Entitled Brides You Won't Believe Exist

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  • lilgiggler35
    lilgiggler35 Il y a 11 mois +3521

    I got married 3 weeks after we were engaged. A friend gave me her wedding gown. we ordered a sheet cake from a local supermarket. His sister did the flower arrangements and we had the ceremony right after Sunday services. Our honeymoon was a one night stay at a local bed and breakfast. We just celebrated our 11th anniversary earlier this year.

    • Michelle Engle
      Michelle Engle Il y a 7 jours

      Congratulations

    • Greta Tagliavia
      Greta Tagliavia Il y a mois

      I love this!!!!!!!!!!! Both of my older kids were married recently and had beautiful weddings nothing crazy but a celebration of their love (my son had been dating his now wife for 8 years and my daughter had been dating her now husband for 6 years, but my parents had a happy and beautiful wedding and ( I still have her wedding dress, which is incredible) marriage of 57 years after 6 months!!)

    • poodlegirl55
      poodlegirl55 Il y a mois

      A fancy wedding doesn't make a good marriage. Congrats. I had a small quicky wedding and have been married 47 years.

    • SherryDA2018 BB
      SherryDA2018 BB Il y a mois +1

      Thats what Im talking about!😊

    • therealZENA
      therealZENA Il y a mois

      This is beautiful

  • William Mars
    William Mars Il y a 3 mois +51

    When my late wife and I got married she made her own dress and the wedding cake, all within a week. We had been together for about 2 years when she said yes and I suggested that we get married on my birthday (because the husband always forgets the anniversary, right?) so we got married with me in a borrowed suit and her in a beautiful hand made wedding dress. We were together for almost 18 years when I lost her to cancer.

    • Barbara Bavier
      Barbara Bavier Il y a 6 jours +1

      My friend, I can so relate. We had 75 guests, just a best man and maid of honor, an amateur photographer, a dj, and sandwiches and beer. We were married for almost 29 years when I lost him to cancer.
      I’m sorry for your loss.
      Younger people, you don’t have to have an extravagant wedding to have a good marriage.

    • DarkXTC
      DarkXTC Il y a 11 jours +2

      Seems like you just married for love (and i love the pragmatism with the date^^) then for the wedding ^^

    • bobo clown
      bobo clown Il y a mois +5

      I am so sorry for your loss 😇

  • Hannah J
    Hannah J Il y a 7 mois +773

    For my best friend's wedding, she wanted me in a dress that cost $90. Perfectly reasonable. However, my husband and I were extremely poor at the time, and were traveling out of state to get there (in our car that ended up breaking down on the way). My amazing friend covered the dress for me very graciously so I could be in her wedding. I think for their 7 year anniversary I'm going to send her $90 and a thank you.

    • Kelly Frazier
      Kelly Frazier Il y a 7 jours

      @gill24mac I completely agree! Why should a bridesmaid have to pay for a dress to be in someone else's wedding??? Where I am from it is considered quite tacky to insist that a bridesmaid pay for the dress 👗

    • IYAAYAS
      IYAAYAS Il y a 22 jours

      I tried for my friend but she backed out of the bridal party at the last minute explaining, "The Bride shouldn't have to pay for my dress."
      Uh....if I want you there in that dress that you helped pick out via voting, I should pay. Your friendship means more to me than anything else. That's the day I truly realized she wasn't a real friend (red flags were everywhere before this but I excused them throughout my childhood).

    • dmf1301
      dmf1301 Il y a 2 mois +1

      @PotionsMaster007 sorry. I just meant that it’s a ridiculous idea to put forth - that you can’t find a dress cheaper than $550.
      I didn’t mean to upset you personally, though. I’m sorry.
      I hope your wedding went well and all your friends loved whatever clothes you chose. 😊

    • Aulestia, Manuela
      Aulestia, Manuela Il y a 3 mois

      Aww! Yeah that’s nice :)

    • MM T
      MM T Il y a 4 mois +5

      @PotionsMaster007 You sound like such a lovely lady. You obviously care about the people you have invited, and are in a a position to help that ones that might not be able to afford it so you can spend your day with them. I hope your wedding is absolutely beautiful for yourself, your husband and everyone involved. Bless you and your husband, may you both have a happy future together.

  • iam atoaster
    iam atoaster Il y a 10 mois +775

    "Women like this actually have husbands?"
    Well, yes, all ex husbands were once husbands.

    • sherpaderp dingo
      sherpaderp dingo Il y a 19 jours

      Some women get real crazy with their weddings. My sister in law was the same but shes a legit good woman/wife and seeing her like that was surreal.

    • Pat Stokes
      Pat Stokes Il y a 2 mois +3

      Ya but not for long.

    • Lamia's Crimes
      Lamia's Crimes Il y a 3 mois +9

      @EP Either that or these men marry those women just because they provide good sex, which... To me is an awful amount of effort and commitment for such a thing but oh well

    • Ms. Tray
      Ms. Tray Il y a 6 mois +9

      😂😂😂😂

  • Kaya A
    Kaya A Il y a 9 mois +181

    I remember when I got married, I wanted my bridesmaids to wear red and recommended a shorter dress since photos were outdoor in summer. They all happened to pick the same dress, but I was so confused when they asked me about how I wanted them to do their hair, makeup, accessories, etc. I just told em to do what made them comfortable, and now I see why that was probably unusual.
    Also, people need to stop begging photographers to work for free or cheap. Getting professional photos is a vastly greater quality if you can get a package. One of the things I'm so glad we were able to get - our photographer was so great. He dang well dove in front of me when he thought my husband was gonna see me before the ceremony XD

    • skaterboy3718
      skaterboy3718 Il y a 16 jours

      Maybe it is just me but where I am from most photographers are self taught. I think there are five or six wedding photographers from my church. I am sure they are great but none of them have formal training. All have training for different careers. One in my opinion is in conflict as pastor of the church.

    • Katrina Pettirose
      Katrina Pettirose Il y a 3 mois +1

      Sounds like a great chill wedding
      And an awesome photographer 😄

    • Rain
      Rain Il y a 5 mois +3

      @Cynthia Wilkins Lots of peopls don't charge people they love. That's how it's done. No one should ever ASK for free or discounted work. It's totally different of soneone offers.

    • Rain
      Rain Il y a 5 mois +8

      People try to get hair and make-up (and wedding soloists) for cheap, too. I don't work on brides anymore. If I do, I bring a team. I will gladly do bridesmaids or mothers of the bride. Brides need their own person. Or at least one persoin from a team. The expectations are SO high. Some cannot be pleased. I require a trial appointment and contract IF I decide to do a bride.

    • Cynthia Wilkins
      Cynthia Wilkins Il y a 5 mois +19

      A friend of the family gave us our photos as their wedding gift. They are retired photographers, so I asked if they knew anyone who was still doing it that they recomended. They said they would do it and then wouldn't let me pay them. Then they also kind of served as bouncers that I had anticipated needing 😆. I was blown away by the generosity of so many people.

  • Chaitanyaaaaaaa
    Chaitanyaaaaaaa Il y a an +7773

    *These women don't want marriages, they just want weddings.*

    • Here and Genderqueer.
      Here and Genderqueer. Il y a 3 jours

      Honestly society has raised us to want weddings over marriages. That it's our special, perfect day. One day where everything we could ask for and dream is given to us.

    • Drift Wood
      Drift Wood Il y a 11 jours

      Going on my 3rd bridezilla video and this by far is the best comment ever!!!!

    • Lauren
      Lauren Il y a 16 jours

      True. I don't want to even have a wedding having so much attention makes me so uncomfortable lol

    • Roxann Souci
      Roxann Souci Il y a 22 jours

      The idea that a photographer would reimburse the married couple if they divorce is wild! Sheer craziness.

