(Closed) Bachelor/ette Party DISASTER

posted 4 years ago in Parties
Post # 2
559 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

The problem is that too many people were involved in planning this, plain and simple. Not everyone invited should have been included in the planning because nothing ever works out and its virtually impossible to accommodate everyones wishes and budgets. Whats done is done and you cant undo it now but I would def take a step back from it, ask to start the plans over again and this time you and your Fiance list the things that you want to do, if people don’t like it they dont have to go. Your bach/bachelorette parties are not for the guests attending they are for you to celebrate……now on the other hand if you are not paying for yourselves and the party is being thrown for you….then you do get a little less say. I am sorry this turned into a whole mess and not the fun experience it should be 🙁

For my bach party my Maid/Matron of Honor asked things that I wanted to do, then nailed down a date with my other bridesmaids, picked a location and activities based around one central activity for the night. We booked two hotel rooms for me and the bridesmaids at the casino, and booked a nice restaurant for dinner just me and the bridesmaids. After dinner we are going to a specific bar and told everyone else to meet us at the bar at a certain time if they want to join us. Everyone outside of the bridal party is responsible for their own accommodations and budgets for the night and outside of dinner and the bar nothing is planned. The next morning we are going to brunch and me and my Maid/Matron of Honor are going to the spa and the invitation to join us is up to anyone who wants to join. That way no one feels pressured into activities they dont like or wont be in their budget.

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