One would like to think this is the case but unfortunately in many cases it's in fact the opposite!
Ranging from some 'so-called' friends who were actually your friend until you got engaged and all of a sudden you're deemed to have 'changed'. Seemingly, they aren't at all jealous of you, in fact, wish you all the best in world (seemingly) but all of a sudden you're being left out of group emails advising of a spontaneous night out, drinks after work, BECAUSE you're now enagaged which means you are no longer a part of the group and your loyalties lie elsewhere. Isn't it unfair thought? Do you think that your fiance would be dropped from the football team because he got engaged - I doubt it, so why do single women treat their engaged friends differently to their single friends?
Maybe it's because you talk incessantly about 'the wedding'. Every conversation no matter how innocent and removed from weddings will invariably end up talking about something to do with the wedding. For you single friends, this is not a hot topic for them. For your married friends, they're not all that interested either as 'been there - done that' and they'd either change something about their Big Day or they themselves have had enough wedding talk to last them a lifetime!
It's a tough one & don't expect your fiance to walk to discuss 'all things weddings' when he comes home from work or on a night out because 'tradition' has told him that once he's put that engagement ring on your finger, you do all the organising and he just turns up on the day!
Yes, it's one of the most exciting, terrifying and expensive times in one's life but you have to remember that not everyone, well, in fact no-one is going to be as excited about your wedding as you, so don't over-do it, don't bore your friends to tears over it and if you have any problems or just want some wedding chat, well give us a call :)