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To be pissed off none of my future sisters-in-law are coming to my hen do?

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ReginaJolly Fri 09-Sep-16 21:20:30

Ok, so I've been with my FDH for around 11 years, and we're finally getting married at the end of October. He has three sisters, I have two brothers. I get on well with all of his sisters, and am looking forward to 'officially' being part of their family.
I invited all three to my hen do (with plenty of notice), but none of them are coming. Not only that but my MoH had to chase them all to get any response from them.
I would've been more than happy to be invited to theirs (had I been with FDH at the time), am I BU to be pissed off that not one of them is making the effort to come?

ChicRock Fri 09-Sep-16 21:22:10

Depends on where, when and what your hen do is/involves.

WhoKnowsWhereTheTimeG0es Fri 09-Sep-16 21:22:26

Well, it depends on the format of the hen do, how expensive it is, how far from home etc.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 09-Sep-16 21:22:30

I think its reasonable to be disapointed. Don't let it spoil your night tho.

fastdaytears Fri 09-Sep-16 21:23:52

Regardless of notice, hen dos are (usually) expensive and not everyone's cup of tea. Don't take it personally

Artandco Fri 09-Sep-16 21:24:17

Really? Dh has sisters, but we only know each other to say hi to really, I woudnt invite them to a hen party and would find it wierd if they invited me

Lilaclily Fri 09-Sep-16 21:24:40

Well it's rude they didn't reply but perhaps they were still deciding?
Is it costly ?

If you have a good relationship I wouldn't ruin it because of this

Could it be they feel too over the hill for a hen night, if you've been with df for 11 years how old is everyone ?

ReginaJolly Fri 09-Sep-16 21:25:00

The hen do is basically a party/piss=up at my MoH's house, a sort of bring a bottle thing (I don't know all the details as she's keeping most of it a surprise), so nothing expensive or particularly far away.

fastdaytears Fri 09-Sep-16 21:27:57

Would they know many people there? Could it be that?

GingerbreadGingerbread Fri 09-Sep-16 21:28:49

I wonder why they're not going that's really weird if you all get on well and frankly very rude of them not to RSVP to your MoH. Did they give you her a reason?

If you are close as you say you are surely you can just ask them though: "I'm so disappointed none of you can make it to the hen do? Is it a problem with the date? Anything I can do to get you there?"

Does your fiancé know why they're not going?

Olddear Fri 09-Sep-16 21:31:34

Well maybe your MoH has given them the all the details and it's not their thing

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