You might have heard of a bachelor or bachelorette party, but what about a post-wedding bach party? It turns out that many brides and grooms are opting for the after-party to beat all after parties – and there is a good reason.
Why Throw A Post Wedding Bach Party?
Many couples have found themselves having to postpone or town down their wedding in recent times. This means that many of those bach parties have had to go on hold. Thankfully, there is no rulebook when it comes to weddings, meaning you can throw your bach party whenever you like. No longer do you have to settle for a virtual event or worry about how to fit the party into your budget. You can have it after the wedding instead.
How To Plan A Post Wedding Bach Party
Going against the grain when it comes to your bach party means that most rules have gone out the window. This means you have to communicate with all of your guests as you may find you have to organize the majority of it yourself. So long as everyone is on the same page and you are open with your guests, then you should find that things fall into place.
Who Pays For A Post Wedding Bach Party?
Bach parties are usually paid for by the wedding party. The chances are that your post-wedding bach party will have to come from your personal funds. However, if you’re open with the rest of your part and they know that you’ve already had to alter your original plans, then you might find they step up to take control.
Throwing a post-wedding bach party could be one of the biggest wedding trends to come out of 2020 – and why not? Just because the big day is over doesn’t mean the fun has to end.