3 Signs You’re a Bridezilla

We’ve all heard the term bridezilla, but no bride-to-be likes to think she fits the description. Well, the sad news is, you might be less charming than you think. Here are a few signs that you are sneaking in to the dangerous bridezilla zone.

Everyone is Suddenly Busy

When you first got engaged, everyone was excited for you. Your mom, bridesmaids, and soon-to-be mother-in-law were always available to listen to your latest wedding ideas. Suddenly, everyone is too busy to answer their phone or run another wedding errand with you. While this could just be that everyone is actually busy, it could be a sign that you are annoying everyone involved in the wedding.

You are 100% in Control

Yes, this is your big day, but unfortunately, it is not only about you. Remember those bridesmaids you asked to be the wedding; well, some decisions are important to them, such as the shower, the bachelorette party and maybe even the dress. If you find yourself planning your own shower or bachelorette party, you may be overstepping some boundaries. Also, don’t forget about the parents. While it is your day, you should consider the requests that are important to the other people involved.

You are Being Unrealistic

Sure, you might have been dreaming about this day since you were a little girl, but some of your dreams might not be realistic. You don’t want to physically, financially or emotionally strain yourself, your fiancé, your family or your friends. Every time you make a decision about the wedding, take the time to consider how it will impact everyone involved. If you start making unrealistic requests, you are on your way to becoming an infamous bridezilla.

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