Party Hard, But Not the Night Before the Wedding

The Good: 

Planning the party for months in advance opens up options, enables you to travel, and reduces the risk of getting caught with your hand in the cookie jar.

The Bad: 

You’ve all seen The Hangover. As funny as the movie was, you do not want to go through that. In this case, it may be preferable to go somewhere remote where trouble can’t easily find your gang.

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The Ugly: OFFICIANT: Do you, Joe, take Molly to be your lawfully wedded wife... JOE: I (blah - sound of Joe puking). MOLLY: You know what, on second thought I’d like to revise my last answer.

Party Hard, But Not the Night Before the Wedding

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Answering the questions posed to the groom on the altar-- “do you promise to have and to hold, in sickness and in health, yadda yadda?”-- with the response “What was the question?” will not get the union off to a good start. A puffy, hungover, red-eyed Bachelor, Best Man, Groomsmen, and male guests do not make for a happy bride. This isn’t the movies, folks. The Best Man and his minions must have some grasp on reality here. While adult entertainment and copious amounts of tequila following the rehearsal dinner may sound like a great way to kill time, it’s really not. Flex your head, and be smart, please.

Bachelor10 Tip: 

Best bet, have the party two to three months prior to the wedding. That way the Bachelor will have gotten his rocks off and have a few months to get his act together in time to be the dutiful future husband leading up to the big day.