This is confusing because you said one of these women is the best help you could ever imagine and then you said two of them plus your cousin, so 3 of them, are helpful. But then you said it’s absolute crickets.
Youre not being selfish in expecting support from people who initially agreed to be in your bridal party. It’s understandable to feel disappointed and hurt that some of your bridesmaids are not fulfilling the roles they agreed to. However, it’s important to remember that everyone has their own lives and responsibilities, and not everyone may have the same level of enthusiasm or commitment to your wedding as you do.
Instead of focusing on what your bridesmaids are not doing, try to appreciate and thank the ones who are being supportive. Consider reaching out to each bridesmaid individually to express how much you value their friendship and appreciate their presence in your wedding. It’s also a good idea to have a clear conversation with each bridesmaid about their expectations and limitations, especially when it comes to finances and other commitments.
If you’re worried about how the bridal party will look on your wedding day, try to focus on the positive aspects of your wedding and the love you and your husband share. Remember that your wedding is about celebrating your love and commitment to each other, and not about the bridal party.