Post # 1
So far for my bachelorette party i have all of my bridesmaids (6) plus 4 friends from my grad program. 10 friends who i really care for and will have a blast partying with 🙂
My fiance has two very close female friends. One of them was like “when is the bachelorette party? (without me inviting her) and I was stunned and replied the date…and she wrote it down in her schedule. I’m wondering if I should invite her in these situations. I don’t think it would “ruin the night in any shape or form-i just want to know what is appropriate. because i was kind of taken aback she assumed she would be invited when i rarely speak to her. She is very supportive of my fiance though so i would want to be on good terms
Post # 3
Yeah invite her. It’s a party the more the merrier. It would be different if you two did NOT get along. You should probably invite the other friend of his also. It will be something you guys can bond over.
Post # 4
I don’t see why not! If you like her and have no reason not to trust her, hey the more the merrier! I expect my fiance to invite my male friends and relatives to his outing
Post # 5
@Overjoyed: hmm good to know, i wasn’t sure if it would be hard to keep it unified if there were more people-but this makes sense, the more the merrier 🙂 thanks!
Post # 6
@HisIrishPrincess: thanks for the response, yea that makes sense, we can hopefully bond over a crazy night 🙂
Post # 7
It can’t hurt. I have two male best friends who are like brothers to me. I’m starting to wish I was better friends with one friend’s wife than I am with him. Over time, friends wife and I seem to have more in common.
Post # 8
Hey! I just posted a semi-similar, but not really post! 🙂 I am leaning towards inviting more.. the more the merrier!
Post # 9
I’m guessing this is more or less equivalent to whether you’d ask his sister to the party. I actually didn’t, but a lot of people do.
Post # 10
@lovemyrussianpooza: Invite her, like you said you want to be on good terms with her and nothing says ‘I resent your friendship with my significant other!’ like being casually disinvited from a bachelorette party. You’ll have a hard time getting closer to her if there’s all of these hurt feelings and awkward moments because of how you brushed her off. Maybe asking about the bach party was her way of reaching out? It’d be a shame if you guys missed out on the sacred bond that is forged in between drinking vodka through penis straws and accidentally cutting off your own circulation with a feather boa. Doooooo iiiiiiiiit.
Post # 11
@BridieBea: hahaha okay 🙂 i love me some penis straws 🙂
Post # 12
Yes. She’s important to your fiance, and she’s not going anywhere. It sounds like she’s just generally happy for you and excited about the wedding. Definitely invite her, it might give you a great opportunity to become better friends.
Post # 13
Half my friend’s bachelorette party was her FI’s very close female friends – the party was A BLAST and they were the ones who stayed out the longest! I think it’s totally normal. Do it.
Post # 14
I wouldn’t. But that’s just my opinion. My bachelorette party is for me. If they’re close friends of FI’s then he should invite them to his bachelor party, not impose on my bachelorette party!