He followed his bride-to-be to every flower store, to every cake tasting appointment, through every page of every bridal magazine created, and now it is his turn. Let’s face it, a wedding is mostly about one thing; the bride. She is primarily the one who is fulfilling her childhood dream. Of course, the men I know also enjoy the delight that a wedding brings, and they are fulfilling their dreams as well.
The bachelor or bachelorette party is a time to let “loose”. It’s the only event throughout the entire wedding process that is both fun and carefree. This is the night that marks a new phase and commitment in life and should be one to cherish. Most likely the one to plan the bachelor party is the best man, and, in the case of the bachelorette party, the maid of honor. There are two approaches to planning: 1) find out what the bride or groom would like for her/his last night as a single person; or 2) Make it a surprise with lots of fun and games. I will not begin to describe the number and type of activities you might consider, as they can be easily found on the Internet.
I will say this: the best bachelor party I ever went to was one where the groom had no idea what the plan was, but he knew it would be fun. Although some of the activities were ridiculously funny and required courage, it was good clean fun and nobody got hurt. I will never forget that night… I was the groom.
If you plan to hire live entertainment during the party, having a professional, comedy magician will ensure that the maid of honor and the best man will not be offended or disappointed. For example, the bride or groom might feel that it is totally despicable, in bad taste and not morally right for either to hire a stripper for their party. You wouldn’t want to plan something that’s going to cause nuclear fallout.
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If you will need transportation, consider hiring a limo, especially if you will be on-the-go throughout the evening.
If you are not lucky enough to have a rich uncle, father or father-in-law to pay for the whole night, consider splitting the costs among the group, and don’t forget any tips. Remember, as the night goes on, you might lose your sense of time, so consider tipping in advance. Remember, TIPS are “To Insure Proper Service.” Although, this goes without saying, the bride or groom should not have to shell out money for anything.
Again, the bachelor or bachelorette party marks a transition in lifestyle and the beginning of a lifelong commitment, so have fun, keep it appropriate, and be safe!