(Closed) Not-So-Bachelorette Party

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 2
2240 posts
Buzzing bee

No, not at all. You’re not wrong for not wanting to get crazy or drunk. Not everyone likes to do that stuff.

This is your bachelorette party. It should be something you like to do. If they want to go to a bar and get drunk and crazy, they can do that any other night of the week.

If they’re bummed that they can’t go to a bar and get drunk on this one occasion, then they might need to grow up a little.

What they’ve planned sounds like a lot of fun, so hopefully you’ll all have a good time. 

Post # 3
781 posts
Busy bee

You’re not wrong at all. If the bar scene isn’t your thing then you would have had a very uncomfortable bachelorette party! I understand. I got the same kind of response from my friends. “You’re no fun. You’re so boring. It’s your last unmarried night, you should party!” But I’m not a drinker and had to stand firm in that. It should be about you and your comfort and celebration! 

It sounds like it will be a fun day even without the drinking! Enjoy it!

Post # 4
3025 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014 - Prague

Don’t they kknow you at all? I’m surprised they didn’t take that into consideration originally.

Post # 6
722 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

its your bachelorette. when they get one of their own they can go out and be crazy at bars. but this one is YOURS and should be fun for YOU above everyone else

Post # 7
1668 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2014 - Church

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candyxx:  Not at all. If they really want to go to a bar, they can go after finishing your night. It is about whatmakes you comfortable.

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