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Re: The worst wedding trends on Pinterest...

  • VulgarGirlVulgarGirl Desert Oasis member
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    doeydo said:
    #bridesmaids
    "#bridesmaids"

    WTF...
    Why would you even want a picture like that? I have no need for pictures of my friends in their underwear. Or well, at least that aren't used for blackmail purposes. Sure pics of my FI in her undies, yes, very much, right away please. But friends? Or even family? No, no thank you.
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  • tcnobletcnoble member
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    MagicInk said:
    doeydo said:
    #bridesmaids
    "#bridesmaids"

    WTF...
    Why would you even want a picture like that? I have no need for pictures of my friends in their underwear. Or well, at least that aren't used for blackmail purposes. Sure pics of my FI in her undies, yes, very much, right away please. But friends? Or even family? No, no thank you.
    What, you mean this isn't how you and your friends spend time together?! Sadly I'm sure this will be the next "BMs in robes" trend, some brides will inevitably think this is THEBESTIDEAEVEROMG and purchase coordinating lingerie sets instead of robes. 
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  • doeydodoeydo Southwestern Ontario member
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    Who wants to bet they had a giggly pillow fight after the legs up on the headboard thing?
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  • AuroraRose41AuroraRose41 New York member
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    And now brides have to assign points to their friends in order to determine whether or not they are good enough to be bridesmaids. I can see it now with the snowflakes: "Oh even though I hang out with you every Friday, we have only known each other for 4 years, my parents were the first people that I called, and I don't trust your opinion on fashion, so you only get 2 points. You need 6 to be my bridesmaid, sorry. But you can still man the guest book for me!"

     

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  • Just threw up in my mouth a bit....if you need a scoring system for your bridal party, just stop and don't have a wedding party at all!
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  • What about my sister who is such a bratty mess that our brother suggested Clorox as a present? She's not a +10, more like a -1,000,000,000,000,000
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  • JCbride2015JCbride2015 Dirty Jerz member
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    And now brides have to assign points to their friends in order to determine whether or not they are good enough to be bridesmaids. I can see it now with the snowflakes: "Oh even though I hang out with you every Friday, we have only known each other for 4 years, my parents were the first people that I called, and I don't trust your opinion on fashion, so you only get 2 points. You need 6 to be my bridesmaid, sorry. But you can still man the guest book for me!"

     

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    STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS????
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  • wrigleyvillewrigleyville Chicago member
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    STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS????
    That is the EXACT reaction I had to that. WTF?

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    I feel like this could possibly turn out disastrous... 


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  • How on earth would you get melted chocolate and gooey, caramelized marshmallow out of all the nooks and crannies of that ring?

    Just icky.

    And worse - the waste of perfectly delightful junk food by a filthy ring.
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  • @HaileyDancingbear   LOL the Chihiro gif...  that's fantastic.  
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  • InkdancerInkdancer The Shire member
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    The points thing made me laugh. I counted--all of my bridesmaids got 7 points exactly. (Because of the "makes you happy" thing.)
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  • theartistformerlyknownastheartistformerlyknownas peaced out. member
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    I do know people who like the group boudoir thing. They even had a sexy pillow fight picture. Not my thing, but whatevs.

    If you need points to decide who your best friends are, you're doing life wrong.

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  • theartistformerlyknownastheartistformerlyknownas peaced out. member
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    MagicInk said:
    Mine are 10, 11, and 7! Points not ages. And only because they got the make me happy points. Also two are guys, do they loose points? I think that's what always pisses me off the most. Most of this bullshit assumes a heterosexual wedding with girls on one side and guys on the other. Well fuck you and your heteronormative bullshit. 

    Your groom, might want his own sister to stand with him. Your two best friends might be dudes, even if your a girl. Even if your a straight girl. And fuck yeah you should have them stand up with you. They're your best friends. No one should give a shit. And if anyone does. Well ya know, this time, it is your fucking day.
    They clearly left of +eleventy billion points for possessing a vagina.

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  • wrigleyvillewrigleyville Chicago member
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    How on earth would you get melted chocolate and gooey, caramelized marshmallow out of all the nooks and crannies of that ring? Just icky. And worse - the waste of perfectly delightful junk food by a filthy ring.
    Look at the photo again. I have a feeling they just put a marshmallow on either side of the ring, vertically instead of horizontally. That way, the ring stays clean.

