Post # 1
So, Fiance is in charge of organizing his brothers bachelor party weekend. They are going to a baseball game one night and out to bars the others. His brother has already said no strippers. Fiance just got a call from their dad saying he was upset that he wasn’t invited to the bachelor party. Tickets for the game are already purchased and he feels horrible! Neither of us are aware of bachelor party etiquette concerning parents. We are clueless and he doesn’t know what to do.
Post # 3
Generally, I don’t think that parents are appropriate for a bachelor/bachelorette party unless you are really, really close, or, you don’t plan on being too wild or crazy.
Post # 4
I am not sure about dads, but in my circle, moms are always invited to bachelorette parties. We have fun moms! The moms might leave earlier from the festivities, but they’re out to dinner, shows, clubbing, or whatever we do.
If it were me, I’d invite dad (and maybe some of his friends that Future Brother-In-Law knows) to one night out for dinner and drinking. It sounds like dad is probably fun if he would want to go to the bachelor party.
Post # 5
Hell yeah the dad is invited 🙂 my grandfather will be invited to my FH’s! (I have a younger grandfather he will be late 60’s at the time)
Post # 6
I’ve never heard of a parent being invited to a bachelor/ette party…it’s generally the bride, bridesmaids, and maybe some close friends…I guess it’s a personal choice though.