(Closed) Surprise Girls Night?

posted 10 years ago in Beehive
Post # 3
179 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I don’t think you’re  being unreasonable – but maybe she’s afraid it will kill the surprise.  Offer to give her 3 dates (which sounds like it might hard – but try).  That way she can "surprise" you and you can keep some sanity.

Good luck – maybe during the girl’s night you can recruit some help.

Post # 5
2292 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

I would let her know that you are really, really busy.  And because you want to be able to enjoy this girls’ night out – and to be able to go without breaking another commitment at the last minute – these are the dates that would be good for you (give her two or three to choose from) and you need to know by such-and-such a date which one it will be.   

My Fiance has had the same issue with his friends and his bachelor party – he finally told them it had to be one of two weekends, and he had to know by the end of the month.  It was actually good as it gave them a kick in the butt to get planning, which is really what they needed.

I’m actually thinking about asking my girlfriends (who are mostly married anyway) if we can just have an old married girls’ party AFTER the wedding, as there is soooo much stuff stacked up before it that I think I’ll spend any weekend deal just worrying about what I’m not getting done (they want to do weekend in Vegas.  I don’t think they care when – they just want to go to Vegas.)

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