(Closed) MOH- uncomfortable with Bachelorette Party

posted 4 years ago in Parties
Post # 2
8695 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

Other than insisting that she doesn’t have to come (I would probably do this) Im not sure what else you can do. 

Post # 3
1251 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

SillyFruit:  geez, way for her to make it all about her.  I don’t particularly like going out on the town late much anymore either but you can bet if I was a Maid/Matron of Honor organising my friends bachelorette I wouldn’t be calling them up to burden them with the fact that I don’t like bars.  I’d suggest to her that you totally understand that she is uncomfortable with the bar scene so if she just wants to join you all for pre-dinner drinks/dinner before heading back to the hotel that you completely understand. That way you don’t have to deal with her being all mopey in the corner while you are trying to enjoy yourself.

Post # 5
1984 posts
Buzzing bee

I realize that this is your Bridal Party, and you probably want to just enjoy yourself rather than worrying about someone else, but I would do something to make sure she’s having fun and staying involved. If no one’s talking to her, talk to her. 🙂 I would feel horrible if someone.e felt like an outcast at my party.

Post # 6
928 posts
Busy bee

She sounds like a real pain in the ass. Who locks themself in the bathroom crying in their 20s? And sulks in the corner? She has clearly made a habit of being a drama queen and getting attention. If I were you, I’d TELL her not to come because I wouldn’t want her ruining everyone’s night with her ridiculous drama.

Post # 7
1341 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

SillyFruit:  One  of my BBF got married last month. For her Bach, we did the NYC bar scene. Her childhood best friend and Maid/Matron of Honor does not drink, and when planning the bach she actually suggested we not do the bar scene because she didn’t think the bride would like that (when the bride heard, she was like seriously?! Does this girl know me?!). 

The Maid/Matron of Honor sat in the corner the entire night, arms crossed, pouting. Very much the debbie downer of the night.

The bach is YOUR night. Do what you want, and if your friend is telling you she is going to pout in the corner, tell her you’d rather her pout at home. The bride had wanted all her friends there. But I think if it were me, I don’t want someone there who doesn’t want to be there and is going to try and ruin the night with her attitiude.




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