Post # 1
Ok for all us gals that are DW bound.
Do any of you plan on sleeping in seperate rooms the night before? We’re all staying in 3 seperate rooms at the same hotel so it wouldnt be that hard for him to bunk down for that night. Just curious how many DW couples followed this tradition.
Second question…are you allowing your man to have a bachelor party? My man wants one that is at a strip club basically. I have told him under no way is that OK with me. The problem is that only 1 other guy in the wedding party is taken, the rest all single. He will be back in HI will friends he hasn’t seen in 2 years. I have this fear that they will talk him into going even though I have told him I don’t approve.
Post # 3
I’m not staying in the same room with my fiancee the night before. We don’t want to see eachother until the ceremony.
My fiancee is having a poker night at a lounge with a private room. He thinks strip joints are boring, mind you, their may be a sripper at the poker game. I couldn’t care less. As long as you trust him. They should do what he wants to do, not what everyone else wants. Stirp Joints is just not classy!!!
Post # 4
Even though we are not having a DW, the FI and I are still planning on sleeping in separate rooms, making our wedding day even more special! In regards to a bachelor party- I trust him and his friends 100% and plus my brother will be there so I really doubt they will do anything too out of hand!
Post # 5
We will be staying in seperate rooms since I want to keep some traditions, he will probably bunk with his best man.
As far as the bachelor party, I don’t blame you for feeling that way but like the other girls said if you trust him then there is no reason to worry. My FI doesn’t want to go to a strip club, he would rather golf, but his BM wants to do all that stuff because he couldn’t at his bachelor party. So i’m hoping for the best! LOL
Post # 6
we stayed together – i would not have considered it any other way! And yes they did have a bachelor party, but it was a couple months before the wedding. Everyone partied equally hard at the DW so no one missed any second bachelor/ette chances..