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The Invitation Says it All

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It is the most important communication piece you will ever have pertaining to your event.  Guests most of the time would have to purchase one in order to be in attendance – of course, all proceeds would benefit the guest of honour, The Groom. These are the invitations and they are an Invitation Says It Allessential and necessary communication piece to give to your guests.  While online social media invites like iContact, E-vite and Facebook Groups allow a much simpler and quicker format to invite guests to a bachelor party, there is a much more formalness to a professionally made, printed invite.  This is a communication piece that commemorates a transition in a man’s life, a rite of passage before he is committed to one person for the rest of his life and ending his crazy, single partying lifestyle.  Here are a few more reasons why a tangible invitation is a must-do:

In an age of instant communication, you lose the human touch:

We get invited to the odd party, concert, birthday bash, beer fest, walk-a-thon and so on through Facebook and other social media invitations.  Since we’re so use to this platform, it only seems like the best way to communicate about a bachelor party, right? Wrong.  We’ve become so accustomed to this standard way of invitation giving that we lose sight of the importance a tangible invitation gives us – that human touch.  Furthermore, it’s created on a cookie-cutter platform, leaving no room for a creative or personalized input and your invitation would therefore look like any other.  Thirdly, your guests will think that since it was created online, it is a casual event and they may feel they can invite other people and before you know it, 100 guests show up when you had intended on only 30 that night.  Lastly, you can’t keep track of who’s coming with an online invitation.  Because it’s such an informal invite, people will just state that they’re attending and feel they still can chose to be a no-show, should anything else come up.  Or worse, they will be listed as a “maybe” and you’re caught trying to regularly get in touch with them to confirm who’s coming and who’s not, leaving you struggling up until the night before the party, just to get the final guest count. 

 The right kind of communication:

Nothing communicates better than a tangible invitation in the hands of your invitees.  The invitation will set the tone of your event and give the appropriate information on the venue, theme, activities and the like – without any miscommunication (or anyone to reply on some event “wall” or two-way social media platform with alternative suggestions and inappropriate comments).  This is a controlled invitation because it is issued to only those invited and they “earn” it by purchasing them.  They can’t bring a friend last minute or delay their status confirmation either – once they’ve bought their ticket, they make it a priority to attend.  It’s also what’s written in the invitation that counts too, so get creative! An invitation doesn’t have to be boring with the same old headings like, date, time, place and R.S.V.P. There are many options to make your tickets suited to your likes and tastes.  Share some jokes about the groom or include that a magnum-sized bottle of Vodka will be given as a door prize. 

It makes your party official:

Once you have finalized the venue, date and every miniscule detail possible, the invitation is the final touch to make the bachelor party you’re organizing official.  Everything comes together once the invitations are done.  A professionally designed invite gives your event a more richer, holistic feeling.  Like a fundraiser or gala event, the tickets are to be sold and hopefully kept as a souvenir afterwards of a night well spent!

Jack and Jill Party Game Ideas

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Once you’ve got everything set and organized for the Jack and Jill party of your two soon-to-be-newlywed friends, you have to ensure entertainment is provided for all guests. By entertainment, I mean, organized games! Assuming there will be double the people in attendance as opposed to a regular bachelor/bachelorette party; you require double the festivities, double the giveaways and of course, double the fun. So get your tournament brackets and scoreboards prepared along with a few raffle giveaways and a great mix CD as below are suggested games that are sure to entertain the crowd!

Toonie Toss: All you really need for a Toonie Toss game is a magna-sized bottle of Vodka and masking tape. Place the bottle of vodka on the floor and create barriers so that there is a distance of at least three metres between where the bottle is situated and where you want your guests to throw their toonies. Have each guest write their name on small pieces of masking tape and have them stick each piece on their own toonies. Closest toonie to the bottle, wins it! (Of course, Bride and Groom keep the toonies for their new life together).

Fish Races: For this game, you would need two long horizontal containers or tanks (preferably the same size), two straws and of course, two gold fish! You can have more than two gold fish for multiple games of fish races afterward. However, the game requires only two people to play at a time. Each person simply blows air into the tank using the straw to cause the goldfish to swim in the direction of the air movement. This is continued until the fish reaches the other side of the tank. The first person to have his or her fish reach the other end of the tank, wins the goldfish. Allow your guests to pay per game so that this game can generate income for the bride and groom. A great way to increase money is to have other attendees place bets on who will win.

Pie Throwing: This game is more so for to the groom-to-be, but the soon-to-be-bride can participate as well if she’s up for a little messy fun! All you would need are a few cream pies and a lined piece of paper where guests will write their name down and bet an amount on what is worth seeing a pie get thrown into the face of either the bride or groom. The highest bidder at the end of the night has the honour of throwing the pie(s). Make it interesting and create a second round where your guests will then have to bet on the groom throwing a pie in the bride’s face and vice versa! Entertainment is key! Who wouldn’t like a little pie-in-face action?

Find The Joker (Joker Poker Board): For this game you would need about three decks of cards and some bristol boards. Tape each card facedown on the bristol boards in no particular order. Each person has to pay $5 to select a card (or a as many as they like at $5 each) and write their name on the back of their selected card with a soft tip marker. Once each card is covered in names of guests who have made their selections, tear off each card to reveal its face. Those who guessed where the Joker was wins $50 (while the rest of the money go towards the bride and groom.

Good luck with your party and prewedding fundraising!

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