"I was supposed to be a bridesmaid in my friend's wedding. Unfortunately, I have not fired and can afford to buy the dress. Also they are going to move to Scotland because the fiance is from there. The visa will be slow to come out and do not want to spend more time away from each other. How to tell my friend that although I would have loved to be in the wedding, the situations in my life make it impossible? Also I do not want to get angry as he approaches her marriage »- Alyssa F.
Difficult question. Once you have committed to become a bridesmaid, the only reasons you can retreat is due to illness or work obligation is non-negotiable and which were informed at the last minute. Base your situation, you can not display money from nowhere. He spoke to the bride as fast as you can and informed about your economic situation but declined to mention that you would prefer to spend more time with your fiance. While it is true, you are committed to be a bridesmaid at her wedding, and discomfort that will're extra time off is not a good excuse.
Keep in mind that your friend can (if possible) to offer money to cover the cost of your dress and any other expenses, which proves how valuable it would be for this to be present at the wedding. If so, I would suggest to accept the help and to attend the wedding if you spend some more time away from your fiance. If it has not itself afford it, be patient opposite if disappointed and tried to help plan her wedding and stayed in contact with her in other ways.