Has anyone ever done this before? What are some DOs and DONT's? I told my BM I will cater it myself so they don't have to blow anymore additional money out of their pockets. Plus being a culinary student, I'm actually looking forward to it.
Well, I always consult with my girls about everything that involves them, I don't just ever do it. They're ok with it and they're actually really appreciative that I'm doing it. We're trying to plan the menu now.
Lol. Someone's feelings are hurt. Why you mad though? Idk why you're wasting your time getting mad about some discussion that's online either. It's really not that serious.
My aunt decided she wanted to host a bridal shower for me as my bridesmaids are all out of town. But, a bridal shower is usually a kind gesture that your bridal party does for you. The only input a bride is able to contribute to a bridal shower is the guest list and that's it. As fun as it is to cook and help plan a party, not to mention how well-meaning intentions, it is bad etiquette.The reasoning for it, is that if you help host a party in your honor it is considered rude and may appear self-centered. Sure, you are trying really hard to be supportive and I see how you may feel you are being generous but it won't appear that way to all of your guests. Why don't you spend that extra catering money and time on doing something special for your guests on your wedding day? Perhaps go all out on a nice dessert table or rent a photo booth.