Is it okay to ask for boundaries at Bachelor parties (or Bachelorette parties for that matter)?
Mar 21st, 2011
The wedding blogosphere lit up this week with the news that ex-bride-to-be Lauren Serafin sued her almost groom-to-be Robert Leighton for $60,000 after discovering that he “hooked up” with another woman “Danielle” during his bachelor party at Las Vegas. According to ABC News The alleged illicit affair happened only weeks before their wedding date and Serafin is demanding that Leighton pay for the costs of the wedding, including wedding dress, honeymoon, invitations, deposit on a banquet hall, and catering services from the Ritz Carlton.
Reading about this sad state of affairs brings me to the question: is it okay to set boundaries for your S.O.’s Bachelor party (or Bachelorette party for that matter)? Or is the Bachelor/ Bachelorette party a sacred last night for “freedom” that shouldn’t be imposed upon?