Inviting the Groom’s Married Sister to the Bachelor Party??? OK, this is getting really weird, and I’m hoping someone can help me figure out what the heck is going on here and is it as inappropriate as it would appear? My wife’s brother is getting married in Las Vegas (for the third time). His fiance’s …

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Do Groomsmen Pay for the Bachelor Party? My best friend is getting married, and as the best man, I know that it is my responsibility to organize the bachelor party. We are planning to go to the city for the party and stay in a hotel. I know that I am taking care of his …

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We recently held a bachelor and bachelorette for the friends and family of my friends getting married in August. They walked away with a profit (as of yet) of $2000 so should the people who organized recoop their costs? The money has already been given to the bride and groom but I have spent a lot of money …

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Photo By: erocka How well do you know your son?  If the two of you can be seen at ball games or bars, throwing a couple back while talking about what happened the past week at work or with your son’s soon to be wife, then maybe a bachelor party is in the cards for …

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I’m going to leave the obvious connotations to this question unanswered and instead focus on how to spoil the bachelor himself.  Going on a bachelor party is literally the closest thing to having your 5th birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese’s.  It’s supposed to be a magical day where extravagant food is ushered to you …

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