Most everyone dreams of their perfect wedding, down to the color scheme, location, dress, and even who their bridesmaids will be. Unfortunately, people are judgmental and what you deem to be a perfect wedding others will nitpick and sometimes tear apart entirely.
TikToker Kelsey Kotzur (@kelsey_kotzur) is on vacation in London and recently overheard a conversation when she was out to eat that made her stomach drop. Three women were loudly discussing a friend’s wedding they were recently in. At first it was innocent gossip about how they didn’t like the color scheme or cut of their dresses, but then it quickly turned ugly.
“Main girl, the blonde, she was kind of the ringleader of this dynamic, and she was talking about how she felt so ugly on her day. And it was so unfair that the day of her friend’s wedding, that she was in, was all about her (the bride) and not about the bridesmaids.”
Kotzur squinted at the camera at that statement, disbelieving.
She continued, “And she was going on, just saying about how like the bride was supposed to look so beautiful, but she didn’t. And the bridesmaids also didn’t look beautiful. She was talking about how she really always wears her hair down, but the bride wanted everyone to wear their hair up, and that was unacceptable to this lady.”
“Then this other girl in this dynamic chips in about how the flowers that every girl had to hold were so ugly that she could have gone into the backyard of any house, to any forest, plucked out some flowers, and made a prettier bouquet.”
“Then the other girl chimes in and is talking about how the way that the bride spent money was really unacceptable to her. Say, how they had a rosé toast instead of a champagne toast and maybe if she spent her money more wisely, she would be able to afford champagne versus rosé,” she said. “And guys, it gets worse.”
“Talking about the gallery that they had just been sent of photos from the wedding, and they were going through the photos on their phone, swiping through the first impressions of the bridesmaids seeing the bride for the first time in her dress and all dolled up. And they were zooming in on each one of their three faces talking about how fake of a face that they had to put on for this, and how they had to be like starstudded actresses on this day. One of them even said that she should try out for the West End because of how she was acting on that day trying to pretend she was happy for her friend.”
Kotzur called the conversation “darksided” and hoped that the bride would find her video and drop these fake friends.
People on social media felt for the bride, though some said they couldn’t believe people could be so cruel to someone they’re clearly only pretending to be friends with; they clearly have never been bullied.
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