A FORMER maid of honor has shared why recent developments have made her glad she was kicked out of her ‘friend’s’ wedding.
A woman has spilled tea on TikTok over the financial drama that made her happy no longer at an alleged “bridezilla’s” wedding party.
A woman named Lauren, known as lobro15 on TikTok, previously shared a story on the platform about her best friend’s wedding drama.
The wedding conflict resulted in her being demoted from the position of maid of honor and eventually being kicked out of her best friend’s wedding entirely.
After being ousted for raising concerns about the price of the bachelorette party, the bride allegedly did something nasty to rub it in.
In her latest wedding drama update video, Lauren says the latest development makes her even more excited to be no longer in the wedding party.
Lauren speaks to the camera and reveals what she heard at the bachelorette party, which she wasn’t invited to.
“Okay messy wedding TikTok. Bring me back. I have an update and I want you to appreciate it as much as I appreciate it right now,” she says at the beginning of the video.
Despite being blocked on social media by the bride and banned from the wedding celebrations, Lauren was still able to attend the action after receiving a sneaky text message from a friend at the meeting.
The friend sent Lauren a screenshot from the bride’s story on a social networking site, showing the bride between large black balloons with the words “1K” on them.
Captioning the picture, the bride wrote, “Grateful for my friends who spent over £1,000 to be by my creek.”
“I’m dead,” Lauren exclaims in the video after showing the post.
She says a friend of the bride posted a similar photo of the bride’s Snapchat and claims that the bride actually made her pay over $1,000 for the celebrations.
“While I find this hilarious, I have to say I’m a little confused because you changed locations and went somewhere to save money on airfare, which was $400-$500,” she notes in the Video.
Lauren continues to address her confusion that the bachelorette party was still $1,000 per attendee.
“You can’t make a joke because people don’t spend a thousand before moving location,” she adds.
Towards the end of the video, she calls the bride’s critical joke “invalid,” but mentions again that she finds it funny.
Lauren was originally kicked out of the wedding because the bride had bachelorette travel plans that would cost each woman on the invitation list about $1,000, which was more than she was willing to spend.
Lauren asked each guest how much money they would like to spend, and the women said they didn’t want to spend more than $300 to $500 on hen party expenses.
Lauren brought this information to the bride and she wasn’t happy.
After a few back-and-forth messages between Lauren and the bride, the bride asked Lauren if she wanted to step down as maid of honor, and she was later barred from the wedding entirely and prevented from contacting the bride.
The video’s comments section contained conflicting opinions, with some people seeing Lauren’s point of view and others siding with the bride.
“To be honest, 1,000 is the minimum for a stream these days. I’ve been and have several planned, that’s exactly what it costs for hotel, flights, food everywhere,” commented one viewer.
“I don’t like anyone enough to spend 1,000. Maybe my kids. It stops there,” countered another.
“Stag parties have gotten so out of hand. Remember when it used to be just a fun night out with friends with no financial commitment,” added another user.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/6151377/maid-of-honor-bridezilla-friend-kicked-out-wedding-latest/ I was maid of honor but my Bridezilla friend kicked me out of her wedding – I’m glad to hear the latest developments