    • Jersey Jett
      Jersey Jett Il y a 25 jours

      Said perfectly

  • Em Custard
    Em Custard Il y a 4 mois +31

    My bridezilla story: a friend of mine and I were both bridesmaids, and she has a service dog. The bride asked her repeatedly if she had to have her service dog at the wedding. Obviously, yes! The bride's mom gave her dirty looks the whole rehearsal dinner. Also, the bride and I are both special education teachers. How only one of us understands the necessity of service dogs is beyond me.

    • Jay Rae Waves
      Jay Rae Waves Il y a 10 jours

      wow 😲 that's sad that she even thought to say that to her 😞

  • Nikki Berns
    Nikki Berns Il y a 6 mois +383

    I was called “bridezilla” once…by someone who I’d quietly pulled aside after she commandeered my wedding ring shopping trip into an All About Her inquiry into a gold necklace she didn’t even buy. The jewelry store clerk was very visibly uncomfortable and kept giving me apologetic looks while this “friend” kept interrupting me to ask about literally anything other than why we were there (to pick out my fiancé’s wedding ring). After I (privately) told her this was NOT OKAY and that we won’t be able to go shopping together if this is how she’s going to behave, she went and LITERALLY CRIED to my fiancé that I was being “a total bridezilla”. I’m not sure what upset me more - her lies or the fact that he remotely believed her and talked to me about it. Eh, whatever. Engagement was called off anyways 😅
    Edit to add: She’d been crushing on him since high school and threw a FIT when we started dating, let alone got engaged. In hindsight idk why I brought her with…I’m owning up to my own idiocy lol

    • sherpaderp dingo
      sherpaderp dingo Il y a 19 jours +1

      Women get so weird about this stuff. I took my brother to a bachelor party at a ski resort in the summer (its a very popular spot for bachelor/ette parties in my area because there is so much to do). I saw 2 maid's of honour cause a huge stink about very minor things in the same bar within 1 hour (different parties). They both basically said, in so many words, "IM RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS PARTY AND YOU NEED TO DO EXAVTLY WHAT I TELL YOU". Things got crazier after that but Im too lazy to type it all out right now.

    • Corneelius TheReptileQueen
      Corneelius TheReptileQueen Il y a 3 mois +1

      Oh you guys broke up? (From what I’m reading that’s what I’m understanding)

    • Estef Lopez
      Estef Lopez Il y a 3 mois +7

      You saved yourself you did the right thing .

    • Mellythibs
      Mellythibs Il y a 4 mois +8

      @meeprific yeah, that sounds like it was a wakeup call sort of thing at the end of the day...still sorry, you had to deal with that

    • Peace & Love
      Peace & Love Il y a 5 mois +15

      @meeprific ... Literally what I was going to type 😂

  • Rebekah Macy
    Rebekah Macy Il y a 9 mois +343

    Ms. Dobre, as an almost 35 year old, single woman who is also low maintenance and not a psycho, I completely feel you on the bewilderment.

    • Jeff Johnson
      Jeff Johnson Il y a mois +1

      33, male, Single, never married, no kids, home owner, stable job. I am starting to think I will just never understand women. I'm a very simple man. I ask for basically nothing but a great sense of humor and that they will be there for me as much as I am for them.

    • Molly F Chappell
      Molly F Chappell Il y a 3 mois

      As a 30 year old that's been married for 5 years I'm also quite shocked. This level of entitlement is just outrageous

    • LiL' Pixie
      LiL' Pixie Il y a 4 mois +2

      When my husband and I first met... We ate at firehouse subs and went dutch. After dinner I suggested we watch a movie at his place since I had a shitty roommate at the time. He said he didn't want me to come over because he didn't have nice stuff and his apartment was crappy. Shocked I looked at him and reiterated I was there to hang out with HIM and not his furniture and stuff.
      We have been married 8 years 😁

    • Terra_the _Nightingale
      Terra_the _Nightingale Il y a 5 mois +1

      @Sakthiya Jayakumar If it makes you feel better I think every living thing requires maintenance of some kind. Pets, people, plants etc.

    • Elizabeth Bennett
      Elizabeth Bennett Il y a 5 mois +2

      Ok I am 24 thinking I have plenty of time but thinking I may still be that way at 35 is only slightly scary. I have been coming to terms with the idea of being single forever. I only want to get married for the right reasons, to the right man, but that's rare, so I know I need to be prepared it may never happen. Oh well. I'm happy with my life as it is. I have friends, family, a goddaughter, and career goals...i just may never have romance. It's ok. Wanting it for the sake of the experience feels kinda selfish, anyway.

  • Smart N Sassy
    Smart N Sassy Il y a 9 mois +183

    As a twice married woman, trust me when I say that the wedding ends in a few hours but the marriage lasts years, or in Karen’s case, only months. My boss got married, spent 70k, was getting divorced within 6 months. They were so focused on planning this blow out wedding that they barely noticed they weren’t right for each other.
    Instead of a wedding, desire the love of your life and a true partner. Weddings are pretty much a BS overpriced money making industry, hyped up to make people feel like they have to keep up with the Jones’. A good man will come along, just wait. And when he does, I hope you will see that the wedding is just one day of parting but a good man is for life. :)

    • Madilyn Anderson
      Madilyn Anderson Il y a 4 mois +2

      My thoughts exactly! The only things me and my husband were not compromising on for our wedding was the date and the location. We wanted to get married on February 21st and we wanted to be married in our church's temple. Everything else was lovely and turned out great, and our families helped so much, so it didn't really matter when little details got changed around to fit our budget and schedule and the amount of work would be needed. If it was too hard, too expensive, or too time consuming then it didn't really need to be in the reception. And what we did do was lovely and it was a great day and that's all that mattered. We didn't even do matching bridesmaid dresses because I kind of don't like that concept. I told my sister's and soon to be sister in laws that of they wanted a new dress they could pick whatever they wanted and whatever price and color, and as long as they loved their dresses (and would hopefully want to wear them again so they could get some good use out of them) that I didn't care what they wore, and one of my sister's actually wore a dress she already had and they all looked beautiful. I think it's great that weddings can be this big massive celebration and how elaborate and creative people get with their weddings, but I think once the wedding is the only thing you think of and is damaging your relationships with your friends and loved ones that you may have gone too far and lost the focus of what a wedding is all about, you marrying someone you love and sharing that happiness with your other loved ones. The day doesn't have to be perfect in every detail to be a perfect memory of a day.

    • Smart N Sassy
      Smart N Sassy Il y a 7 mois +7

      @B I agree!! Sorry, I didn’t really mean wait for a miracle. I mean wait for the right one but also actively look.
      After so many bad relationships, I sat down and made a detailed list of the things that were important and things that didn’t matter to me. For example, I really wanted someone with a steady job, a decent vehicle, an ability to spell and someone who is kind. Those were must haves for me. However, I was ok with him not having a full head of hair and having children. By the time I was 36 and looking seriously, ruling out men with perfect hair and kids would have seriously cut down the pool of good and available men.
      Anyway, after I got my list together, I started an online dating profile. I made it clear in my profile the basic things I wanted. I said if you don’t meet this criteria, please do not bother to reply. I also asked them to write back with what was important to them. The ones who wrote back with lewd comments were deleted and blocked immediately as were people pressuring me into meeting that day. Also, if men popped in and didn’t meet my basic criteria, delete. Gradually, there were several people of interest that I communicated with for a few weeks at a time but as soon as I saw one of my red flags pop up (one guy wanted bus fare to be able to come meet with me) I nicely said no thanks. I kept on this pursuit until I eventually met my current husband. We wrote these long emails back and forth for three weeks getting to know each other. Eventually we started talking on the phone and eventually had our first date. He met every criteria on my must have list. Later on, he told me he loved me before even meeting me in person.
      So my advice is to work at dating like it’s a job. Figure out what’s realistically important to you, don’t even accept people one toe into your life until you already know they meet your basic criteria. When I got to a certain age, I realized how much time I had wasted with good looking boys who really weren’t relationship material. So write down your list and if these people don’t match it, NEXT!!! Good luck with the ❤️ search and be careful out there!!

