Daeiona
January 2020

Bachelor/bachelorette Party

Daeiona, on April 12, 2019 at 8:37 PM Posted in Parties and Events 0 8
Saved Save
Reply
Hey Everyone,
Out of curiosity, how do you guys feel about having a combined bachelor/bachelorette party?

In my my opinion I think it’ll be fun and plan on doing this if my love agrees to it. It’s still up for discussion. Lol.

8 Comments

Latest activity by Judith, on June 8, 2019 at 3:18 PM
  • Victoria
    Super May 2019
    Victoria ·
    • Flag
    We’re having ours tomorrow! We all have the same friend group, and it’s not like we’re doing anything the other person wouldn’t like. We’re just having friends over for drinks and games!
    • Reply
  • Summerbride77
    VIP July 2019
    Summerbride77 ·
    • Flag
    I think it depends on the bride and groom. We wanted to do our own thing but we have lots of overlapping guests between the two parties. I could see a combo party being a fun
    • Reply
  • Halea
    Dedicated November 2019
    Halea ·
    • Flag
    We are having like a picnic like thing with guys vs girls. Tug a war, giant Jenna, water ballon fight then we are going to go go carting and painting ball.
    • Reply
  • A
    Expert August 2019
    Ami ·
    • Flag
    We chose not to go this route. We both like the same things but felt this is supposed to be spent apart. He went camping with with groomsmen a few weeks ago and had a blast, I'll be wine tasting with my ladies next month. I like the thought of having a weekend of just girls one last time.
    • Reply
  • Realynn
    Expert September 2019
    Realynn ·
    • Flag
    It really dependable in activities! We originally wanted a combined thing but he’s more into relaxed activities (dinner, movie night) whereas I’m more into something more active (Disneyland, clubbing) so it made sense to split the trips

    i had a friend that attended a bridal party retreat where they rented a cabin and they just hung out and got to know each other. She said she really enjoyed it, especially since some bridal parties usually don’t interact with each other before and after the wedding
    • Reply
  • heather
    Dedicated May 2019
    heather ·
    • Flag

    We've actually discussed doing two parties! One with just girls/just guys as I want to have a spa/pool day and he wants to go paint balling! But our wedding party and friends group are all very close so we want to get everyone together the next weekend and just go out for the evening. Since our separate parties are more nontraditional activities (ie not looking to go out and get trashed Smiley tongue ) we figured we could get away with doing that for the group party. Another thing we had discussed was a bach where I spend the day with the guys and he spends the day with my girls. But we can only have so many parties!

    • Reply
  • Jo
    WeddingWire Administrator May 2015
    Jo ·
    • Flag

    Hey there! Did you and your partner decide to have a combined bach? Or are you celebrating separately? What is your SO's take on it? Do you share a lot of the same friends?

    • Reply
  • J
    Master 0000
    Judith ·
    • Flag
    Hate the idea. The point is a last night got out that us not about you as a couple, but about you enjoying time with your own personal friends. You have your whole married life to go out with couples. I would skip and couples bachelorette, as I think there are enough couples things.
    • Reply

You voted for . Add a comment 👇

×

Related articles

WeddingWire celebrates love ...and so does everyone on our site! Learn more

Groups

WeddingWire article topics