    It's a neat illusion. It took me a second to figure out that the ring wasn't actually around a marshmallow.

    I still think it's stupid, though.

  • Inkdancer said:
    The points thing made me laugh. I counted--all of my bridesmaids got 7 points exactly. (Because of the "makes you happy" thing.)

    Hahaha, I know! I counted and mine scored the same (with the exception of my MoH)... my fsil scored 5. Ummm, sorry future sis?? Utterly ridiculous.

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  • theartistformerlyknownastheartistformerlyknownas peaced out. member
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    On the points... most of the points went to my sisters who also happen to be my BFFs. FI's sister, nope you generally don't make me happy to be around you. Hell that's not even true of one of my BFF's. I love her but homegirl can be kind of annoying sometimes.

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  • wrigleyvillewrigleyville Chicago member
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    There is so much wrong with this... I can't even start...

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  • cupcait927cupcait927 Western NY wine country member
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    My old roommate, whom I now very much dislike, has a wedding board on pinterest. She's 27 and has the mentality of a 15 year old so I decided to peruse her pins. The whole thing made me throw up in my mouth a little bit. I'll have to go stalk it again and see what she's pinned that HASN'T already been posted here.
  • thisismynickname2thisismynickname2 City By The Lake member
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    I have to seriously snark on the Tiffany blue thing.  Even before Pinterest was created, a sorority sister of mine did the Tiffany blue theme.

    It looked horrible.

    She chose taffeta for the bridesmaid dresses and the chair ties.  Taffeta. In Tiffany blue. It screamed 80's, especially because the dresses were floor length with asymmetrical pickups. 

    (That being said, a coworker also chose Tiffany blue but made much better choices in fabric and gown styles so it wasn't tacky-city.)  
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  • InkdancerInkdancer The Shire member
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    There is so much wrong with this... I can't even start...
    Actually, barring family and long-time family friends, I can totally get behind this. Why invite people you don't really have a relationship with?
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  • theartistformerlyknownastheartistformerlyknownas peaced out. member
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    Inkdancer said:
    There is so much wrong with this... I can't even start...
    Actually, barring family and long-time family friends, I can totally get behind this. Why invite 
    people you don't really have a relationship with?
    "Have you ever spent time together outside of work?" - I spend 40+ hours a week with my coworkers... I don't need to see them over the weekend too to consider them my friends. That's longer than I see my other friends or family in a week.

    "Has your FI ever met this person?" - Between out of state family, friends we don't see as often as we'd like due to schedules, and those friends' spouses, there will probably be 100 people at our wedding who one of us has never met before. A few more neither of us has ever met, if they're someone's new SO. Doesn't mean we shouldn't invite them.

    "Would this person invite you to their wedding?" - Irrelevant. The size and contents of someone else's guest list are not my business.

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  • InkdancerInkdancer The Shire member
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    Inkdancer said:
    There is so much wrong with this... I can't even start...
    Actually, barring family and long-time family friends, I can totally get behind this. Why invite 
    people you don't really have a relationship with?
    "Have you ever spent time together outside of work?" - I spend 40+ hours a week with my coworkers... I don't need to see them over the weekend too to consider them my friends. That's longer than I see my other friends or family in a week.

    "Has your FI ever met this person?" - Between out of state family, friends we don't see as often as we'd like due to schedules, and those friends' spouses, there will probably be 100 people at our wedding who one of us has never met before. A few more neither of us has ever met, if they're someone's new SO. Doesn't mean we shouldn't invite them.

    "Would this person invite you to their wedding?" - Irrelevant. The size and contents of someone else's guest list are not my business.
    That's fair. I don't think any one of these things is an instant no, but if none of these are true then I would reconsider that person.
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  • There is so much wrong with this... I can't even start...

    Wow, this would widdle our list down to wedding party and parents only. Lol, both of our families are all over the country. Friends too.

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  • ashley8918ashley8918 Chicago Suburbs member
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    And now brides have to assign points to their friends in order to determine whether or not they are good enough to be bridesmaids. I can see it now with the snowflakes: "Oh even though I hang out with you every Friday, we have only known each other for 4 years, my parents were the first people that I called, and I don't trust your opinion on fashion, so you only get 2 points. You need 6 to be my bridesmaid, sorry. But you can still man the guest book for me!"

     

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    Welp. My MOH doesn't even "make the cut".

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