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Bride forbids bridesmaid from wearing her glasses, entire bridal party walks out.

Bride forbids bridesmaid from wearing her glasses, entire bridal party walks out.

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The wedding day is the brides 'special day' but sometimes enough is enough.

Of course friends try to make the day perfect for their friend's wedding, especially if they are part of the actual wedding party. But, one bride refused to allow one of her bridesmaids to wear the glasses that she need to see, so they decided to mutiny.

Comply with Bridezilla or leave, ok?

plogan56

My friend(Jemma) tells me about how she and an entire group of Bridesmaids left a wedding after their friend dared them to.

So this all happened a few weeks ago, a long time friend of Jemma's group was getting married in another state but the day of the wedding she suddenly had a problem with one girl who wore glasses, which she didn't have an issue with beforehand.

The glasses girl told her she wouldn't wear them during the vows and pictures but the bridezilla didn't want her wearing them at all and was screaming at her to not put them on for the rest of the day, obviously she couldn't do that since she needs to see.

The argument got more heated until bridezilla gave her the ultimatum to take them off & keep em off or leave. This is when Jemma and the other bridesmaids stepped in, told bridezilla she was out of line, and that they would all leave if she forced the girl with glasses to leave.

Bridezilla called their bluff and, being maids of their word, the bridesmaids left the wedding and decided to celebrate and eat at a restaurant before they head back home.

Bridezilla called them several times after they left, telling them that she didn't care about the glasses anymore and begged them to come back to the venue, but they not only refused but also chose to end the friendship with her all together.

Jemma said that the wedding proceeded as follows, just minus the bridesmaids and a few awkward stares because everyone heard the bridezilla's screaming from earlier.

Jemma told me that the bridezilla has always been like this, throwing a tantrum when she doesn't get her way, and that the meltdown at the wedding was just the last straw for them. Personally, i think she's got a monk's patience if she put up with her for that long.

Here is how people reacted:

PigsIsEqual

I'm picturing a half dozen women in butt-ugly bridesmaid dresses sitting around a table at an Applebee's getting drunk and laughing their asses off at Bridezilla. Heartwarming. lol And well-deserved.

MNGirlinKY

When I wore glasses before my lasik I couldn’t see anything beyond maybe 3 inches. I couldn’t read, see a clock etc. I wore them EVERY WAKING HOUR. I got throw aways for my own wedding but it was miserable (bad astigmatism makes regular contacts really uncomfortable)

This is beyond bridezilla, I can’t even imagine. Wonderful MC story!

LittleTrouble90

My sister had a massive meltdown less than a week before her wedding. She had also been an absolute monster the year prior to it, abusing people of their choices of clothing, hair, and even randomly becoming racist to a couple members of our family.

It was a wild situation. So that day she lost her shit I called it, told her my husband and I weren't going, our brother and other sister also did the same thing. The only people who showed up were our parents and her now husband's parents.

The bridesmaids, groomsmen, and all guests didn't show up. But, in shock to everyone involved, she actually figured her self out. She's always been rude and bossy, so about a month after her wedding she contacted everyone that would have gone and profusely apologized.

At first I didn't give it a thought, she's apologized before in the past but didn't change. Ironically this time it actually set her straight. Sometimes people need to be severely humbled and they realize they actually are the problem.

We're very close now and she's fun at family gatherings. We had a great reception type party for her and everything is much better. I can't imagine being like that to the people who are at my wedding.

GnPQGuTFagzncZwB

It seems that weddings for some women are not celebrations of the start of a life with someone they love, but a venue to just act ugly and often get away with it. It is nice to hear when that backfires.

Unicorn187

Thanks for adding that last sentence about her always being like that. At first I was willing to give her the benefit of doubt because she might have just been going through a highly stressful event and just couldn't take stress well. But instead she just sounds like a demanding whiner.

digitydigitydoo

As a glasses wearer with really, really bad eye sight, I guarantee forcing me to go glassesless would end in some sort of absolutely horrifying event. Either tripping up the aisle or walking into a grandma or smashing into the wedding cake, I would 100% do something ridiculously clumsy. Not a threat, I’m like a -9 in both eyes.

Do you think the bridesmaids were right to walk over the glasses fight or should they have come back for the bride's special day?

Sources: Reddit
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