(Closed) Bridal shower?

posted 7 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
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333 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Well you diffenently should have one. Maybe with the fact that you do have so much going on they figured you dont have time for them to do one for you. Maybe next time you have all the family and wedding party around slightly hint at it….like when someone ask you when your next appointment or what you have planned this week. say something like this “man with everything going on I forgot to schedule in a bridal shower!” or “hummm when will I find time to do the bridal shower?” that way they can be like well we thought or Let look and see the next time your free.

If all fails and they dont say anything it never hurts to just be blunt about it! I am having mine 2 weeks before my wedding. so there is always time to do one just have to tell them you want one!

Hope that helps…please keep us posted on what happens!

Post # 4
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1144 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

@BlondeBride090211: you should mention it to your Maid/Matron of Honor, maybe they are planning a surprise shower. I would just ask her if she has it covered… you can even ask your mom if shes heard anything.

Post # 5
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321 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

if having a shower is really important to you, then you should definitely talk about it with whoever you think would be the one to plan it. For me, I mentioned to one of my bridesmaids that i wanted a shower but unfortunately since i dont have any relatives here, i have nobody to plan one for me…then she asked me if i wanted to have one …and i said yeah…and then she  volunteered to plan for me with my other bridesmaids.

So i think if you dont say anything at all, you will be worrying about it ……so yes bring it up but dont make any demands…you dont want to rub people the wrong way or seem like you are forcing anyone to do anything for you. Hope it works out!

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