(Closed) Bachelor Party Invite Question

posted 6 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 3
828 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

You are right that the groom should not invite someone to the bachelor party who is not invited to the wedding.

But I’m a little confused about your wedding.

So you are having the ceremony where everyone is invited? then the close family and friends will eat dinner and everyone else will presumably eat on their own, then everyone gets back together for the cocktail reception?


Post # 4
996 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Although most people probably don’t agree with me, I have no issue with people going to the bachelor (ette) parties that are not invited to the wedding-or in this case-the whole wedding. However, I did not invite people to our parties. They were put together for us. I have gone on bachelorette parties for people who I was friends with but due to their budget restraints or the location, I was unable to go. I still wanted to celebrate with them because they were my friends and I was happy for them.

I think that if you are that worried about etiquette you should reconsider only inviting some of your guests to dinner. While I understand why people do it, I think that is a much bigger etiquette no-no.

Post # 6
305 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@jvanders623:  Its funny you are asking this, because my Fiance just told me the same thing, and I was like you can’t do that!  But i talked to a few people about it… and they said no biggie at all, because guys love to go out and party.  They said its not the same as us girls inviting people to our bach, idk why its a double standard… LOL

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