Looking for bachelor party ideas that don’t involve staying up all night trying to track down the missing groom? We’ve got you covered. From outdoor adventures to solving mysteries, we got a ton of thought-starters for planning an event where you can make memories with the people you love most. P.S. These activities aren’t exclusive to male-identifying folks!
A rehearsal dinner is a fun way to say thank you to everyone who helped you plan the wedding. It’s also an opportunity for family and friends to meet before the big day. Typically it’s a more intimate affair, which means you have to be pretty selective about your guest list. But who do you invite to the rehearsal dinner?
Your engagement party is a totally optional gathering before the main event, and your chance to share your exciting news with your friends and family. The beauty of an engagement party is that it can be as laid-back or as formal as you want it to be… that said, there are a few engagement party checklist items you’ll want to make sure you think through.
If you love being hungover, skip this post. But if you plan to hit the open bar at any upcoming wedding event, then you need to get in on this hangover hack our assistant editor tested!
Sick of those cringe wedding shower games with questions like “Who cleans more?” Not thrilled to play “Pin the peen” in front of your Great Aunt Sue? Here are three gender-neutral wedding shower games that are actually super fun to play (without the weird sexist angle).
Hi! I’m a mother of the groom, and I’ve been so excited to throw my future daughter-in-law a bridal shower! I’m so excited to introduce her to my friends in a quieter environment, and just have some good old fashioned fun. But she says she wants no bridal shower… I think she’s being really selfish. What should I do? -FMIL