    • B
      B Il y a 7 mois +5

      45 and still waiting. To the young....be actively looking, waiting for him to knock on your door doesn't happen. Trust me.

    • Andrea the Music Owl
      Andrea the Music Owl Il y a 8 mois +4

      this...this is a good comment

  • AC4X
    AC4X Il y a 8 mois +256

    To be fair to the bride whose brother scheduled his wedding for three months after hers-asking non-local family and friends to travel to two weddings so close together is kind of a lot, especially if it involved flying and staying in a hotel for several days. There are likely going to be people who can’t afford to go to both, and that sucks if those people are close family members.

    • Joanne Evertz
      Joanne Evertz Il y a jour

      My nephew set his wedding date Aug 1st. Then his Older sister set her wedding date for 5 weeks later. Yea she was a bi%$#.

    • AC4X
      AC4X Il y a 20 jours +1

      @TroColp68 some people like the idea of a combined wedding. Others do not. It’s not a be-all, end-all solution

    • Patty Liedel
      Patty Liedel Il y a 21 jour

      This seems kind of legit in that the bride herself may be expected to participate in many events surrounding her brother’s wedding day. Kind of a bear to have to be helping plan showers, going bridesmaid dress shopping and for fittings, picking gifts, and potentially so much more while she’s coming up on her own wedding day with so much to manage already.

    • TroColp68
      TroColp68 Il y a 2 mois +1

      If you are that concerned in the timing and how your guests will fare monetarily...
      Combine the 2 weddings together on the same day...
      then people will be able to spen more on the couples, and will have a memory they will NEVER forget...

    • Kareen Spence
      Kareen Spence Il y a 3 mois +6

      This is so true I am one who went through this and it ruined my day because unlike the poster my sister did it before mine that I had spent a year planning and paying for to have more than half of my family say they could not come back for mine because they where from out of the country and the plane tickets cost to much so they left me the gifts and warm wishes. I ended up canceling it, losing money and having a small home wedding. My sister’s marriage lasted six months before she got bored of her ex and left him for an other by that time it was useless to replan then wedding I had lost my grandmother, grandfathers and father the people I really wanted there. I am mad at her for it and so is my husband of 20 years. That is why I say the poster has the right to fell like that and her brother is a JERK!

  • The Cutting Gardener
    The Cutting Gardener Il y a 6 mois +26

    I used to feel the same way, Charlotte. I was in my late 20’s and early 30’s, most of my friends were married, and I was single. I was a bedside nurse at the time, and would have patients that were terrible, nasty women but their husbands were sweet and devoted. I would get so miffed and upset that these nice men married these witchy women; meanwhile I had a good paying job and was not crazy. I ended up meeting the most wonderful man and getting married a few years later. My friends often say how sweet my husband is and how he’s the most chivalrous man they know. I’m so grateful everyday to have him, and it was definitely worth the wait. Hang in there.

  • Clarissa Tarno
    Clarissa Tarno Il y a 4 mois +13

    Watching these videos makes me feel better about not having a big wedding. My husband and I got married in secret because I didn’t want my mom getting angry with me because of me getting disability check at the time. I mean, seriously. So much easier. And I wore my blue jeans and a comfortable shirt just like my husband did. Greatest night ever.

  • Adventures of D-Day
    Adventures of D-Day Il y a 7 mois +11

    Oh man, this reminds me of my sister. 10 months before her wedding and I got engaged. She said she couldn’t be happy for me because I was purposely ruining her wedding and that the year was supposed to be about her. She asked that we wait to tell anyone publicly that we were engaged until a year AFTER her wedding and then wait at least another year to get married. This was the same dinner when she said “I don’t want you to be in my wedding party, but mom insists”….dude…I don’t want to be in your wedding party either! I ended up breaking off my own engagement about a year later so now she only hates me because “that guy” is in all the wedding pictures and ruined everything bahaha. This is why I will never have a wedding ha! Courthouse or Vegas for me baby!

    • FredRated1967
      FredRated1967 Il y a 22 jours +1

      No, go to Lake Tahoe in the summer. 70s during the day, 50s at night. Much prettier part of Nevada in my opinion.

  • Laura Gardner Yoga
    Laura Gardner Yoga Il y a an +1780

    When my Aunty got married she invited everyone over to her house for her birthday and asked them to dress smart, once everyone was there she took the candles off the cake and put a wedding topper on and said welcome to our wedding!

    • mered30
      mered30 Il y a 2 mois

      @Darren Robinson or other bride

    • Katrina Pettirose
      Katrina Pettirose Il y a 3 mois

      Thats awesome! Such a good idea

    • Harshita Bhuyan
      Harshita Bhuyan Il y a 3 mois

      That's awesome. A surprise wedding for the guests. 😂

    • Aneeza Zafar
      Aneeza Zafar Il y a 3 mois

      Yep..that's how I'll get married.. casual and easy where everyone can be themselves and have a good time..a wedding should be a place where you get to celebrate with all the people you love not a day where you're pointing out every person's insecurity and pushing them to their edge.. give your aunt a hug from me 💕

    • Shea Gaier
      Shea Gaier Il y a 4 mois +2

      My grandma did something similar for her birthday wedding to my step grandpa. It surprised all of us when we saw the rabbi on my aunt and uncle's lawn lol

  • Miss Anthrope
    Miss Anthrope Il y a 9 mois +79

    I've had cancer twice and after my hair grew back the second time I decided I would always just do whatever I wanted with it. Now my best friend is WAAAAAAYYYYY younger than me, and conservative to my just a bit wild. I was maid of honor in her wedding. She was not a bridezilla at all. In fact, I made must of her choices about the wedding because she's just that laid back. The only thing she really asked of me was to have a normal hair color. I don't think that was too much to ask. These are their pictures that they will keep forever. I understood that she didn't want my hair some unnatural color. I know she would have done the same for me. So I had no problem doing that for her.

    • Cynthia Wilkins
      Cynthia Wilkins Il y a 5 mois +5

      I think there is a world's dofference between "I want you in my wedding. By the way, this is the look I'm hoping for. I want YOU there regardless." And "This is the look I'm going for. I think you'll fit my color scheme well."

    • Tirya Clearsong
      Tirya Clearsong Il y a 6 mois +5

      I have really, really long hair. It's to my thighs. I'm pretty easy going with hair on others as a result. If I had a bridesmaid with brightly colored hair I'd probably just request the roots be touched up and the color not be too faded on the actual day. I would pay for this though and they could have whatever color they want. I know color is bloody expensive and if I want something I wouldn't want to burden them with the expense.

    • Sandy Tomlinson
      Sandy Tomlinson Il y a 7 mois +13

      I bleached my blue hair back to blonde for a beloved friend's wedding (too bad, the dresses were blue and it would have looked much nicer than platinum), but she wasn't a horrible demanding cow, so I was happy to do it. I don't know what level of friendship some of these brides have with their bridesmaids that they can't communicate like adults.

    • Atheteus Alexopoulos
      Atheteus Alexopoulos Il y a 8 mois +20

      I think at the end of the day it depends on how you approach people. My husband in I both have a darker fashion and we like a lot of assessories. My sil asked us to be in her wedding and asked very nicely that we have natural hair color and that we don't accessorize so we didnt.

  • Kimberly MH
    Kimberly MH Il y a 5 mois +8

    My sister in-law got engaged the same year I got married. And I was SO EXCITED!! Weddings in our family are so fun and so romantic. They had a beautiful day and me and my husband enjoyed it like normal people. As newlyweds we love love!!

