- Miss Burgundy
- 8 years ago
- Wedding: May 2010
A few weeks ago, my two Maids of Honor wanted to start planning my bachelorette party. I met up with one of them, we ran through a couple ideas, selected a weekend, and started planning the party. She assured me that she’d already been talking to my other MOH (who hasn’t really been involved in any of the wedding planning, she’s always too busy or something) and so they discussed these party ideas and potential weekends. I decided my favorite idea was a two day party: one day, a Friday toward the end of the month at Disneyland, and then a part 2 party in San Diego the following day. The MOH I met with had me send email addresses to her and her co-MOH so they could start sending out evites to my friends. I was so excited that I told everyone what our plan was and what our slated dates were.
Well, today I met up with the same MOH who I’d initially met up with to plan this and she told me that we have to cancel/reschedule the party. Apparently her co-MOH can’t make it, and actually cannot do anything on Fridays, so this means that we can’t do a two-part party with one part in Disneyland and expect this girl to come. She felt guilty because apparently she was told this girl couldn’t make it to anything on Fridays but forgot, and she was really upset that she wouldn’t get the full experience of my bachelorette party.
I talked to both MOHs, and they proposed some other ideas, but honestly I’m just really bummed. The entire idea of my party is shot unless the one MOH who can’t make it on Friday just doesn’t go that day, but she’s really upset about not being able to make it (she has classes on Fridays). On one hand I feel like a diva for wanting to keep my original idea and not compromise for the one who can’t make it, but on the other hand none of the ideas they proposed sound anywhere near as fun or great as the one we had and I just can’t get excited about them. What’s the point of having a party for me if we can’t even do what I want?
I’m just not sure what to do or think, and it’s really putting a damper on my whole day.