Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties
SO YOU'VE been picked as best man or maid of honor, and you want to give your best buddy one of those wild and crazy "last" big nights on the town as a bachelor/ette. Swell idea, but no surprises, please. Before you plan anything outrageous, check it out first with the bride or groom.
It seems that thinking wild and crazy is one thing, doing it is something else. According to those who've served in the position, the best man should be concerned with making sure the night runs well, not with trying to create some kind of legendary "last night out." As the organizer you should do things like collecting money for the party well in advance (always estimating expenses on the high side and being prepared to kick in additional money for party favors like cigars, champagne, brandy or whatever).
The best man or maid of honor should encourage the idea of renting a van with a driver or a limo or, at the very least, selecting a designated driver.
There's another thing to do: Turn off your cell phones. You wouldn't want the bride-to-be to keep ringing up the groom or vice versa.
Maybe you should simply go for something different: Let Others Provide the Laughs. For your big night out on the town as a (supposedly) wild and crazy swinging single, hit a good local comedy club.
Seaweed Wrap. Is the bride or groom stressed? Instead of a chill pill, maybe he and his attendants could use a "Day of Vitality". Include a seaweed wrap, massage, facial, exercise classes, sauna or steam bath, saltwater pool, and a spa lunch
To ease the morning-after re-entry
process, bachelors are
starting a trend. They're inviting the bride and her attendants out to brunch,
as proof positive the groom and his guys survived the
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