  • Clara Catlady
    Clara Catlady Il y a 10 mois +58

    Even if it’s “my” special day I would feel really unfulfilled and bad if my guest left feeling like they had a bad time/experience.
    Sure the day is about the groom and bride but it’s also supposed to be about sharing this wonderful experience with friends and family, not them being your servants.

    • Cynthia Wilkins
      Cynthia Wilkins Il y a 5 mois

      Exactly! We wanted a day to celebrate with the people who had helped us become who we are and get where we are. It was all about everyone having a good time together.

  • Anne Boleyn
    Anne Boleyn Il y a 6 mois +25

    We got married in our backyard with family, about 15-20 people. My coworker made me a faux, absolutely beautiful little bouquet, my dress and shoes were less than $80 together, and my boss brought mini chimis for the food. We also completely forgot about a cake, so luckily my mother in law brought one just from the grocery store. Then we all took shots and got drunk. It was perfect.

    • Cynthia Wilkins
      Cynthia Wilkins Il y a 5 mois +2

      We had a pretty big wedding. We couldn't afford a big wedding, but when we told people we were keeping it small because we couldn't afford much, the offers just started piling in. A group of ladies from a church nearby made a bunch of sheet cakes. A couple of family friends who were retired photographers did our photography. My MIL made the invitations. My bridesmaids and I made the bouquets. My parents gave us enough to cover the venue (which wasn't a huge expense, since we got married at my husband's church) we found a jackpot garage sale whre I got everything I needed for centerpieces, tablecloths, advice cards (in lieu of a guest book), candles to line the aisle, etc. for like $40 total. I got a second hand dress fpr $50. Our dads co-officiated. We thought we were gping to have a small wedding, because we were broke college kids. Instead, we ended up with this huge wedding. It was so much fun to just get to be with everyone.

  • Carol G
    Carol G Il y a 10 mois +1405

    When you said "you mean to tell me there are women like this with future husbands and I don't? ... I'm so low maintenance compared to these psychos!" I felt that down to my core. Girl, same.

    • Joey
      Joey Il y a mois +1

      Yeah same here! I can’t imagine being this wound up over a simple wedding

    • Regina Evaslin
      Regina Evaslin Il y a mois

      I relate to this comment very much. Definitely low maintenance, I've had to admit to myself though that lots of men apparently love women who are that high maintenance (ie it's all about meeeee).

    • Jack's medulla oblongata
      Jack's medulla oblongata Il y a mois

      @《 ◇ Froggii_ ◇ 》 wait to have a baby! I was 21 and just barely able and we had $$$. It's a long life but she's 31 now.

    • Tani N.
      Tani N. Il y a 2 mois

      Same 👏

    • Katrina Pettirose
      Katrina Pettirose Il y a 3 mois +1

      Yes! Thats the end of that sentence I've been trying to think of for the last ten minutes binge watching all these bridezilla video. 🤣

  • Greta Tagliavia
    Greta Tagliavia Il y a mois +3

    I have watched several of these and am completely overwhelmed!!! I feel so grateful for my daughter and daughter in law because their weddings were beautiful and so much fun for everyone!!

  • Elizabeth Burns-Gundel
    Elizabeth Burns-Gundel Il y a 4 mois +6

    I finally understood bridezillas when I got married. I spent 5 hours holed up in the bathroom while my family and friends ran around, making everything perfect. But I didn't do any directing; I felt so serene, loved, and trusting. But I realized it's the brides who don't trust the people making decisions who make the biggest fuss.

  • Paula Treat
    Paula Treat Il y a 4 mois +5

    Oh goodness! For my wedding, my sister in made our cake (delicious and gorgeous). My friends were photographers ( I even think to ask for a discount).
    I made all the flowers, and center pieces. I bought things in the clearance section and embellished them.
    And when it came to the registry, I actually had one family member say we went too cheap on things we picked out.
    I was not raised rich. My husband's family is not rich. We just wanted a wonderful day to celebrate our love for each other and for our family. These bridezillas just baffle me.

  • GhostDrummer
    GhostDrummer Il y a 4 mois +15

    I was asked to be a best man at a wedding for a guy I barely knew. I figured he didn’t have many friends, so I told him I would. About two weeks before the wedding, he informed me that his fiancée decided she wanted the groomsmen to have beards. I told him I was unable to do that because my job required me to be clean shaven. His fiancée told me to just take two weeks off so I could grow a beard…I noped out of that situation.
    His mother saw me a few months later and told me that she was so sorry for how they acted. I told her it wasn’t a big deal, but I really was curious as to why the bride made that sudden request. His mom rolled her eyes and said it was from a picture in a bridal magazine. All the men in the picture had beards, so she wanted the men in her wedding to have beards. His mom said it was a stupid thing to demand because her son couldn’t even grow a mustache, let alone a beard.

  • DARIVS ARCHITECTVS
    DARIVS ARCHITECTVS Il y a 4 mois +2

    Charlotte, I stumbled across your videos and binged watched you for the past two hours. As a married man, I think you are quite the catch for any lucky man and it's only a matter of change and circumstance before you find Mr. Right, especially with that bubbly personality and sense of humor. Your future is super bright! God Bless...

  • Stupid Blue Goblin
    Stupid Blue Goblin Il y a 3 mois +2

    I've been to three weddings in my life and all three have been very fun and pleasant, minus the drunk and disorderly karaoke during one reception, and even that was rather entertaining.

  • Sami Rezler
    Sami Rezler Il y a 6 mois +1

    My parents got married in my grandparents' backyard with about 50 guests, wearing a homemade dress, with a cake made by a family member, which was free, and she was pregnant with my brother. Lol you don't have to make it difficult if you really love the person.
    They just celebrated their 40th anniversary 10/24!

  • silverblade357
    silverblade357 Il y a 6 mois +1

    I once got uninvited from a wedding because a supposed friend found me and my then-girlfriend had broken up and didn't want any single people "messing with the energies" on her wedding day.
    She was divorced by the end of the year!

  • B.F
    B.F Il y a an +1549

    In my early 20’s I was in one of my best friends weddings, the bridesmaids dresses were $300 & they all knew I couldn’t afford anything over $150...so instead of making me feel like sh*t, the bride and all bridesmaid pitched in to cover what I couldn’t afford 😢 still makes me tear up when I think about it.

    • Anonymous Account
      Anonymous Account Il y a 2 mois

      thats really sweet - good friends

    • Morgan
      Morgan Il y a 3 mois

      Gal Pals 4 Lyfe

    • Toni Nitura
      Toni Nitura Il y a 4 mois

      I hope all of you are living good and healthy lives. You all deserve it. They obviously wouldn’t have pitched in if you were a bad person LOL! I love this story tbh. Very heart warming ❤️

    • Heatherdontcaresothere
      Heatherdontcaresothere Il y a 5 mois

      Isn't that kind of how it should be? Rather than leaving an important-to-you person out because of $$, you find a way to make it work?!?!? I don't get "modern" brides🙄

    • Cynthia Wilkins
      Cynthia Wilkins Il y a 5 mois

      That's how it should be! My wedding dress was $50, so there was no way I would have asked my bridesmaids to shell out hundreds. You should have seen my MOH's face when I showed her my top pick for her and it was only $36.

  • Katy
    Katy Il y a 6 jours

    The pregnancy ones always get me. When I was a BM for my best friend, we tried dresses on when I was around 5 months and would be 7months at time of the wedding. She and the shop were so considerate and thoughtful while picking out my dress (she had chosen a color and each BM had options for style). I ended up with a beautiful dress that had plenty of room for my belly and I loved it. She even let me were flats I'm the same color as the heels the rest of the party wore. Yes, a wedding is about the bride and groom, but it should also be a memorable and good time for those involved AND invited. I'm so over the "it's my day" mentality.

