How to Handle the Bachelor Party

Your fiance is going to have a bachelor party, but don’t freak out! Not all bachelor parties involve strippers, drugs, and running from the police. Besides, you’re going to have a bachelorette party, why shouldn’t he have fun with his buddies? Helping him plan the party can let him know you’re comfortable or uncomfortable with what he is doing and you will feel less stressed because you won’t be coming up with different scenarios in your head while he’s gone.

Liquor Bouqet

Arrange this surprise liquor bouqet for him the day of his bachelor party and you’ll be who he thinks of when he’s drinking it later. These can be custom ordered or my favorite, DIY. Mini bottles are sometimes sold at liquor outlets for 99 cents each. Attach them to sticks and put them in a bucket or basket with some filling for a nice finishing touch.

Custom Flasks

Custom Bachelor Koozie

Custom flasks for the groom and his groomsmen are nice gifts for the bachelor party. Depending on how much you have in your budget you could also opt for the custom koozies instead.

Hangover Cure Basket

Hangover Basket

Arrange a basket full of hangover cures for the morning after and the entire bachelor party will thank you! It also helps ensure that nobody is sick on your big day.

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Lastly, remember the most important advice, keep calm and pay no mind to his bachelor party. Here are a few tips to help you get through it. 1)┬áLet him have the bachelor party; not allowing him to will cause arguments you don’t need right before your wedding. 2) Expect the unexpected; he might go to Vegas and hire a stripper, or he might have a weekend fishing, hunting, or just hanging out with his friends. 3) Let him know your limits; calmly tell him what will make you uncomfortable because 4) You will have your own party; if you’re going out with your girlfriends, let him go out with his guy friends. 5) Do not dwell on it when the night comes. Do something that will help distract you from thinking about what he’s doing. 6) Don’t pressure him to tell you every little detail the next day; trust that he respected your limits and that he will tell you how his party went if you tell him about yours.

~Nikki

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