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Bride asks if she's wrong to cut off entitled 'bridesmaidzilla' for behavior at wedding.

Bride asks if she's wrong to cut off entitled 'bridesmaidzilla' for behavior at wedding.

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Most of us are familiar with the reputation difficult brides can build for themselves when earning the title of "Bridezilla," but everyone involved in a wedding planning process is technically in danger of a "'Zilla" nickname.

Planning a wedding and choosing which one of your friends should stand up in front of all your loved ones after dinner and deliver a charming and romantic speech can be a stressful process. Understanding that all of your friends have their own chaotic schedules and busy lives that probably don't revolve around your wedding day is important, but expecting your bridesmaids to not make your expensive day about them is also reasonable.

If your college roommate is causing a scene in a floor-length rose gown because there isn't any champagne in the bridal suite and her hair isn't the exact curl pattern she asked for, then it unfortunately might be time to reevaluate the friendship. Are the memories of working together at the pizza restaurant in high school worth witnessing your Best Man's speech cause your grandmother to shudder into the 15-layer strawberry cake?

Of course, couples getting married hope that all of their guests have a fun time celebrating, but actively causing stress for someone you love on their wedding day is unacceptable and selfish behavior. So, when a frustrated bride decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not she was wrong to give one of her bridesmaids the cold shoulder on her wedding day, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

Sources: Reddit
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