The bachelor party
Posted: Monday, Mar. 30, 2009
When it comes to the bachelors last hoorah, the stereotypical drink-til-you-drop nights are the stuff of old movies. But that doesnt mean you and your buddies cant have a great time celebrating your good fortune.
The best man is traditionally responsible for arranging the bachelor party, but you can be ready with some suggestions:
A golf outing
Dinner and smokes at a fine cigar bar
A camping or fishing trip
A poker night
An evening of bowling or billiards
A tailgate party at a ball game
The bachelor party is usually held sometime during the week prior to the wedding, but never, ever, the night before the ceremony. Youll want to be in peak form, and theres nothing better than good rest to help you look and feel your best.List of Wedding VendorsMore Planning Articles
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