  • Jerepasaurus
    Jerepasaurus Il y a 6 mois +4

    I love going backwards in your vids, Char. So weird to see that the confident current you is like "AHH, SO HAPPY BEING SINGLE!" and then stepping back by months and you become "WHERE ARE ALL THE GOOD MEN?" I feel that, but also, its too much effort to find decent men. lol Just give me snacks and time to chill with my besties.

  • Catto_derp
    Catto_derp Il y a mois +1

    When I got married, we invited everyone in short notice. We couldn't make it more clear that we didn't expect anything as a gift. We just wanted to celebrate our love. My family made a HUGE deal out of it (no surprise there) and acted like they needed more time to prepare than we did for organising EVERYTHING plus for finding the dress etc. To this day I can still hear my mother's first reaction: "Do you even want us there?"
    To them I was the bridezilla... Just because I wanted them to attend... *sigh*

  • ZomBQueeen
    ZomBQueeen Il y a 6 mois +8

    For the Air Force story, we call those types of spouses “Dependapotamus”
    Urban dictionary definition: Traditionally a service-members dependent who is a "stay at home mom" that doesn't do a damn thing all day besides sitting on the couch.
    I’ve had so many come in to medical and want to be referred by their spouses rank 🤣

  • Mara Smith
    Mara Smith Il y a an +1639

    A few years later...
    "I wouldn't have married her if I knew she was crazy."
    Do you have to be beaten with the red flags to see them?!?! 😱

    • Molly H. Johns
      Molly H. Johns Il y a 4 mois

      Somehow this quote needs to be on a shirt and also on IG and whatever surface there is on Earth

    • Janoah Lee
      Janoah Lee Il y a 10 mois

      Yes, because it will help knock off those rose-colored glasses.

    • Ms Girly
      Ms Girly Il y a 11 mois +1

      @Mara Smith im glad you said the vice versa can be true because i feel like now everyone is correlating luxurious weddings with divorce and courthouse weddings with happily married for 55+ years but that really doesnt have to be the case. And if you can afford a more luxurious wedding and are not a bridzilla then you should enjoy that too.

    • A. K
      A. K Il y a 11 mois +2

      “Do you have to be beaten with the red flags to see them?!?!” 😂 I’m gonna have to use that saying one day… 👏

    • Scipio Africanus
      Scipio Africanus Il y a 11 mois +1

      @Mara Smith For the first kind you described your last line would be "Enjoy the drama and the divorce"

  • Carol R
    Carol R Il y a 5 mois +1

    Wow! Can you imagine wearing a jacket, or even just melting off expensive make-up that covers tattoos, in a December (summer) weather in an especially hot part of the Southern Hemisphere? What a Bridezilla! I hope the friend is able to drop some serious hints about what he is marrying without destroying their friendship, and not be around to help pick up the pieces from a woman's perspective.

  • Ana Perez
    Ana Perez Il y a 10 mois +4

    You don't have to act like a psychopath to find a husband.
    (Considering these bridezillas attitudes)
    You just have to find a guy who can double as a doormat.

  • Aseama Artistsin
    Aseama Artistsin Il y a 4 mois

    I'm with you hun! I'm still single as the day I was born and I think I am pretty laid back. Do we really have to be like these "entitled" people to land a spouse? Dang. If that's the case then I'll stay single and stay a fur-parent for life.

  • Jennifer Taylor
    Jennifer Taylor Il y a mois

    I just love you. You and your videos are just so real and so genuine. It's so refreshing to watch! I wish you all the success you so completely deserve! Thank you so much for brightening some dark days!

  • SaravanjaSteele
    SaravanjaSteele Il y a 11 mois +1640

    Do NOT cut your dreads off for a wedding. That's ridiculous.

    • Jay Rae Waves
      Jay Rae Waves Il y a 10 jours

      @Kelli Brenneke The only time you should cut your dreads is when someone close to you passes away. Dreads are very spiritual (it's supposed to be).......Iam considering growing them for my spiritual journey/walk with God. Alot of people get them as a trend, but that's not what they're attended to be for.

    • skaterboy3718
      skaterboy3718 Il y a 16 jours

      @Emory Zundel you can be cleancut with dreads!

    • dadotroll
      dadotroll Il y a 3 mois +1

      ... and find better friends mate xd

    • The Lefty's Journal
      The Lefty's Journal Il y a 4 mois

      @Kelli Brenneke is dreads , the braid hair or something.

    • Kelli Brenneke
      Kelli Brenneke Il y a 4 mois

      Dreads are beautiful and nobody should cut them unless they choose!!

  • Awesome Koga
    Awesome Koga Il y a 10 mois +3

    I’ve never been invited to a wedding where they ask you for certain amounts of money. I find that to be an insult and would take it personally.
    I would call a few friends who were also invited to discuss it, tell them my plan, RSVP, then arrive with just a card.
    What could they do? By the time they opened the card, the day would be over.

  • Jacquie Burcham
    Jacquie Burcham Il y a 6 mois +6

    The bride with the gift giving tiers, is going to be so shocked on her wedding day! A wedding gift, is just that a GIFT. Demanding a certain amount of be spent, is beyond rude. Their NOT obligated a give you anything. Lots of people will be offended by this demand, and just not attend. Especially now, when lots of people are unemployed, because of Covid. Just No Thanks

    • Yeda Kubík
      Yeda Kubík Il y a 6 mois +1

      @Jacquie Burcham I agree. I had a simple wedding ceremony, (my husband, my parents and two older family members as witnesses) . For the reception, my husband and I booked at an all you can eat buffet for us and other family members (50 persons in total). I did not asked our relatives for gifts, but we are happy we received some.

    • Jacquie Burcham
      Jacquie Burcham Il y a 6 mois +2

      @christyramosortiz Once again, I repeat, there is NO obligation! Yes, it has become custom, to supply a GIFT, usually from a registry these days. Usually there are options from low to higher priced items, because your guests will have different income levels. This shows proper love and respect to your friends and family, you shouldn't be put in a financial hardship for a GREEDY bride! If I received this, I would not be attending, and I would let the Bridezilla know exactly why, because you're tacky. If you want to start your marriage off on solid financial footing, have the wedding you can afford realistically and be GRATEFUL that people choose to share with You! This level of entitlement, is disgusting!

    • christyramosortiz
      christyramosortiz Il y a 6 mois

      Technically that’s not true. The point of the wedding gift is to help the new couple with starting on a proper financial footing. This is proper etiquette. Now… having been a bride, people were very excited to provide their input for what they wanted to see at my wedding but gave no money for it… yea, no 😂.

  • Janique Edwards
    Janique Edwards Il y a 5 mois

    Lol. I had 40+ guests at my wedding and about 5 gave me a gift. I was grateful either way.. Mannnn. My hubby and I bought everything for our bridesmaids. We knew it was hard for people but it was our wedding and to get what we wanted we just paid for it ourselves. And we had fun

  • EnglishSubOPMs
    EnglishSubOPMs Il y a 4 mois

    14:10 i find this funny and concerning at the same time since we have a supersition about getting bad luck or bad fate if your own wedding is held within the 1-year threshold of either a funeral or another wedding of a next of kin. like, there should at least 1 year apart before you can gather people again to avoid spreading "bad luck" or "death" to them. so, i kinda understand her pov.

  • Louise Dolloff
    Louise Dolloff Il y a an +665

    When I got married, we were college students with not a lot of money. Friends offered to make our cakes, and do the flowers, my mom sewed me a beautiful dress, my next door neighbor lent me her lovely veil, and my bridesmaids wore blue dresses that they already owned. We paid for the invitations, the venue, the official, gifts for the wedding party members and the friends who donated their time and expertise. It was a wonderful day, everyone had a wonderful time and best of all, we didn't end up with a huge debt on top of our student loans....

