Though once known as a raucous event, bachelor and bachelorette parties are now becoming an excuse to get together with your loved ones ahead of a wedding. Brides and grooms explore the multigenerational travel trend by inviting family members on their bachelorette and bachelor parties.
Inviting your and/or your partner’s family members allows for additional bonding time before the big day. This is especially helpful for getting to know your soon-to-be in-laws better.
First and foremost, decide where you want to host your party. Travel for some family members may be difficult, and having a local party would be easiest. If travel is in the picture, opt for a destination with flexibility for a variety of budgets and physical capabilities — think a city with easy public transportation or a resort where you won’t need to leave the grounds. If you keep your party local, plan a weekend of events that cater to the crowd. Plan a low-key brunch during the day and a club or bar at night. This way, everyone can pick and choose what they would like to attend.
Know your limits. Decide exactly how many family members you want to invite, based on closeness and group size. If it will be easier, stick to only parents and siblings. If you have a large, extended family, invite everyone.
Before you invite the entire family, gauge their interest. Every family is different and this may not be the trend for your needs.
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