Post # 32
We both spent the night with our respective parents. I stayed at home with my mom and DH at his dad’s. We felt like it was one tradition that we did want to keep, since we threw out so many others. DH felt really strongly about it, so we did it.
Post # 33
We stayed separately, but mostly for logistical reasons. We have a two bedroom house and a couch, that I squished me and my four bridesmaids into since they were all from out of town. Wouldn’t have been able to do that with DH there.
He stayed at the hotel with his out of town family, and did breakfast etc with them and the groomsmen in the morning, since they didn’t have the beauty regimen we did.
Post # 34
i went through this dilemma a while ago. my wedding is a week after yours (so you’re my Tuesday twin, lol not a lot of Tuesday brides). anyway, i might still change my mind, but we decided to stay in our room (we will have been in Jamaica for 3 days too when we get married). I thought about arranging to sleep apart, but for one, i am not sure i would sleep good with someone else there and i don’t want to risk being tired. also, the way i see it, it will be our last night to sleep together un-married, LOL. so we might as well enjoy that too! however, my ceremony is legal in jamaica and so its a bit different than your plan to get legally married the week before.
it sounds like you have your mind made up to sleep apart though!
Post # 35
I booked myself a lovely large jacuzzi suite (all to myself bwhahahaha) the night before ours. It was wonderful.
Post # 36
Fiance is traditional and wants to sleep apart. We’ve been living together for a year and a half but it’s important to him. So we’ll probably sleep apart, but only if my Maid/Matron of Honor and I are bunking together 🙂 lol, not that I’ll get any sleep that way but it’ll be fun, a blast to the past 🙂