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Sylvia
Savvy June 2021

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Sylvia, on May 16, 2021 at 11:37 AM Posted in Parties and Events 0 9
Afternoon ladies 馃挄 24 more days until I get MARRIED馃拑 I have a question.... Should I still go through with a Bachelorette Party with Covid still happening? It will be at my home with close friends and family only... Some of my family said No... I am so undecided... I really want to still...

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Latest activity by Salmawisoky, on March 28, 2024 at 11:28 PM
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    Super December 2020
    Anais
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    I mean this depends on your risk level and whether your guests are ok with it.
    There are lots of ways to have a safe party, if people are vaccinated already, if people would be ok wearing masks, if people would be ok getting tested or if people would be ok if there are no precautions at all. You said your family says no, but have you spoken with the people that would actually be invited?
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  • Sylvia
    Savvy June 2021
    Sylvia
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    I will be talking to them this week... The event is May 29
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  • Sarah
    Master September 2019
    Sarah
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    This is really just all about the comfort level of those attending said party. If they鈥檙e okay with it than you should proceed, regardless of what other people have to say about it. We鈥檝e been getting together with a small group of our friends pretty regularly since just before Thanksgiving and we鈥檙e still also spending time with our immediate family. No one in our circle that we spend time with has tested positive for Covid at any point.
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  • Sylvia
    Savvy June 2021
    Sylvia
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    Thank you馃尫 I really needed to hear that. Alot of my close friends said this is your Wedding not there's... and your event
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  • Betty
    Dedicated July 2021
    Betty
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    Frist off it's TOTALLY YOUR wedding not theirs! You should do you to the best of your ability & keeping in tune with your FH.

    Personally I am not having either a "shower" or a Bachelorette Party he isn't having a Bachelor party either. We are trying to stay "covid responsible" (despite things starting to reopen)~ we only invited 50 (including a hand full of kids) we don't even have 20 RSVP's back (we are inside 60 days to our wedding).

    BUT, the bottom line is you have to do YOU! If you are going to regret not having a bachelorette party then have one (I would keep it small, JMHO)... Talk to you MOH &/or bridal party to gage what their comfort level is & go forward with what feels right.

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  • Sylvia
    Savvy June 2021
    Sylvia
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    Thank u馃尫馃尫 I will
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  • Sylvia
    Savvy June 2021
    Sylvia
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    Yes I have... and they are willing to be safe.. thank u馃尫
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    Legend June 2019
    Melle
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    I think so! like everyone said, it depends how comfortable everyone attending is and how you can make it safer. my bff got married last year and we had her bachelorette bridal shower weekend in august 2020... that was VERY covid during then but we did hers at home too. we just did a painting thing altogether, which was easy.

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  • Kristen
    Expert October 2021
    Kristen
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    For something that lowkey, I think you could go through with it. Not to get too personal, but are you and most of your guests vaccinated? If you're all vaccinated, by all means go for it. I think people will still make their choices based on what they're comfortable with, but I think you could definitely do something small and safe at home. Good luck!

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