- 5 years ago
I am getting married in September. My bachelorette party is in August, in a beach town a few hours from where I live. All of my bridesmaids and a few close friends are coming.
I invited some other girls to the party who declined. A bunch of them, who are all my business school friends, graciously planned a night out in our city for just our group of business school friends as a sort of mini-bachelorette
This is my dilemma: A few girls who are NOT in the grad school friend group also live in our city. They were very flaky to my maid of honor about coming to the beach bachelorette party, and frankly were a bit difficult about it, so I doubt they are coming. They are all good friends of mine, but have made my wedding feel like a bit of an inconvenience to them.
Should I feel bad that the flaky girls aren’t being included in this grad school friend party? To be honest, I kind of just want to get my school friends together (we haven’t all hung out in AGES) and don’t want possible drama from the other girls about cost, plans, etc. To top it off two of the other girls don’t speak anymore, which would make it even more awkward. I am just afraid the flaky girls will see pics on Facebook and bitch about not being invited to the more local one, which would have been more convenient for them.