I hate going to showers! Thankfully I didn't/ haven't had one. (One might pop up unexpectedly though so I won't be too confident.)
Making things out of toilet paper and the silly little games is too much. Some seem to love it, but honestly, that is so not for me!
I feel for you Jen. I hope your family really listens to you. I can't believe they haven't caved yet.
Do what makes YOU happy. I mean really, aren't they planning this for that reason? To honor you and your new bride status?
A group cocktail party sounds like fun. Talk them into that. So much better than making a bouquet out of bows and toilet paper veils. haha
What am I going to do???
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Posted 14 December 2007 - 08:12 PM
| Originally Posted by mauraw |
hahahahahaha abbbie you crack me up. i totally agree with this. i dont want a shower or a bachelorette party, and my close girlfriends have agreed to abide by my wishes and join me for a spa day the day before my wedding in cabo. dont think they agreed to this easily though...some of my girlfriends were really bitchy about it.
to appease my female relatives, my sister is going to throw a non-shower where they will join me for tea at the drake hotel in chicago (which is super fun and only about $30/pp) the week before i leave for mexico. so much easier, more fun and no pressure to open gifts in front of strangers.
BTW Maura --- the Drake is one of my favorite hotels ever! my FI lived in Chicago, i've been missing it a bit lately! (and if you know anyone looking for a really nice condo to buy - we have one on the corner of superior and orleans!)
good luck Jen - let us know how it works out!
Posted 14 December 2007 - 09:31 PM
my friends did not plan any stupid games, I think you should make that very clear that you don't want any games.
Christine + Will (married 7/20/07) + Ainsleigh (born 6/25/08) + Nolan (born 11/9/10) + Delaney (born 12/31/13) = One Very Happy Family!
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