Bachelor Party Ideas Springfield MO

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The Gerbera Group
(417) 619-5528
2756 S. Campbell Ave
Springfield, MO
 
Noah's Ark Animal Workshop
(417) 369-2108
1092 Blackjack School RD
Springfield, MO
 
Sharon Taylor Designs - Pickwick House
(417) 773-9999
611 S Pickwick
Springfield, MO
 
Luxury Limousines
(417) 865-5600
645 S Glenstone Ave
Springfield, MO
 
Ella Weiss Wedding Designs
(417) 865-0700
400 E Walnut St
Springfield, MO
 
Ellie Berry Pie
(417) 862-3743
303 1/2 Park Central West
Springfield, MO
 
Bridal Dove Events
(417) 631-2476
6405 W Meadow Dr
Springfield, MO
 
Glass Slipper Weddings and Events
(417) 536-0584
1213 S. 14th St.
Ozark, MO
 
The Wedding Collection Llc
(417) 881-3399
3107 S Campbell Ave
Springfield, MO
 
Blossoms
(417) 865-8787
900 N Glenstone
Springfield, MO
 

The Coed Bachelor Party: Things to Consider - Bridal Showers

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Bachelor and bachelorette parties used to be considered the bridal couple’s last chance to cut loose before wedding planning and marriage. Such parties usually involve large quantities of alcohol and sophomoric rowdiness with each sex going in opposite directions to hang with his/her own friends. But the face of bachelor/bachelorette parties are quickly changing. Although it’s still traditional for women to go one way and men another, the idea of a coed bachelor party is becoming more and more popular.

Why this change?
Because many couples pay for their own weddings, including pre-event celebrations, they often party together. Plus, if couples do plan a coed bachelor party with alcohol, instead of occurring the night before the wedding, they’re planned for days, even weeks, ahead.

Also, more Americans marry at an older age, many in their mid-to-late-twenties. Wedding experts say such couples are more focused on careers, families and their relationship. Many bridal couples take pleasure in sharing their celebrations and wedding planning .

Coed Bachelor Party Ideas
Possibilities for a coed bachelor party are limited only by your imagination. Even if bar hopping is chosen, many coed groups get a driver, often with a limousine, to chauffeur them from bar to bar. The emphasis is on safety, responsibility and having fun together.

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