Cruel bridezilla attempts to BAN her six-year-old flower girl from attending the wedding because she has chicken pox scars
- A bride has been slammed for uninviting her flower girl niece to her wedding
- She didn’t like the six-year-old’s chicken pox scars and associated weight loss
- Her family, including her sister – the girl’s mum, forced her to change her mind
A bride has been slammed as ‘cruel and narcissistic’ by her own sister after trying to ban her six-year-old niece from being flower girl after she had the chicken pox.
The little girl lost three kilograms while sick with the disease and ended up with scars all over her body.
The change in her appearance made the bride want to drop her as a flower girl and even ban her from the wedding, the girl’s mum revealed.
A bride has been slammed as ‘cruel and narcissistic’ by her own sister after trying to ban her six-year-old niece from being flower girl after she had the chicken pox
‘I told her that if my daughter couldn’t be a flower girl, I (the matron of honor), would not attend either, and she would have to refund us the money we paid for our dresses,’ the little girl’s mum, and bride’s sister revealed.
But the threat wasn’t enough to sway the unsympathetic bride who ‘cared more about appearances than a six-year-old’s feelings’.
‘She gave in a few days before the wedding, and said my daughter could participate, after much pressure from my parents,’ the furious mother said.
According to the woman’s rant on Reddit the bridezilla also demanded her bridesmaids tan their shoulders, because their dressers were ‘off the shoulder’.
Despite appearing in a notorious wedding shaming thread people were appalled with the bride’s behaviour.
‘She sounds like a ball of fun to be around,’ one woman said.
‘That’s awful. I would not have attended the wedding regardless of whether she changed her mind, and not allowed my daughter near her after this.
‘She sounds horrible. Hope your daughter is fully recovered and unaware of the ugliness around her,’ another woman said.
Others said the bride should avoid having children of her own.
‘Damn, your sister is horrible! I hope any future children of hers don’t get any scars, she’ll be locking them away,’ one woman wrote.
Wile some asked if she ever apologised for her behaviour, but her sister said she still doesn’t think her demands were unreasonable.
‘Most people can understand temporary insanity that sometimes comes with weddings, but to be able to reflect on it and not feel bad says a lot about your sister,’ one woman said.
The sister later commented to reveal she rarely even speaks to the bride anymore and once her parents die she will have no reason to.
While others said the heartbreaking story is proof there needs to be a shift around wedding culture.
It was later revealed the wedding happened in the 90s before the chicken pox vaccine was widely available.
The woman said her daughter is now married with a child of her own – and is always very polite to her aunt despite obvious fractures within the family.