DH's bachelor party consisted of his two
brothers and one of them's father-in-law.
The four of them went to New Mexico to get
some good fly fishing. No gifts, but the
one who was the best man did give DH a free
plane ticket to get there.
-- Anita --
> Well, as this thread illustrates, customs vary from place to place. Even
> so, I've never heard of gifts given at the bachelor party. In our
> circles it is usually a nice event hosted by the groomsmen. The guests
> are the groom, the male relatives, and some close male friends. For DS2
> the guys had a cook out supper of hot dogs, salads, etc. at a beach,
> then played Frisbee and so on. The age range was *** through all the
> uncles and dads. No wild drinking, though there may have been some beer
> on hand. Certainly no ***s and trashy dancing. Just some family fun.
>> We have our first family wedding coming up and DS is invited to my
>> bachelor party. Is he expected to bring a gift? It just occurred to me
>> today that could be a possibility and he would be embarrassed if it
>> were the
>> norm and he didn't bring one. Thanks for your advice!
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