Concepts are everywhere. It’s really difficult to come out with a unique design, but then when you do, and tried to make it “personalized” with how you envisioned your dream event or wedding for that matter, you would feel that all your hard work has paid off. And then comes the realization that even if you have been nice to your supplier and paid them diligently and without fault, the outcome won’t be as perfect as you imagined it to be — even after all the meetings and final detailing that you did to remind them about it. Then, you moved on. Your wedding’s over.
Then one day you’ll see another event that has the “similarities in some of the few styling details from your own wedding” and with what you and your hubby really envisioned a couple of months back. Then the excitement will hit you and be like.. Wow it looks beautiful! Coincidence, maybe?
And then you’ll find yourself more than happy to know as well that it was done by the same Event Stylist during your wedding who even if after the mishap you still connected with as “friends”. Suddenly feeling flattered? Maybe? So, instinctively you’d grab your social media account to check about your supplier-turned-friend’s update to congratulate him on this awesome celebrity endeavor and voila.. the same Event Stylist has suddenly “blocked” you. Must be an accident? Some kind of error? Ahhhh.. Okay?
But guess what? You and your hubby shared the same fate because he was “blocked” too by the same person. Now that’s funny. Since you don’t know the answer to your why’s, now you’re just left staring at the “similar Spanish” looking styled event wondering what must be his reason to have blocked you and your hubby in all of his social media accounts? Just right after this same themed event? Ahhhh.. Okay, AGAIN?!
Now you think.. for what? Why? Was it because you have an “almost the same” theme and he must have thought of using the same concepts in this new event? But that would just make you sound bitter and weird. The scenario is so- Liza Soberano with her famous line… Pangit ba ako? Kapalit-palit ba ako?
But.. for whatever reason you want to explain to yourself what happened, one word just keeps on repeatedly echoing in your head.
And.. unfortunately, you know based on your own experience with him, your supplier, that it’s something that you know he seems to “lack” even from the start.
God bless you.