Bridezilla Threatens To End Friendship With Bridesmaid - And It'S All Because Of A Watch
We all know a bride's big day is something truly special, but just how far will they go to make it perfect?
Some women end up turning into bridezillas, laying down strict ground rules for their guests to follow, telling them what they should and shouldn't wear and what they can and can't do.
Of late we've seen brides ditch their bridesmaids over their choice of hair colour and their proximity to the wedding venue.
But now one angry bride is threatening to end her friendship with a bridesmaid - and it's all because of a watch.
A woman has taken to Mumsnet to share the odd story and ask others whether they think the bride is being unreasonable.
The user, who goes by the name Serenitymummy, wrote: "This isn’t me but someone I know was a bridesmaid to a good friend.
"Bridezilla asked all bridesmaids to take off their watches ‘so they don’t ruin the photos’.
"My friend forgot and bridezilla is now going mental at her. To the point the friendship might be over. Am I being unreasonable to think bride is going way over the top with this?!"
Many commenters were quick to pitch in their support for the poor bridesmaid.
One said: "Bridezilla has gone totally mental. Aside from it being a total non-issue, surely a watch would be relatively easy for a decent photographer to edit out?"
Another posted: "Who can be bothered to get that worked up over a watch on a photo... ridiculous."
A third commented: "There's a nice way of asking all bridesmaids not to wear watches. And if one of them does, there's a diplomatic way of pointing that out. But losing a friendship over it is unreasonable."
A fourth added that she didn't see the problem as she wore her mum's Rolex watch when she was getting married.
However not everyone took the bridesmaid's side. Some thought the bride was completely within her rights to be annoyed.
"Watches on the wedding photographs is very unsightly IMO. At my wedding I was very specific on what jewellery was allowed for the bridesmaids," admitted one user.
"I wear a Rolex on a daily basis but I certainly didn't want it in my wedding photographs. My bridesmaids agreed with me on jewellery and the no watch rule," said a second.
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