(Closed) Bachelorette Party

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
16213 posts
Honey Beekeeper

I’m so sorry you aren’t looking forward to it! What are your plans? What did you want your plans to be?

Post # 4
951 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Try to go into it with an open mind… maybe they have planned something they thought you would really like? Go with the intention of having fun with your closest friends.

If you think there is enough time, you can talk to your Maid/Matron of Honor and tell her what things you consider to be the most important to you for your bachelorette party and ask if there is a way you can help to make sure they are incorporated.

Post # 7
1 posts

@selina b:  I am in exactly the same boat!  My bridesmaids have been absolutely ridiculous about everything – including dividing among themselves and causing WAY more drama and stress than I need to be dealing with!

My bachelorette party was planned without my opinion other than an occassionally text about colors or meaningless other stuff.  I got the invitation and it says we are to meet at my house, which I was not asked about ahead of time (I am completely fine with that part) but later that night the bridesmaid who sent out the invitations asked if she could crash at my house after and she thought it would be fun to turn it into a slumber party – again without my opinion – meaning that my fiancee would be kicked out of his house without either of our consent.  I told her today that I thought about it and dont really want to have the party at my house and didnt feel it was approaite for me to “host” it and have to clean before and after.  Instead I thought it would be fun if the bachelorette and bachelor parties join together for the end of the evening at a bar we often go to and I was told that I was ridiculous and should have spoke up before the invites were sent out and then told that I could plan my own party and let her know how that turns out!  I found out that the plan was for us to go out while one of them comes to my house and decorates while we are out (another thing for me to clean up – because I highly doubt any will be helping me with anything the next day – especially because not one of them have offered to help me with anything at all).  I honestly dont think I am in the wrong here but apparently I am at a total loss… Dont know what to do… Is it me or was it rude of them to plan the party to end here without asking my opinion or if I was even ok with having 15+ drunk girls in my house?!?!

Post # 9
2692 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I think you should get a say.  My girls are totally asking me what I want.  

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