(Closed) Bachelorette disappointment

posted 8 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
606 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I’m sorry.  That is really no fun when things don’t go as you want them to!  But try not to let it get you down!!  It wasn’t PERFECT, but did you have fun beforehand??

Post # 5
1956 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School

I would be disappointed too, bc ultimately everyone wants to feel like their friends are there for them on events like a bachelorette party, I’m sorry! Bad form on your MOH’s part to be such a downer…

Post # 7
505 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Since she asked you that 2 days before, and your wedding is coming up so soon.  She probably didn’t take the time to plan it and then realized that there isn’t really much time left to do it.  She threw something together really quick and it just happened to be on a date that wasn’t good for her. 

That isn’t an excuse, she should have had it at least outlined with a good idea of what she was going to do.  I’m sorry it wasn’t a good experience for you and I would probably be bummed about it too.  I wish there were more time for you to have another go at it.  Maybe you could talk to her about it and tell her that you really appreciate what she tried to do but that you ended up at home alone at 11pm for your Bachelorette Party and that’s not really what you had in mind.  Since no one drank, I hope you didn’t spend a lot of money on drinks.

Post # 8
529 posts
Busy bee

Maybe something was going on with her personally (doesn’t excuse, but might explain, her behavior). When you calm down, maybe you can reach out to her and find the reason, which would make her feel better.

Post # 9
563 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Could you clarify something for me?  What day did you have your bachelorette party on?  Was it a difficult day for people to stay out late on – like a Wed or  a Thurs – or does your Maid/Matron of Honor have a tough work schedule that requires her to work on the weekends?  It can be harder for people to hang out and drink when they have to work the next day – but I’m really sorry your Maid/Matron of Honor wasn’t more enthusiastic.

Post # 10
793 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

I can understand why you would be bummed. Personally though if I had to work the next day I wouldn’t drink either, because depending on how much I drink I will have a terrible hangover the next day, and it sucks, but that’s all I would have not of done was drink. I wuoldn’t of been holding my purse for dear life the whole night and chacking my phone every minute either. I would of enjoyed your bachorlette party without drinking, and watched you get buzzed, haha, but I don’t know, maybe she has somethign going on. Wait to cool down, and reach out to her to let her know how you felt and ask her if there is anything going on, and that you want to know because you care about her, like the other bees have suggested. Good luck. =]

Post # 11
10851 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

My bach party was totally a let down too, so I feel you. One of my BMs really screwed up the planning (well another girl screwed it up, but she should have caught it and corrected it a month before), and then during dinner she was texting and checking her phone all the time and I was sitting right beside her!!! I almost yelled at her! It was so disrespectful! Then she left early because she had to work on a huge presentation for work a couple days later, but I couldn’t help but feel like her boyfriend was going to show up later or whatever, hence all the texting.

Just try to focus on the fun parts and realize that the girls had their hearts in the right place. That’s what I keep telling myself anyways. Ugh. It sucks. Through and through, I agree. Fiance went to the Bahamas for a week with his guys, so I feel your jealousy there too 🙁

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