Grooms bachelor Party
There was a time when tradition held that the
The groom -to-be
should have a a black-tie dinner-party with all his friend and groomsmen, hosted
by his father or best man. This all-male gathering strictly adhered to the codes
of gentlemanly behavior, the highlight of the evening being a toast to the
health of the bride-to-be. Since then, the trend in bachelor parties has swung
full-circle: from the black-tie dinner to the notorious, no-holds-barred stag,
complete with cakes sprouting strippers, sizzling videos, and party crashers,
and back to the civilized salute to the groom.
But the modern bachelor is partly different from the formal festivities of the
past in several important ways. The newest bachelor parties reflect the
groom-to-be's interests. For instance, a party might feature the watching of a
spectacular sporting event (a hockey or football game, perhaps) or participation
in a sports activity, such as skiing, fishing, or camping. Or the best man, with
help from the ushers, might organize an agenda of entertainment for the
Party that could include roasting the groom, gambling (where portions of the
winnings go the groom), or competitions (darts, bowling, snooker, etc.). The
trend calls for memorable, fun, well-organized parties, planned with care and
Great places to hold a bachelor party:
- a vacation home
- a ski chalet
- a hotel banquet room
- a private room in a restaurant
- in a private box at a stadium or arena during a favorite sporting event
A toast to the host for:
- not scheduling the party the night before the wedding.
- arranging several designated drivers to make sure everyone gets home
safely, or alerting a taxi service to provide rides for everyone.
- keeping the guest list manageable. Open-ended invitations, which allow
guests to bring along other friends, may result in unduly boisterous
activity, as well as in losing the point of the event: the sharing of a
special moment in which a friend is honored.
- not assuming the groom wants a monster bash or "female entertainment."
Most modern grooms-to-be are responsible men who don't wish to do anything
they wouldn't normally do at a party, or upset their fiancées.
- taking into consideration that the bride will probably find out what
happened during the party (it's almost inevitable), and organizing a party
that's not going to compromise the groom's relationship with his
Bachelor party toast:
- "Drink, my buddies, drink with discerning, Wedlock's a lane where there
is no turning; Never was owl more blind than lover; Drink and be merry,
lads; and think it over.
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