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Woman asks if she was wrong to snap at bride for changing bachelorette plans.

Woman asks if she was wrong to snap at bride for changing bachelorette plans.

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Bachelor/Bachelorette parties are one of the more fun parts of getting married for the bride and groom. Planning one of these parties falls on either family or the bridal party and generally takes a lot of time and coordination. What happens if you go through all the trouble of planning and coordinating a bachelorette party and at the last second the bride requests a very large change?

We see how one person deals with this situation on a popular Reddit thread in the Am I The A**hole Subreddit where a woman asks if she was wrong for telling the bride she was being inconsiderate when she decided to change bachelorette party plans at the last minute.

AITA for telling the bride her choice was inconsiderate

OP is great at picking up loose balls.

My brother (27m) is getting married to his fiancé (27f) in September. I (35f) was asked to host and plan the bachelorette party with the bride’s other future sister-in-law Becky (38f). The party will be a four-day event in August. Becky and I were asked to take over planning when one of the bridesmaids dropped the ball.

Uh-oh, major rager!

I was also asked to host the party at my house - which is out of state for everyone. My house and my vehicles will be used. There will be a total of six of us at the party. Becky and I have been planning this 4-day event for the past three months. We have bought party favors, collected funds from all attendees, made reservations for fun activities, put together an itinerary, etc. We have spent a lot of time, energy, and funds prepping.

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