Post # 1
Do you think it’s ok if I throw a Bridal Shower for my Sis-in-law? Or can my husband and I throw a Wedding Shower for them? Or its the Maid of Honor’s job? The Maid of honor is already planning for a Bachelorette party in Vegas for them. Also, my husband is one of the Groomsman and he’s not going to their Bachelor party because of work..
I felt bad because my sister in law was one of the bridesmaid when I got married. I didn’t even give her a personalize gift or a party favor since I decided to give her house gifts instead. She moved out with her fiance a month after our wedding. I haven’t even help her plan because of my schedule and she already have 7 Bridesmaids.
Post # 3
I don’t see why you can’t throw one. She’s not asking for people to host them and I’m sure she would appreciate the gesture. I would consider asking her BMs if they’re throwing one or at least giving them a head’s up though, in case they plan something on the same date.
Post # 4
You absolutely can! I would just touch base with the Maid/Matron of Honor and bridesmaids to see if any plans are in the works and suggest that you host (I’m sure they’d be happy to let you)!
Post # 5
From and Etiquette point of view, no reason why you can’t…
But as stated, you’ll want to check in with the Bridesmaids (I’d contact the MOH) and see what else is planned and when
Even so, there is nothing wrong with a Bride having 2 Showers, if the Guest List is a bit different for both…
In your case, with your Hubby a Groomsman, and not able to attend the Bachelor Party for the Groom… hosting a “Couples Shower” might be a nice gesture…
You invite both the Bride & Groom, and a bunch of other folks (couples) and the theme is something that the TWO OF THEM would enjoy together.
Could be… Cooking – Power Tools – Backyard Patio / BBQ – Wine etc
Hope this helps,