(Closed) People who assume they are invited (Bachelorette Party)

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
586 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’m having a similar problem but on a different degree of rudeness. I went out with some friends a few weeks back half of the people I knew and the rest were friends of the friends. One of my Bridesmaid or Best Man is friends with a girl who asked me when the party was and when I was getting married which seemed like normal conversation to me up until she said “I’ll see if I can get that day off”. Wtf?!? I don’t know this girl at all. Apparently my BM invited her without my permission. I asked for them to invite 2 other girls other than just all the BMs to the party. This isn’t the first time she did this either she asked in front of another friend of hers if she could go. You could see the girl was horrified my friend would even ask that. Sorry to rant so much but I agree with you. No one should assume they get to go without being asked.

You could tell them you want a smaller bach party and possibly you could get together with the other girls you are friends with that you didn’t invite and have a night out with them?

Post # 5
996 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

@DocT:  So just to be clear…she is invited to your shower but you don’t want her at your bachelorette party?

Post # 6
141 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I would definitely say that you really just want a small party of your closest friends. She can’t get mad at you for being honest and obviously she knows she’s not exactly a “close friend” of yours. I am having a similar dilemma (don’t want to go into details)… but I’m thinking of doing the same thing. Bridal party, my mommy, and maybe one or two other close friends. THAT’S IT. But even that totals to 6-8 girls, plus me! 

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