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Wow, could that poster be any more patronizing? I can just smell the condescending air.
knottie81c40ce11ef5d58d said:She is not the proper BM candidate, BM will be considerate and willing to assist you not interfere with your decision.
Being a Bridesmaid isn't a job, a bridesmaid will be willing to wear the outfit of your choosing (within their budget) and show up to your wedding on time and [relatively] sober. That's it. Everything else is extra and they may offer help and time, but it's not require.
I am just shocked that anyone goes through the trouble of writing those novels about sweetheart tables and how they're rude and you should sit with anyone else. I might have been super on one side in the 'it's rude to bring boxed gifts to the wedding' but could see both sides. This, this I just don't get at all.
Just skip the STDs and use some of the money you save on that to pay for dinner after your ceremony.
You don't need STDs, especially if you can spread the date information by word of mouth and were just going to throw an extra card in with your invitation. There's literally no reason to even consider doing that, the entire point is to give your guest/VIPs notice of the date and to expect an invitation.
eileenrob said:My free period and lunch period were next to each other today so I voted a few hours ago. No on Prop 1! No to con-con!