(Closed) Bachelorette without Bridal Party

posted 4 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

A bachelorette party also doesn’t have to be a trip.  I know they all live far away, but if someone hosted a party in their home that could be a lot less expensive than bars, hotels, etc.  I won’t lie, I would have been super bummed if my bridal party wasn’t able to attend my bachelorette party.

Post # 5
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Blushing bee

Do what my friends usually do…bachelorette 2 nights before wedding. We all travel into wherever wedding is Thursday, go out that night, and then we have all Friday to help get last minute things done, go get nails done, etc. We’re all over the country too so this really helps by cutting out an extra trip

Post # 7
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615 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I wanted Vegas for my bachelorette party and 2 of my 3 bridesmaids couldn’t go. They encouraged me not to change plans on behalf of them, so I ended up going with my Maid/Matron of Honor and another friend! It was perfect, wouldn’t change a thing! 🙂 

Post # 8
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4241 posts
Honey bee

None of my (2) bridesmaids were at my bachelorette. It was still super fun and I’m so grateful for the friends who were able to attend and for my bridesmaids who made my wedding day amazing! 

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

My sister lives in cali and had her wedding in her hometown of nyc. She had bridesmaids from all stages of life so they were similarly split. Nearly every wedding event was in nyc and lots of her friends couldn’t make it to, say, the shower. So she intentionally did the bach in california. West coast maids/friends went to that and east coast ones went to the shower (obviously all were invited to both). She and i were the only ones who traveled to both. I think it’s totally common and not a problem! It only matters if it will really upset you. 

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee

Media & Social media do a disservice by showing perfect weddings, bachelorette parties, showers, engagment parties, etc with every beloved person there and sometimes travelling the world to be in attendance. Real life isn’t this. I had to cancel my first bachelorette party because I had a serious family emergency. Last minute I was able to have a mini bach 2 weeks before the wedding but it was just the people who live in town, so only half of my wedding party and 1 other close in town friend. Your bach should be fun and and special and the whole point is to make you happy. Will it make you happy to have this bach party with the people who can be there? Yes? Then do it! Don’t compare your circumstances to the perfect standard which is impossible to achieve. My mini bach ended up being a great time, even though it was just a few friends and last minute. Would do it again. 

Post # 11
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Blushing bee

i’ve been a bridesmaid in a wedding where just 3 bridesmaids (of 7) were able to make the bachelorette – we still had a ton of fun and it was nice. The other bridesmaids made it up with lunch, dinner and or drinks at later dates. 

Post # 12
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Helper bee

Only 3 of my 7 bridesmaids are coming to my bachelorette in Nashville. It’s a situation where they are all over and it would mean travel no matter where it is. There will be 4 other girls not in my bridal party attending as well. I wish they were all able to come but it’s just not reality and will be fun regardless! I’m hoping the bridal party can have some special moments with the shower and getting ready the day of.

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