(Closed) conflict

posted 7 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

1. Why is A threatening to kick you out of the wedding? I don’t really need to know but is it related to this?

2. I would email S and ask her straight out if she is planning on hosting a bachelorette/ shower. If not, then I would ask the other bridesmaids to join in planning those events.

3. I don’t think the night before the wedding is an appropriate time for either event.

4. I would not bring up the subject of S’s drinking before the wedding. If she does have a problem with alcohol, it could lead to all sorts of drama that your sister doesn’t need to deal with.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Usually, the bachelorette party shouldn’t be the day before the wedding. Too many activities in a short period of time! In weddings I’ve been in, I’ve gone back separately for the bachelorette about a month ahead of time and then done a slumber party with the bride the night before the wedding.

You may want to speak to your sister, the bride, about it. Perhaps she can bring up with her Maid/Matron of Honor that she’s really excited for her to come, but that since she’s coming from a long distance and you’re local, that you’ll plan the night-before bach party.

Don’t criticize your sister’s drinking. It won’t accomplish anything.

Good luck!

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