Post # 1
Hi Bee’s – Etiquette question here. My Fiance just got back from what he is calling “the most EPIC bachelor party in history”. He and TWENTY, yes TWENTY of his fraternity brothers/friends took him to Vegas in a suite for 5 days 4 nights. He said not only did they do the normal “bachelor party” activities but they also did really cool activities like paint balling, bunging jumping, they even set up a scanvengar hunt for him! I know if it were me, I would be writing my girls a lovely note telling them how mscavengeruch they mean to me, etc., but is this something guys do? I don’t want to insist my Fiance write a note if it’s not really expected. What do you Bee’s think?
This topic was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by Meant2Bee.
Post # 3
peonyinlove: I think an email is a great idea!
Post # 2
i get that he might not want to send out notecards – but i think a mass email telling him what an awesome time he had is definitely in order! doesn’t have to be girly or whatever, maybe he could add some pictures or something so that he doesn’t feel like it’s a ‘thank you’ email? if that’s the hurdle. i think the guys would appreciate being thanked in an email/facebook message 🙂
Post # 4
Sounds like your man had an awesome party!! So nice of his friends!!! I do not think anyone would expect a guy to write a handwritten note, but agree with others that he can write a mass email!
Post # 5
Noo def don’t send out cards. [content moderated for TOS] Just when he sees them in person he can mention how awesome it was, or text them.
Post # 6
Meant2Bee: why doesn’t he get them some sort of gift to say thanks? I don’t see what’s wrog with a male sending a thank you out – my husband does when the situation calls for it. In this case my husband would definitely be sending some sort of gift.
Post # 7
MrsN14: uhhh ‘pretty gay’ is pretty rude. you should be more careful of your language. and before you defend it:
‘gay’ as stupid = rude
thinking that writing a thank you note has anything to do with someone’s sexuality = rude AND ridiculous
Post # 9
It depends on the guy. An email is definately a good idea. I would write thank you’s for mine, but I promised my Fiance that I would write the wedding thank you’s so finding the time for a few extra would be unecessary, esp once you assume that everyone attending the Bachelor Party is also attending the wedding.