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Bridezilla Makes Bridesmaid Buy 'Champange' Dress, Freaks Out When It Looks White

Planning a wedding really brings out the worst in people. It's actually quite beautiful when you think of it. The woman you propose to may not be the same woman that you see barking orders at your close friends on the day of the wedding. But it's really for the best since you're about to say all that 'In sickness and in health' mumbo jumbo, so at least you will be able to get to know their crazy side before tying the knot.

But, as always, there are Bridezilla's who introduce a new level of insanity and need to be taken down.

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    Font - r/AmltheAsshole u/Kumobear • 13h AITA No Champagne for me thanks
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    It was Reddit user u/Kumobear who wrote this post for the 'Am I The A-Hole' community. Usually, these are written in more of a question format but it seems this girl has clearly been through it and is ready to get straight to the point.


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    Font - Okay, so my old friend "Elle" was engaged for a few years at this point but decided on a New Years wedding. Which sucked for me because l'm a healthcare worker and it meant I would have to spend the year my Granny died working instead of being with my family and mourning her loss. I never mentioned this fact to the bride, even though I was sad, I knew this moment was important to her so kept quiet.
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    She begins by providing some backstory behind this hellish experience. She explains that this wedding has been nothing but a stressor for her, and it's not even going to be her big day. It seems like if this 'Elle' girl was such a good old friend, she would be a little more empathetic...

    Well, spoiler alert: She wasn't.


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    Font - Over the year I came and went from my hometown five times, three times related to my Granny, and twice for Elle's wedding things such as her shower and stage and doe. As such I was strapped for cash by the end of the year due to plane tickets and buying things for the wedding.
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    Font - Elle had decided she wanted a spectrum for her bridesmaids' dresses, from Champagne to Gold. Of course, I ended up with Champagne. I called her while online shopping to buy the dress and send her pictures of what the colours look like. She told me all other colours have been claimed, to go with a lighter one.
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    Font - The dress arrives and I try it on and l'm already nervous because it's light. But I put it on in front of her. She hummed and hawed before saying it's fine. She would need to see it next to her dress, but she assures me it's okay, plus it's part of the spectrum she's looking for and says she just won't stand next to me in pictures. I'm leery but it's her wedding so I agree.
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    Human body - Months go one, I don't want to harass her so I text maybe once or twice more asking if she was absolutely sure. She says yes.
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    Human body - A month before the weddingI got to try it on with alterations and send her a pic.
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    Font - She texts me saying it's too light and that I need to think of something to 'tone it down' like putting gold on it. People will stare at me and wonder why I wore a wedding dress to her wedding. Again, a month before her wedding.
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    Font - She told me 'l know you're not used to being in weddings, but any other bride would tell you to buy a new one. I'm being nice by telling you to put accents on it.' I get upset and said if someone told me to buy a new dress at this point l'd tell them off. We talk it out and agree to alter the dress.
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    Font - I tried to get another dress that ended up being the wrong colour. I get to my hometown only to find out that she's been badmouthing me to everyone I know.
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    Font - MOH texts me the day before the wedding, a few hours before we're due to meet at the hotel and REAMS me out. She says I have made this all about me, l'm selfish and nothing but trouble. I have spent hundreds of dollars at this point, gotten everything Elle wanted and tried to even get a second dress to be safe.
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    Font - I call Elle and I cannot even describe the conversation. She started screaming at me, called me every name in the book to the point my mum heard the screaming and comes to my room. I put Elle on mute at this point.
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    Font - In the end she told me I owe her and everyone a public apology and I have to spend the whole wedding "making it up to her".
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    Font - Needless to say, I did not end up attending that wedding and we are no longer friends. ΑΙΤΑ? 342 3 48 T, Share
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    Rectangle - bigbuttfucker · 13h Professor Emeritass [79] NTA. You asked her for confirmation on the colour multiple times. Thank God you removed this cancer from your life. G Reply 1 342 3 ...
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    Font - iliedim-dyinginside · 13h Partassipant [4] So let me get this straight... she told you very specifically to buy a champagne coloured dress, you bought a champagne coloured dress, you showed her the champagne coloured dress she made you buy and said it was okay, and then a months before the wedding started getting extremely angry at you because you were planning on wearing the dress she made you buy specifically for the wedding and that she saw and said was fine? NTA. At all. 6 Reply 1 708

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    Rectangle - DJ_Too_Supreme21 • 13h Asshole Enthusiast [6] NTA. Your friend (well ex friend) is being difficult. I would've just decided not to go to the wedding if trying to pick the right shade of color was going to be this difficult for a dress. She is a major bridezilla G Reply 4 20 3 + ...
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    Font - shegivesnoducks · 13h NTA. If you're the bride and want a specific color, you send a fabric swatch at least a year in advance to give your bridesmaids time to afford it, buy it, and get it altered. Changing her mind and blaming you is pathetic on her behalf. If she's that intense about color similarity, she should have planned for it. Her fault, not yours. O 6 Reply 4 39 3 ...
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    Rectangle - Deliriums_BabelFish • 13h Asshole Aficionado [13] NTA. she already approved the dress once and now it telling you to go back on it? That's not fair to you at allI. 6 Reply 1 10 3 + ...

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    Font - Ok-Initiative7860 · 13h NTA you went out of your way multiple times to make sure that the dress was okay. The thing i can't believe is the audacity of the people in your life trying to make you apologize for something not even your fault. G Reply 1 8 3 ...
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