Post # 1
Ladies- I am one of those people that HATE suprises. With a passion. But for my bachelorette party, my dear friend wants to surprise me and has made it a point to ask me not to snoop (the dear girl knows me so well). She’s been SO sweet and I know she’s super excited, so I aquiesced.
But it’s so hard! I didn’t even get an invitation because it was deemed too telling. And whenever one of the party goers starts to talk about it- I have made myself tell them it’s a suprise and I’m not allowed to know. But inside I’m yearning to get them drunk and tell me every little aspect (Type A much? Why yes, how did you know?)
But basically all I know is that it’s this Saturday at 6pm and I’m to wear a skirt.
The suspense is killing me and I’m so excited.
Is/was your bachelorette party a secret? Did you snoop? Tell me I’m horrible if I sneak on my sister’s email (I won’t I won’t… I don’t know her password…)
Post # 3
Mine was a surprise except for dates and city, which was okay by me. I usually am totally Type A and need to know everything, but I forced myself to just go with the flow and told myself I’d find out what we were doing when we got there.
And then I got there…and they wouldn’t tell me anything! I’m a pretty schedule-oriented person and I can’t stand to be the only one in a room who doesn’t know what’s going on, so when my BMs kept saying “Oh, should we tell her what we’re doing next? No, let’s not tell her yet…” it drove. me. bananas. Especially since we ultimately ran late most of the day. It was an amazing party, I was just not as relaxed as I had hoped. I kind of wish I had asked my BFF to quietly give me a heads up on the day’s activities when we got started so I knew what to expect.
Post # 4
I planned mine. I told them exactly what I wanted and then they picked out what places it would occur (italian dinner, karaoke with showtunes available, stay at a hotel), but I knew everything beforehand. I’m the planner in the group. I despise surprises. I wouldn’t attend a party that was a suprise, I’d flip out LOL.