Weddings bring people together to eat, drink, and be merry. But what is it about weddings that sometimes bring out the worst in people? While groomzillas are a very real phenomenon, bridezillas are a terrifying product of a day that — in theory — should be about love.
Wedding planners, photographers, caterers, and other wedding pros got real about the nightmare brides they’ve encountered over the years. Of course, these stories are just for fun as INSIDER cannot independently authenticate them, but please — don’t ever be like one of these bridezillas.
A bride refused to allow anyone to get married that entire year.
“A bride once called having a meltdown because her friend got engaged as well and was planning to get married in the same year as she was … Apparently it was her special year and not just a day. She threw a huge fit that this girl was only getting married to ‘steal her thunder.’ Yes, because no one else can have a life at the same time as you. Her friend’s date wasn’t even in the same month or season. Hers was in October and her friends was in June …. Brides sometimes don’t think rationally.” — Redditor sillykitty1990
A bride was upset that her maid-of-honor was pregnant.
“A bride threw a huge fit about her ‘selfish sister stealing her spotlight’ because her MOH/sister got pregnant after the engagement but before the wedding date was set. She was seven months pregnant in her MOH dress and the bride felt she was ‘grabbing too much attention.'” — Redditor Anonymous
A bride wanted her bridesmaids’ hair to “look uglier.”
“When I came on-site for the wedding, I was able to locate the bride by the sound of her screaming at her hair/makeup artists. By the time I came into the bridal suite, she had switched to screaming at her bridesmaids for looking prettier than her and made them change their hairstyles to ‘look uglier.'” — Redditor retrofuturist
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