Questions on Stag and Hen Parties
myself and my fiancé are saving desperately for our marriage. His
best man is arranging for a stag weekend in Prague which is going
to cost at least £500, which we can't afford. But can I interfere
and explain to the best man that an expensive stag weekend will
probably mean we have to settle with a cheaper honeymoon?
First you should check whether the other stags are going to pay for your fiancé - it might be that he's just paying for his airfare, but they are planning on subbing him once they are out there. It is probably best not to interfere, but to get your fiancé to express his concerns before anything gets booked.
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Can I invite people to my hen-do, but not to the
wedding? Our ceremony venue is small, but I don't
want to leave anyone out so thought I could include them in my hen
celebrations? Katie, Birmingham
As a general rule you should invite people to the wedding if they have been involved in wedding-related celebrations (this is also the case for engagement parties). You will need to explain to them that they won't be invited to the wedding, or prehaps you could consider asking them to the evening part of your reception, rather than the whole day?
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