think the idea about sending the email is great. What color are your bridesmaid dresses? Pick your wedding colors along with beige neutrals.

                  For example, if your colors are red & yellow, you could say: "We are asking that everyone NOT wear white or blue to our wedding. For the sake of uniformity in our professional photographs, please wear any combination of the following: any shades of beige, tan, sand, khaki, chocolate and/or red or yellow."

                  Then if she shows up in a blue & white wedding dress, she will only confirm to the rest of your friends & family what kind of person she is. (Hopefully your colors aren't blue, but even if it is, then be specific: aqua or royal blue, something like that.

                  The best way to show people your class act is to ignore other people's bad behavior. Don't stoop to her level by trying to retaliate in some way. She is the kind of person if you address her personally, she will get back at you in an even bigger way.

                  #39 Hartyt509

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                    Posted 08 January 2009 - 05:36 PM

                    LMAO she is off her rocker lol but NO-ONE is too close to uninvite lol

                    I agree that you shouldn't stoop to her level but I would lmao I'd make sure that dress was totally trashed lmao get her drunk out of her room and a nice scissor job lmao

                    But she won't steal your thunder she'll just make herself look like a twat lmao even if it hurts like hell make sure you laugh in her face, that will totally screw with her head lol

                    #40 sstotz

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                      Posted 08 January 2009 - 05:43 PM

                      uhmmm...thats REALLY weird.
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