    • kiran Shah
      kiran Shah Il y a 11 mois +2

      ​@Nicole Rankin mental health isn't a joke.. like im sorry you didn't get enough attention and love as a child but NEVER and I mean NEVER EVERR invalidate someones feelings and what their going through.

    • Kooky JoeB
      Kooky JoeB Il y a 11 mois

      You got a thumbs up ....till you said student loans.....

    • cmlxjcky
      cmlxjcky Il y a 11 mois +1

      Lol, ask modern young women what they think about that.

    • tasha phanor
      tasha phanor Il y a 11 mois

      Wow,now that's beautiful

    • Drieux Koeppel
      Drieux Koeppel Il y a 11 mois +4

      @Taner Archibald no grandkids for us yet. I think we may not have any. Our oldest (age 36) is single, and has a high-powered career in College Administration-he’s now a Dean of Students at a private college. Our second son (age 33) is happily married to a wonderful man-they married in 2015. He told me once, “It’s not impossible for us, just more complicated!” If we don’t have grandchildren, it’s okay. I won’t be angry with our sons for their life choices. They are the best parts of both their dad and I. And that’s what’s most important. They’re both happy, successful men. That’s my dream for them both. Hubby and I (obviously) spent a ton of time together due to the lockdowns-and we realized that we do LOVE each other, but most importantly, we genuinely LIKE each other. He’s the finest person I’ve ever met. I’m a lucky, lucky woman, because he chose ME. “Grow old with me, the best is yet to be.” ‘Nuff said.

  • Sam
    Sam Il y a 6 mois +2

    When you said you were confused about the wedding being in summer (and December) it’s a good chance they live in Australia. Our summer is from December - February. Not a big deal but just thought I’d add that 😊

  • Jessica Reid
    Jessica Reid Il y a 5 mois +2

    My husband literally proposed outside the mall we went to after our Valentine's day dinner at Red Robin lol. He hates that he did it there but was already so nervous and anxious (he gets nervous planning surprises, because he can't keep a secret lol). I didn't care where we were, I was just happy to know I'd be spending the rest of my life with the person I love. We then got married on a Wednesday, because it was cheaper. There were 200 guests (90% my aunts, uncles, cousins... what can I say I come from a huge Mexican family). Our family offered to help with expenses although we paid for as much as we could and made our own decor, invitations, etc.

  • drlnielsen
    drlnielsen Il y a 27 jours +1

    The theme of a wedding is "we're getting married". The gift registry is the only reference to gifts the couple makes. Optional bachelor, bachelorette, and shower parties are thrown by someone other than the couple and last hours, not days.
    Thank you.

  • Jessi Neilsen Carreño

    I just went to a wedding where one of the bridesmaids was pregnant. It was beautiful!

  • Fye Elessarndra
    Fye Elessarndra Il y a an +3854

    Charlotte: summer in December? I'm confused...
    Southern Hemisphere: Allow me to introduce myself....

    • iAM DANGerous
      iAM DANGerous Il y a mois

      @KimCM67 k.

    • KimCM67
      KimCM67 Il y a mois

      @iAM DANGerous Apparently, you have never heard people from Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois speak. They all have different accents. Arkansas was an example of yours that has no accent; oh yes they do. Everyone has an accent relative to another country. This whole thread is a waste of time. It just proves that many people slept through geography.

    • 🖤Ali Ioana🖤
      🖤Ali Ioana🖤 Il y a 5 mois

      @Gladius Domina I thought America was more often taught as two continents now. North America and South America. I know it has to be taught as one continent at least somewhere, since there are still only five Olympic Rings, but idk if that’s an outdated teaching or if it’s something that’s simply taught differently in various parts of the world?

    • Claude Vinyard
      Claude Vinyard Il y a 6 mois

      So she can't imagine Santa getting fried by the sun in sea of fake snow, lucky her.

    • Melissa Leigh
      Melissa Leigh Il y a 7 mois

      Charlotte not realizing there’s a world outside North America. 😂

  • Carmel Tabby
    Carmel Tabby Il y a 25 jours

    When my younger sister got married, she asked me to grow my hair out so it would be long for pics and asked that my bf at the time shave his beard off. His beard was pretty long and we honestly thought that was asking a bit much but obliged anyway as she's my favourite sister. After listening to these stories, no, she was not a bridezilla or asking for much at all lol.

  • Lauren
    Lauren Il y a 16 jours

    I feel you, Charlotte! Me too! So many crazy girls are getting married and I've been single for almost forever! What the heck men why do you love crazy so much??

  • Ian Serota
    Ian Serota Il y a 6 mois

    Love your videos, they're super funny, love people calling self entitled losers out. Don't worry, any guy who doesn't want to marry you is missing out on all the laughs he will get to see when you tape your videos.

  • Kirrie Sushicat ô.o
    Kirrie Sushicat ô.o Il y a 4 mois

    You're so ADORABLE! Don't give up on love hun, I believe in you!!

  • Johanna Cook
    Johanna Cook Il y a 11 mois +2408

    When etiquette was a thing, it was taught that you NEVER ask for a gift. Gifts are optional. Your gift is your presence not your present(s).

    • Prommysmommy88
      Prommysmommy88 Il y a 8 mois

      👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 well said!!! I approve this comment 🤣🤣.... No seriously though I absolutely 100% concur.

    • Andrea the Music Owl
      Andrea the Music Owl Il y a 8 mois

      I hate it's ' required ' from everyone, and on top of that , such expensive things! I hope all the guests are rich. 😅

    • K O8
      K O8 Il y a 8 mois +1

      @Lord Aragon disturbing how much thought you've put into visiting your wrath upon these deluded fools...

    • Shara Hampton
      Shara Hampton Il y a 9 mois +2

      @moonscurse politely disagree. It's always tasteless to ask for money. Your guests are invited to help you celebrate, not foot the bill. I don't understand how all these women have drifted into this mindset.

  • delilahbelle2125
    delilahbelle2125 Il y a 8 mois

    None of my bridesmaids were really into wearing heels for various reasons. Because they were wearing short dresses (summer wedding), I asked them to wear heels (that I paid half the cost of) for the ceremony (max lasted 30 minutes start to finish), and gifted them all flats they could wear at the reception. I really tried to be level headed during my wedding planning, but I also tried not to get steam rolled by people who were more interested in what they wanted than what me and my partner wanted.
    As for the guest being asked to cover her tattoos, they should find those sleeves that look like tattoos and wear those. I mean, the tattoos are covered, right?

  • Lisa
    Lisa Il y a mois +1

    Do we believe any Bridezilla have ever had a good wedding? They have so high expectations for the day, nothing can live up to that? I can’t picture any of them being happy on the day if they are this stressed before it. And honestly I believe the longer you have spent planning your wedding, the shorter the marriage.

  • Paris Plough
    Paris Plough Il y a 2 mois

    Y’all we need to find her a husband she really deserves it 😭💕

  • 💗BobaBallSlushie💗
    💗BobaBallSlushie💗 Il y a 2 mois

    Yes, I think the same thing when I hear stories like these, "How do these women find someone who wants to be with them...forever!?" but as someone else already commented an ex husband was a husband at one point.

