(Closed) bridesmaid accomodations

posted 10 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
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1245 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I think it’s ok to tell her that your parents wouldn’t be comfortable having an unmarried couple in their house, and that if they come together, they either need to get a hotel room or find somebody else that he can stay with. I doubt she’d want to stay at your parents’ house with her boyfriend, anyway. ; )

Post # 4
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1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I think that at this point as ircumstances have changed she should understand that it’s now time for her to get her own room. Between the two of them I am sure that they can find a way to afford the room, otherwise i think that she should come alone.

 

It’s impolite to invite a guest to somewhere, where you are already a guest. No matter how close you are to the people you are staying with.

She’s your Bridesmaid or Best Man and I assume close you as well. I would simply ask her if she’s thought about accomodations if she intends to bring him. Make mention that there isn’t enough room at your parents house. I am sure she’s either thought of it or at least wil be understanding.

 

Post # 5
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2695 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2008

For the hotel situation, all 3 might share a hotel room.  I had a friend come up with her husband and a mutual single friend attended the wedding.  all 3 shared a room to save $.  So just let them know that you are still willing to pay for one hotel room. then let them decide if they want to spend $ on a second room (they could split the cost of the one room) or all share…

And if you can’t put up the guy in your house, that is reasonable,  I would just be completely up front about it all.  Tell your friend you are excited to meet her boyfriend, and then explain the situation.  you are already being generous in putting them up and paying for one room…

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