- 10 years ago
- Wedding: June 2010
probably not for your Fiance.
My dad did go to my husband’s tho….but he wasn’t into crazy debauchery so it was no big deal. In fact the only one who even mentioned going to a strip club was my dad 🙂 they didn’t go….
Oh, and they are doing a boys’ thing the day before the wedding too – something chill for the men of both generations (so dads and groomsmen and my FI) to relax together before the rehearsal.
Take her to see “The Hangover”. That oughta do it
My sister this weekend asked me if it would be ok to invite my Future Mother-In-Law to my bachlorette party. I’m like… no do you see dad going to Rob’s?
Then again, I’m having a naughty one and a nice one. I’m going to the strip club and some of the Bridesmaid or Best Man won’t go to one, so I’m having one that just is going to the bars, so they all can go to my pre wedding partying events. So I guess techniquely I could invite the Future Mother-In-Law to the nice one.
But then again I don’t know if it would be awkard or not for her to be partying with a bunch of girls who are in their mid 20s-high 20s.
I guess it depends on what you are doing for the bachlorette/ bachelor party. If’s it’s a golf game… then yeah… if it a night out of partying… then maybe not.
My dad went to the early part of my husband’s, but it was low key.
Is it possible that if he is actually invited to go to Vegas to share a suite with a bunch of debaucherous thirtysomethings, he will just say no? So you could go through with the invite to make your mother feel better but not actually have to risk him saying yes?
Yea, I would say Hell to the no! I can’t imagine my Future Mother-In-Law going to mine. She is very relegious, so I can’t imagine the look on her face, if my bridesmaids took me to a male strip club. She would just die, haha.
I agree though, if it was just a little dinner outing, golf thing whatever, I think it wouldn’t be such a big deal, but if they are going all out, then that could get super akward.
Um yeah, I think that’s kind of weird! Your dad should definitely not go!
In my family/small town, it’s natural to have FOB or MOG invited to the bachelor/bachelorette party. But that’s usually because the bachelor/bachelorette party consists of renting an old school bus and going bar hopping. My Future Mother-In-Law is invited to my bachelorette party, but I don’t think she’s going. I don’t think my dad will want to go to my FH’s bachelor party, because it’s going to be 2 hours from his home. But I think it totally depends on the situation, it’s normal for us, so it works for us.
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