  • Karen Collison
    Karen Collison Il y a 2 mois

    My sister got married two months after me and I couldn’t of been happier about it as she was suppose to get married the year before me but it got postponed. It was nice to have someone who was going through the same stress of planning the wedding so we just talk it out and help each other out. I was a little worried that people would compare the weddings to be honest but I kept that to myself but they was so different that you couldn’t really compare the two

  • Lisa Breeze
    Lisa Breeze Il y a 6 mois +4

    I'm glad she read out Bride's Maid.. because as a healthcare worker, Bride's Maid was not the first thing that came to mind when I saw BM. 💀😅

  • Lora Beth T
    Lora Beth T Il y a 6 mois

    I was so the anti-bridezilla that 2 people called me and asked “when do I pick up my bridesmaids dress?” I just added them to my list 😂 I would have honestly skipped the wedding 💒 but my husband really wanted one! We definitely didn’t spend our life’s savings!!! We have been together since we were 11 years old and had a bunch of friends that wanted to be there, but looking back I don’t talk to a lot of them anymore. We’ve been married 18 years (so 29 together) and the marriage is just a day in the life you build, not the most important day 🤷🏼‍♀️

  • Titanium Vulpes
    Titanium Vulpes Il y a 6 mois

    "Is there anyone more entitled than a bride on her wedding day?" The groom's mother.

  • Nyx Hemera
    Nyx Hemera Il y a 9 mois

    🤣 omg I can relate girl! I hear this stuff and think to myself “how did these psychos get engaged and I’m still single???” Make it make sense! Lol

  • HL
    HL Il y a 10 mois +14

    The one about the girl being told to change her hair and covering her tattoos reminds me of when my brothers bitch of a wife made me dye my hair black when it was pink…. The dress and shoes she made me wear were pink…. WHY TF DID I HAVE TO DYE MY HAIR

    • Lucky 4leafedclover
      Lucky 4leafedclover Il y a 9 mois

      @HL not defending your brothers wife, just thought I would suggest the tips that I knew about hair dye, just incase you needed them.

    • HL
      HL Il y a 9 mois +2

      @Lucky 4leafedclover I’ve been dying my hair since I was 12 I was almost 14 at the time and now am 21 lol it was just super bs to be told to dye my hair black (which does not fade btw unless you want it to fade to brown lol) when my hair was pink which matched the dress and shoes

    • Lucky 4leafedclover
      Lucky 4leafedclover Il y a 9 mois

      Idk if that was recent for you, but if it was, that black dye will fade out within 1-2 months (2 months is stretching it)
      I’ve dyed my hair since I was in freshman year of high school (am now 20) and continued it ever since. Typically it’s even faster for me and it ends up being 3 weeks. As for getting the black out of your hair as quickly as possible once the wedding is over, the answer is simple: switch to hot water. Typically those of us who dye our hair do cold water to shower because that makes the colour stay in the hair longer, but when you want the opposite effect and to get rid of it, turn up the heat (literally XD)

  • Jenna Marie
    Jenna Marie Il y a 9 mois

    Charlotte's reactions are so gosh darn funny. I'm lovin it!

  • Bryce H
    Bryce H Il y a 4 mois

    It’s so hard to read these myself without just cringing so hard and getting angry, so you reading them for videos and reacting rationally to them makes me feel so validated lol

  • Ashley Pitcher
    Ashley Pitcher Il y a 9 mois +1

    Lmfao 😂🤣🤣 Thank you for your content Charlotte. You are making people all over the world smile everyday through the toughest times. 😘🏆🥔

  • Pokèmon Trainer Think
    Pokèmon Trainer Think Il y a 3 mois +1

    I had a covid wedding, Oct 2020. and we couldn't postpone if wanted the same venue cause the owner sold it and we were one of the last weddings to take place there and it was the most affordable venue in the state, so our guests went from 55 to about 30, unfortunately most of my wife's family couldn't travel due to their health conditions etc. Needless to say she was very sad that she only had about 9 of her friends and family show up, but we were very understanding and since we lived together for 2 years prior we already had most house amenities, so we didnt register for any gifts and didnt ask for any $$ either, we still made ALL of the expenses back in donations from our family with some to spare for our future honeymoon that we still haven't taken. My point? Don't be a zilla, your friends and family will spare what they can regardless of you asking for it or not.

  • Emma Reynolds
    Emma Reynolds Il y a 10 mois

    Yup I had the same ask as a guest from a bride about dying my pink hair for her wedding, and she didn't even have the decency to ask me. She asked through my boyfriend (who is neither my secretary or in control of my hair) a WEEK before the wedding. It's not like my hair was a new development, it had already been pink for a year.

  • Jessa
    Jessa Il y a 5 mois +1

    The most that I was asked to do when attending a wedding is to wear anything with neutral colors.

  • Hannah McGregor
    Hannah McGregor Il y a an +449

    My dad is a hairdresser; once he had a woman call 6 months after her appointment demanding a refund for the hairdo he did for her daughters wedding because she didn’t like the photos. She liked it the day he did it. But once she got the photos, she legitimately believed she deserved a refund. He just said no and hung up lol

    • Lafeshia Rhoden
      Lafeshia Rhoden Il y a an

      Dwl....sting!!!!

    • Inari Blue
      Inari Blue Il y a an +14

      Good for him!

    • Low Quality
      Low Quality Il y a an +39

      wtf this is crazy . i don't know how people handle this types of shitty things. refund because some old lady didn't like it !! your dad is a good person just said no .

  • Empath
    Empath Il y a 4 mois

    When you said that there's woman like this that actually have husbands and you don't I felt that really hard. My biggest dream is to find my forever best friend and have a family but I'm having no luck. Yet these entitled brides seem to easily find a man.

  • Krissy
    Krissy Il y a 2 mois

    You Crack me up!!! The faces and voices are so hilarious. XD My late husband and I got married at the court house, then partied in our backyard for 2 days. Some people are just idiots. A big wedding doesn't make a marriage *smh*

  • Toni Chacon
    Toni Chacon Il y a 6 mois

    As a licensed cosmetologist, these videos remind me why I don’t do bridal updos at all! Too much stress and pressure. Then some ppl arent willing to pay. If you want to be a “good friend” then pay your friends their worth in ANY trade! Geez

  • Jeanette McLaughlin
    Jeanette McLaughlin Il y a 2 mois

    When you want a person in your wedding party, you WANT the PERSON there. I have a sister who was not able to afford the dress I chose. We literally pitched in for her cuz we love her. These people are nuts.

  • AmyKAT
    AmyKAT Il y a an +394

    Honestly, someone’s presence at my wedding was gift enough. It showed they cared enough to be part of our special day. If they brought a gift, we were certainly thankful, but it was not expected.

    • Becky Boo
      Becky Boo Il y a 11 mois +2

      This was mine and my husbands attitude, we specifically said we just wanted our friends and family to be there and have fun. Hell, my husbands nephews turned up in jeans and t-shirts it was so relaxed. It was fab, everyone said they had a great time and we're still married 14yrs later.

    • AmyKAT
      AmyKAT Il y a an

      @Lisa Spikes I was only speaking for myself and my own wedding. I would take or send a gift to someone else’s wedding. I was just happy people were there. I didn’t even keep track if everyone brought a gift. I sent thank you notes to those who did.

    • Lisa Spikes
      Lisa Spikes Il y a an +1

      I agree with you to a point. I would never attend a wedding without bringing a gift. The expense of the gift depends a lot on how close I am to the couple, but I think a gift is mandatory. Only if you are destitute should you not bring a gift! Having said that, the bride, or the groom, should never demand a gift, or set a minimum price for gifts. That’s rude. The bridal gift registry is the best, because you can buy them something they want. But you don’t have to go by the registry. A lot of times, I think cash is a great gift, because they can always use cash! In the past, couples getting married were usually just starting out, and needed everything for their home. But a lot of times today, people are getting married later, and have already been living on their own. So they already have a toaster and a coffee maker, and an iron and sheets and towels and may even have China and flatware etc. They may even have 2 sets of everything if they both were living on their own. The last thing they need is another toaster!

    • hedgehog1965uk
      hedgehog1965uk Il y a an +10

      Your spouse is a very lucky person.

