(Closed) Mom coming to bachelorette party?

posted 9 years ago in Parties
  • poll: mom at bachelorette party?

    yes, she'll be coming!

    ummm no way! my mom will not be attending!

    mine came and I loved it!

    mine came and I wish she hadn't

    didn't invite mine & wish I had.

    didn't invite my mom and I'm very happy she didn't come!

  • Post # 3
    135 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: September 2012

    My mom, FI’s mom, and anyone else who wants to come will be invited! Our families are really close, and I wouldn’t even think of not inviting them! We are having a typical bachelorette party, and they are both looking forward to it.

    Post # 3
    13561 posts
    Honey Beekeeper

    I didn’t invite my mom; I don’t think she expected to be invited.

    That said, I didn’t have a typical bachelorette party, so it would have been fine for her to be there.

    Post # 4
    3770 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: December 1999

    My mom came for the begining (we did a co-ed at a comedy club and then went out). My younger sister wasn’t 21 so my mom came with her. Once we were ready to really party, my mom took that as her cue to leave-and take my underage sister ith her:)

    Post # 5
    1425 posts
    Bumble bee

    My Mom and one of my aunt’s came.  Both of them had a blast and I’m glad they were there!  I didn’t have the most “typical” bachlorette though; dinner, bowling and ended at a pub (which was pretty much dead) and both my mom and aunt are in their early 40s and drink/party (even though age has nothing to do with it, as my grandmother is in her 70s and will drink anyone under the table and stay up all night…)

    Post # 6
    3175 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

    My sister had a casual bachelorette (spa & winery for a glass of wine & boardgames with all the women in our family), and having my mom there was very nice.

    I’m going to have a more typical bachelorette party, and I would feel weird with my mom there, particularly because she doesn’t drink. I actually would like to have my aunt there, though, but she’s much more laid back. I think it depends on a. your mom’s personality b. the kind of shower you’re having and c. if those two mix 🙂

    Post # 7
    2638 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: November 2006

    I had a Pure Romance party and it was weird enough having my SIL there. LOL. I didn’t need my mom to see the cock ring demonstration.

    Post # 8
    5295 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: January 1993

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    @daybyday:  ^^ this. a friend did a pure romance party….yeah, my mom and DEFINITELY his mom did NOT need to hear any of that, lol.

    Post # 9
    3622 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: September 2012

    My mom is way more of a partier than I am but I’m still not inviting her.

    Post # 10
    5295 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: January 1993

    I do remember one time on a trip for college, we were eating at a Hard Rock Cafe and there was a bachelorette party going on in which it looked like both the mom and Mother-In-Law were there (two mid-50s women, everyone else ~25-30), and one of them (not sure which) was sitting at the table with a penis hat on, and she looked like she’d rather have been tarred and feathered than be at that party, lol.

    Post # 11
    813 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: December 1969

    my mom and Future Mother-In-Law are coming.. to vegas. haha no way around it, they are thrilled and invited themselves! They are really good friends and will go off and do their own thing and we are all close, so Im ok with it!

    Post # 12
    10283 posts
    Sugar Beekeeper
    • Wedding: October 2011

    My mom and aunt came to my bachelorette party and they had a great time. My Mother-In-Law was supposed to come but she ended up getting sick that morning. My b-party wasn’t anything wild or inappropriate (wine tasting, a nice dinner, comedy show and then karaoke) so the elders of the group (they’d kill me if they knew I’m referring to them as “elders”, lol) were totally in their element. I’m super close with both my mom and aunt and now that I’m older, we’re more like friends than anything. Everyone had a great time and I’m thrilled that I got to enjoy my bachelorette party with most of the women I love. 

    Post # 13
    3315 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: October 2009

    Last I checked, my kids don’t even want to see an R-rated movie with me.  If this event involves penis hats, I’m pretty sure it would be awkward for both your mother and you.

    Post # 14
    1253 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: October 2012

    My mom is pretty open and if she wants to come then she is more then welcome. However, my Fiance mothers. She is not invited nor would she even come. They are a BIG Christian family and I can see the judging from here if she came. lol, But to save face, we are having a low key party at our home which everyone is invited to come including Fiance moms, our over age aunts, my little sister and Fiance close cosuin (both are 20), then I know my girls will take me away to something crazy. And this will be for the ladies who don’t care about what goes on at a Bachelortte party. 

    Post # 15
    1047 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: March 2012

    I definitely had a non-traditional bachelorette. I decided to only do family in my wedding party, so I have my 2 sisters, an aunt, and 2 cousins (16 and 11 years old). I wanted the older people to be able to drink and enjoy themselves and I didn’t want to exclude my cousins, so we went on a wine tour in upstate NY. My mom and grandma came along because, hey why not, Grandma likes to get down every once in a while, too. It was a lot of fun, driving around place to place and we even had a karaoke hookup in the van.

    (I did end up having a local quasi-bachelorette a few weekends ago with some girlfriends for some mom- and grandma-free fun.)

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