The Bach­e­lors & bach­e­lorette ideas

Brides Essence - - The Bachelors & Bachelorette ideas - By Grant Der­rick

Ibe­lieve that most cou­ples will want to “keep it clean”. Some­times, in the heat of the mo­ment, re­gret­table things do hap­pen. This is im­por­tant to re­mem­ber when plan­ning a bach­e­lor and bach­e­lorette party. It is bet­ter to soberly plan things in ad­vance than to “hun­goverly” re­gret not do­ing so. A night of pub crawl­ing is pos­si­bly one of the old­est clichés when it comes to the last “rum­springer”. This gen­er­ally leads to am­ne­sia, and for the things that can be re­mem­bered, the strong de­sire to have am­ne­sia. Don’t do any­thing that will haunt you for the rest of your days. Re­mem­ber this should be a cel­e­bra­tion of your new life that is about to be­gin and not a homage to the life you are about to lose. Ask your­self the ques­tion : “Why am I get­ting mar­ried”? First we will start with the bach­e­lor party : There is no harm in guys hav­ing some good clean fun that does not tran­scend morals and so­ci­etal laws. This does not nec­es­sar­ily elim­i­nate the fun but opens the door to good clean fun. I have at­tended my fair share of bach­e­lor par­ties and some were re­ally good fun. What are the things that guys like do­ing to­gether most? This is a good ba­sis for you to plan your own or your friends bach­e­lor party.

1. If you or one of your friends have ac­cess, a week-end away at a ru­ral lo­ca­tion is a great place to have a good party with loads of man stuff to do like fish­ing, MX and quad bik­ing, climb­ing, clay pi­geon shoot­ing. This can fill the

Mar/apr 2014 Brides Essence Magazine

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