Hey all, just trying to check myself. So, a good friend of mine has taken on the monumental task of planning her wedding in about four months (!). She started off being so chill, and basically asked the eight or nine of us in the bridal party to just get a not-floor-length navy dress. Cool! Done.
The thing is, there is this online message I'm in with all of the bridal party, including a few people out of state. One girl keeps asking questions that prompt the bride to make more and more specific choices, which are becoming kind of limiting, in my opinion.
The most recent of these is shoe height. I don't mind being dictated a color of shoe, but all of a sudden I'm reading that we're apparently supposed to wear flats? Although that's super comfy, I like to wear at least a short heel, and it's sounding like she will be displeased if that's what I show up in. Apparently she is looking for "as much uniformity as possible" while giving us at least some choice. But "light grey flats" doesn't feel like a lot of choice, especially since now there are all these other details we are supposed to pay attention to.
TL;DR - Is it shitty of me to be annoyed at the dictation of shoe height? Slash, would it be terrible to just kind of ignore this little instruction? I just want a liiiiiiiittle heel.