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DEAR ABBY: my pal “Nan” is planning her wedding and asked if we, along side our buddies, could be bridesmaids. Fast-forward a couple of months: The bride-to-be is currently expecting.
We’re having our first get-together as a party that is bridal and she desires us to provide just nonalcoholic “mocktails” for the girls’ night in. I inquired the maid of honor she said no because that’s what the bride wants if we could have the option of alcohol, and.
Could it be rude to take in in the front of a bride that is pregnant? Clearly, i am going to honor Nan’s wishes, but I’d such as an opinion that is second. Should this policy that is no-alcohol in place for many pre-wedding activities (shower, bachelorette celebration, etc. )? Personally i think we’re all grownups and may manage to make our choices that are own. It is never as if we’re planning to get squandered at these exact things. Your thoughts, be sure to?
DEAR BRIDESMAID: generally in most situations, it’s not considered rude to eat liquor right in front of somebody that is abstaining, although a lot of individuals decide to too refrain. In cases like this, the bride wouldn’t normally have specified that she desired no liquor served if she ended up being confident with her wedding party ingesting whenever she couldn’t participate in. Her desires should simply simply simply take precedence.
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