Friday, 7 January 2011

In other news...

Please tell me not to freak out when the new girlfriend of one of your hubby to be's groomsmen comes up to you at a party and announces "I'm going to your wedding".

You may have already noted from this blog that I am the type to do the opposite of what I am told so there could be trouble if she keeps this up.

Yes, in all likelihood they will be together at the time and of course, she will be invited if that is the case. But please, should you not politely just not mention it until the bride or groom does, and then you can gush about how pleased you are?

Please tell me not to freak out...

My response to her "Are you indeed?". Catty or not, I don't even think she noticed!

4 comments:

Loulabelle said...

Hmmmm that's very presumptuous of her! I agree with you it is polite to wait until you're asked.

Don't freak though lovely lady, she's obviously heard that its going to be the wedding of the year and wants to secure her place :o) xx

Angela said...

What a lovely way to look at it Lou, thanks for that perspective! x

Miss C said...

Oh no she didn't! I've had a few things like that. People saying "Oh sure, we'll come to Australia for your wedding!" And I'm like... well, it is only going to be 50 people, and that is the whole reason we are having one in Ireland too!

Ruth said...

The 1st words the wife of my huband's cousin said to me was, "can my girls be your bridesmaids?" I had no idea who she was, and, no, they weren't.