31 Oct 2017
Hen Guest Left Devastated After Discovering She's Not Invited to the Wedding
More often than not, if you’re on the invite list for a hen
party, it’s likely that you’ll be invited to the wedding too, right?
Well, perhaps not. According to one Mumsnet user, this isn’t always the
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The disgruntled user took to the Mumsnet forum to express
her dismay after discovering that a friend had been invited to the hen party of a
bride-to-be, but didn’t make the cut as a wedding guest.
“She’s driving 3.5 hrs on Friday evening, taking two people.
Paying £160 for 2 nights at a hotel. Couldn’t get the Friday off work and told
the group this – but they’ve arranged it so that the (paid for with her hotel
money) events, spa day etc are all in the day on Friday.” [s i
The distressed user continued to explain that the friend was
also asked to pay £50 towards a table in a nightclub, where food and drink isn’t
included in the price, and then drive three people home the following day.
She continues the post with: “SHE ISN’T INVITED TO THE
WEDDING! NOT EVEN THE EVENING DO!”
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Despite the seemingly unusual situation that her friend is
being faced with, the user explains that her friend is still going to the hen party because
she’s paid half of the costs upfront – but expresses her anger at the
Fellow Mumsnet users were quick to comment and react, with
the majority of advising that her friend should ‘cut her losses’ and not
attend the hen party.
One advised: “That’s ridiculous and she absolutely
shouldn’t go. Having paid half is nothing compared to what it will end up
costing her. I wouldn’t go in that situation, who goes to a hen when they aren’t
invited to the wedding!?”
Despite most users supporting the poster and her friend,
others were less sympathetic, with one writing: “She’s an adult. If she thinks
it’s too expensive, she should be more assertive and not go. To go and moan
about price is just being a martyr.”
So what's your verdict? Should all hen party goers be invited to the wedding?
Let us know in the comments below...