  • Ann-marie Meurs
    Ann-marie Meurs Il y a 6 mois +1

    My husband and I got married in a registry office on my lunch break. It was just the 2 of us and 2 witnesses I barely knew. It took 3 minutes. We stayed at a hotel across the street from the registry office that cost $80. We had our "wedding dinner" at the steakhouse next door and it was free because I used a gift voucher my job gave me for my birthday the year before. We spent our wedding night at a karaoke bar and played pool. I was 6 months pregnant at the time. No regrets. Best wedding I've ever been to 😀

  • Brock B
    Brock B Il y a 7 mois +1

    PSA for the Bridezillas: You don't get an entire year! You get ONE freaking day!!! 😅

  • devski2
    devski2 Il y a 2 mois

    I had to try on wedding dresses with a mask on back in July 2021. It wasn't ideal as it was a hot day and I ended up sweating buckets, but with a pandemic you have to do what you have to do to protect people 👍

  • Michelle Christine
    Michelle Christine Il y a 6 mois

    Your impression of entitled brides had me in stitches!! I had to put my phone down

  • Jay Pritchett
    Jay Pritchett Il y a 4 jours

    0:26 my little sister was my maid of honor, and she was *6 months pregnant* with mine and my hubby’s first nephew!
    7:16 and the bridesmaids dress I picked out was a $20 plain black dress (the groomsmen probably had to pay more, for their black shirt, white vest, and white tie 🤣)

  • Matthew
    Matthew Il y a 10 mois +2

    The crickets after "any takers?" just killed me! 😂

  • Borntobelucky 02
    Borntobelucky 02 Il y a 10 mois

    I had a sh0tgun wedding when I was 18 with a man I'd only been dating 4 months, wore my homecoming dress, borrowed rings for the ceremony and it was in front of complete strangers but these OPs are more of a mess than my trainwreck of a wedding.
    I can't wrap my mind about being entitled enough to extort my friends for my wedding or telling them they don't match the "vibe."

  • Haylee
    Haylee Il y a 7 mois

    Ahh I love this. This is my “how not to be a bitch on my wedding day” if anyone dresses up at mine all we ask is come dressed in Halloween costumes or for a funeral 🤣 we are a couple of weirdos and hopefully it’s nothing too big

  • Brian Ramsay
    Brian Ramsay Il y a an +139

    “You are already being gross, might as well be honest.” Words to live by.

  • Vickie Zierlein
    Vickie Zierlein Il y a mois

    Charlotte you are so beautiful and really funny. So glad I found your wonderful videos !

  • Robin Addis-Vaughn
    Robin Addis-Vaughn Il y a 10 mois

    I've wondered the same thing at times. Especially when I met my ex-husband's new wife. But, I am happily engaged to a wonderful man FINALLY!

  • Reptiles & Rodents
    Reptiles & Rodents Il y a 27 jours

    I found this today and I must say your hilarious. It makes you Start to feel bad for the guys, but then again there probably getting exactly what they deserve lol.

  • Emilio Sebastiao
    Emilio Sebastiao Il y a 6 mois +2

    Charlotte: doesn't recognize the existence of summer in December.
    Flat Earthers: *heavy sweating*
    ^_^

  • shymag4
    shymag4 Il y a an +52

    When I was younger my older sister flew off the rails that I was gonna be late to her wedding, I was driving up from tx to be there. After she went full crazy and was screaming at me that I had ruined her wedding I said let’s be honest I will be on time to the next one. Needless to say she really went off on me . Fun fact she’s on her third marriage I’m still on my first 😏

  • David Pietarila
    David Pietarila Il y a 11 jours

    You know what I like about these videos? The difference my wife on her worst day and these women on their best, is astronomical! In 25 years I have NEVER felt embarrassed about my wife.

  • Liliana & Scooter
    Liliana & Scooter Il y a 6 mois

    I am married to an Airman and let me tell you, it comes down to the benefits and privileges sometimes LOL. Before my husband and I got married, he was waitlisted and had to stay in the dorms despite him being able to afford an apartment without marriage. Priority is given to those who have high ranks or married people. 🤣
    Also, we dated 4 years before tying the knot.

  • Fragile Like A Bomb
    Fragile Like A Bomb Il y a 3 mois

    I have never heard of wedding gift requirements before today! This is nuts! 😱

  • Michael Klein
    Michael Klein Il y a 19 jours +1

    Watching this video hardened my dedication to never EVER marry someone 😂

  • wildthornrose
    wildthornrose Il y a an +386

    I wanted my teenage brother to be a part of my wedding, but I also knew he was super-self-conscious and hated fuss and getting dressed up. So I told him, you just wear whatever you like and don't let mum hector you into a suit. He wore a hoodie and jeans, and I was 100% fine with that, because I love him and the last thing I want is to traumatize someone I love.
    Edited to add for clarity: of course my brother will wear a suit if it's asked or required of him. But this was MY wedding day, and I wanted him to be as comfortable as it's possible for someone with severe anxiety and depression to be.

    • patchbuggy
      patchbuggy Il y a 6 mois

      @Kylie Pechler he probably wasn't the only casually dressed person.. Seeing how op didn't care if a member of the family party dressed up, they probably didn't enforce a dress code.

    • Tamara Simunovic
      Tamara Simunovic Il y a 11 mois +1

      You are a great sister!! He is lucky to have you as a sibiling ♡

    • piiinkDeluxe
      piiinkDeluxe Il y a an +2

      @Lauren C well said! I would also want everyone to be themselves to celebrate my important day with me. My most important people in my life made me to an extend so I wouldn't want to mold them into something they are not.

    • Aurora Bucio Chávez
      Aurora Bucio Chávez Il y a an +8

      You’re amazing! I think it’s fair to want everyone in semi formal clothes and the fact you couldn’t care less about that and just wanted your brother to feel and comfortable as possible really shows a lot of character strength.❤️

    • Sisu Guillam
      Sisu Guillam Il y a an +12

      @Kylie Pechler it made sense for the bride and her brother.
      Your expertise in anxiety disorders is?

  • Ashley Koivisto
    Ashley Koivisto Il y a 3 mois

    My wedding was just something simple. My husband and I got married at our town courthouse. After that, I bought a soda for me and my husband.

  • Joy oliver
    Joy oliver Il y a 10 mois

    I had a girl in my wedding party that was very pregnant and she looked so cute. I didn’t think it took away from me or anyone else. She was my friend and I wanted her to be there with me. Also I am not sure we got any gifts anywhere near 400 dollars and it didn’t bother me a bit! They gave what they could and that was awesome. It wasn’t about the gifts. We had a wonderful celebration

  • Me again Margaret
    Me again Margaret Il y a 7 mois

    I watch these videos in awe of the audacity of the brides. Hell, I worked 40+ hrs a week, planned/purchased everything for the wedding, my MOH wore a dress that she already owned (we had 1 attendant each), Asked guests to pitch in on the Pot Luck lunch IN LIEU OF GIFTS and when it came time for clean up, My Grandmother had to tell me "This is your day. Go sit down!" Yes Ma'am! lol. As for pics, we actually did the "disposable cameras" scattered on the guest tables. The photos are the absolute best being from so many different viewpoints.
    So TL;DR: Can't decide if these persons are just entitled or completely lack empathy in general...

  • Tara M
    Tara M Il y a 6 mois

    Another video why I'm so glad my fiancé and are just having a simple commitment ceremony. Any who can attend can come. No dress code. Basically BBQ type food. We're just happy to have friends and family share in a special day. ❤💝💒🌷

  • verwulf
    verwulf Il y a an +116

    My wife and I ran away from home. Got a quickie wedding in a rent-a-chapel. No guests, no friends, no family. We had a reception later that evening with family members but that's it. Been married now 32 years.

    • Nire Scott
      Nire Scott Il y a 11 mois

      Did the same.

    • Drieux Koeppel
      Drieux Koeppel Il y a an +2

      We also didn’t spend much. And we’ve been together 40 years and married 39 years.