Things A Bride Should Never Say To Her Bridesmaids Things A Bride Should Never Say To Her Bridesmaids
A bride has certain things to consider when dealing with her bridesmaids and a bride should be careful in her choice of words that... Things A Bride Should Never Say To Her Bridesmaids

What is trending is that brides tend to get frustrated and angry on their wedding days due to the stress and also, most brides tend to allow little things get to them and as a result, they get unnecessary worried, angry, tired and stressed.

A bride has certain things to consider when dealing with her bridesmaids and a bride should be careful in her choice of words that is why it is advisable for a bride to speak less and act less and let the event planner do all the talking and acting.

Sure, it’s an honor to be a part of a couple’s special day but that doesn’t mean you get to say whatever you want to your bridal party.

A bride should watch what she says to her guests. I’ve attended a wedding where a bride made a hurtful statement to someone elderly and that person was in tears although, the bride later apologized but the deed had being done. As brides, it is advisable to speak less, avoid certain things and acts less.

A bride has certain things to consider when dealing with her bridesmaids and a bride should be careful in her choice of words that is why it is advisable for a bride to speak less and act less and let the event planner do all the talking and acting.

This is my day: Yes, everyone knows the wedding day is all about the bride (and the groom, sort of). But that doesn’t mean you can’t take other’s opinions and feelings into consideration. And remember, the day is about you not the entire year leading up to the day. And as a bride, you obviously cannot satisfy everybody.

Are you going to be making any changes to your hair? You’re envisioning all of your maids all looking good and gorgeous on the big day, but your Chief’s bride’s maid who is your BFF pixie cut is interfering with your plans. Just ignore it because you cannot tell grown women what to do with their own hair.

You can totally wear this dress again. In the history of weddings, there have probably been just a handful of bridesmaids who have actually worn their dress again so don’t think your girls will be getting more than one use out of their gowns. Keep that in mind when you’re deciding on a dress and looking at price tags.

Can you have your hair and makeup professionally done for the wedding? Unless you’re planning on paying for everyone to do this, your bridal party will have to make the choice of whether or not to have their hair and makeup done by a pro because not everybody has money to lavish on a 1 or 2 days event.

Are going to cover up those tattoos? If it’s something offensive, then you can feel free to ask her to cover it up. If not, then you can either choose a bridesmaids’ dress that camouflages the tats, or just let it go.

I need your help every weekend until the wedding. While your bridal party should definitely be willing to help out with some of the planning details, you have to remember they have their own lives, too. Be realistic about the time they can give you and if you really need that much help, consider hiring a planner.

Remember, you need to have all of your attention on me during the reception. Your maids will be there to help you freshen up your hair and makeup, bring you a drink when you need it, and hold that dress when necessary. But they also want to mingle, dance and have some fun, so don’t expect them to be by your side for the entire party.

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Toyin Olowolafe Editor

Olowolafe Oluwatoyin, is a graduate of media and communication studies from Afe Babalola University. She is a journalist who aspires to be the hope for the hopeless and voice of the voiceless as well as a script writer. She loves to dance and read books.

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