Post # 16
if they’ll be taking someone’s car to the hotel then you can literally give them a care package to take with them: a box stuffed with drunk food and hangover food. Potato chips, banana bread, gatorade, tylenol, etc..
But honestly, if that’s not feasible because of how they’re getting around etc.. then I’d just wish them a good time and leave it be. You’re very sweet but they’ll be fine.
Post # 17
oneinamillion : a nice bottle of 18yo scotch to take with them or a bottle of fancy champers to toast the occasion. Its a nice thought without having to seem like you are interfering and dictating how they spend their time like if you were to give them a dinner/drinks voucher or a ticket to an event of sorts.
I did see a bunch of guys at our vegas hotel on a bachelor party wearing matching Hugh heffner red velvet smoking jackets and a captains hat. We overheard them in the lobby saying that they were a gag gift from the bride and bridesmaids! Sooo another option perhaps!!?? 😜 lol just joking! I’d stick to a fancy smancy beverage to mark the occasion!
Post # 18
Personalized beer steins! My husband has a few from various weddings he’s been. He loves them, so I’m doing up a set for him and his boys!
Post # 19
julies1949 : pocahontas28 : Totally agree.
You obviously mean well OP, but I’d stay out of the bachelor party altogether.
Since these are sweet guys, and one is your best man, why not plan a special night for them after they get back. Invite them all over for a movie night (their choice in DVDs or Netflix) and tell them you’ll be cooking up all their favourites to go with it- or if you’re not into cooking, order in food and get in some movie munchies.
Post # 20
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I would stay out of the bachelor completely.
Post # 21
Glad to hear one is your best man and I’m assuming you kicked that girl out of the wedding party? Life is too short. Work on you obessiveness, bee, and you’ll find thw right kind of friends. Feeling the need to get involved in his party is a no. Give them space. Instead what about something waiting for all of them in the hotel room as they get ready for the wedding. Alcohol of their choice or something that matches their personalities.
Post # 22
Okay , I think it’s best I stay away from it. I will give them gifts when they get back!
Post # 23
I would’ve got them a nice bottle of whiskey (to share) and cigars…if they are into that kind of stuff.
Post # 24
Bees make a point about not getting too involved, but I don’t see an issue with a non-intrusive gift! The flasks or beer steins would be cool. I also really like the idea of an expensive bottle of alcohol they can enjoy. Those are not intrusive and you can just hand them over to your Fiance and say “hey, this is so you have a wonderful trip!”
Post # 25
- Wedding: August 2018 - Banquet Hall/Conference Center
This is very sweet, but genuinely curious, how do you have money/time for this lol? I’m having a hard time just keeping up with my own bridesmaids and wedding planning let alone getting FI’s groomsmen a gift haha.
Save that money and effort for a nice wedding gift for your Fiance. It will be more appreciated 🙂 I do love the care package/room service idea though!
Post # 26
When my Fiance came back from his bach party, I made him whatever hangover meal he was feeling like eating (macaroni and cheese with hotdogs in it) and took care of his weekend chores so he could just relax all day.
Post # 27
akshali2000 : Oh i dropped my bridemaid lol and his buddy will be my “best man” so i really want to thank them! 🙂
Post # 29
Dang he actually sent me gift while he is at his Bach party! Hah probably feel bad left me alone. 🙂
he bought me a spa day pass ❤️