We had so many lovely weddings the month of May, a record number for our company. May was especially beautiful this year and I am glad so many adorable couples could witness it and celebrate their wedding amongst the splendor of a profusion of trees, flowers and shrubs in full spring bloom.We began June with a very sweet wedding, Gabriella and Seth, this afternoon, in Kula Gardens and are off now to Carmen and John tie the knot at Aloha Beach.AlohaAyesha Sandra Lee
I am addressing the real problem of bridezillas. For anyone not aware of this phenomena, I will define the term. A “bridezilla,” is a bride, whose behavior is abusive, angry, hysterical, overwrought, offensive, paranoid and delusional, or even violent, in time of planning or during her wedding. In my experience, as a
So, engaged ladies, I give you some reasons, here, to not allow yourselves to indulge in bridezilla-ness.
1) Hinder the success of their own wedding. Their rude, impulsive, aggressive behaviors alienate and confuse wedding planners, dress designers, caterers, site providers, florists, etc. While professionals will try to do their best, anyway, hysterical harassment provokes attacks of post traumatic stress disorder. Do you want your seamstress to be shaking and crying while she snips and pins your wedding dress? Do you want your catering staff to hide in the bathroom when they see you coming?
2) Are ugly. Unfortunately, anger and fear cause sleepless nights, compulsive eating and other conditions, which result in black circles under eyes, puffy skin, blemishes, weight problems, bloating and other unattractive symptoms. Is it worth it? Bridezillas are not attractive.
3) Alienate their own family and friends. You might think they will forgive you and just have to put up with you, but that is not always true. Bridezillas are not cute. They tend to resemble the Seawitch in the “The Little Mermaid” animated movie.
4) Worst of all – Bridezillas turn off grooms. I have seen prolonged, intense bridezilla behavior lead to the groom calling the whole thing off.
So, brides, it’s worth the effort to be nice.