Worried about your groom’s bachelor party? How to survive

Worried about your groom’s bachelor party? How to survive

What makes bachelor parties so difficult for brides is that they involve a group of guys – this can often spell trouble.
Sep. 20, 2013 | By: The idoo.ca staff

Are you worried about your groom’s bachelor party? If so, you’re not alone. Most brides are at least somewhat uncomfortable with the idea of their groom going off for a final night alone. What makes bachelor parties so difficult for brides is that they involve a group of guys – this can often spell trouble. To keep your fears in control, follow these easy tips. 

Communicate – Talk to your fiancé about your concerns. If he is aware of them he will be more likely to try to avoid hurting your feelings. Make it a habit to keep the lines of communication open between you and your future husband and you’ll have a great marriage.

Don’t give ultimatums – Now is not the time to turn into a bridezilla. You certainly don’t want to start out your new marriage by forcing your man to make a choice. Remember that the bachelor party is an expected event before every wedding. It’s only one night!

Don’t listen to others – Now is the time everyone comes out with a horrible story of a bachelor party that they heard of. Don’t let this talk negatively impact you. Stay away from negativity.

Plan a fun evening of your own – Don’t sit home moping about the bachelor party. You’ll only get yourself into a tizzy. Plan a fun (restrained) evening with a friend or family member. Go to the movies, go shopping, or have a fun evening of at-home pampering spa treatments.

Remember to trust – Trust is a big part of your relationship and will continue to play an important role in your lives moving forward. Remember to keep trust in your man – he’s going to do what’s best for you and your relationship because he loves you.

Ask for what you need – If you need some reassurance from your fiancé don’t hesitate to ask. You always need to be honest in your relationship and this is the perfect example. If you’re having some fears they’re normal. Let your guy know that you’re uncomfortable and ask him to call you when he gets home.

The idoo.ca staff.

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