The new trend of celebrating together the bachelor party change the rules of the most anticipated event of the future bride and groom.
The bachelor party is that event that every boyfriend / girl does not want to give up before his / her wedding day arrives.
Habitually a farewell is usually something very crazy, an event organized by the friends of the future bride and groom in order to set a memorable day in which the last moments of singleness are enjoyed to the maximum.
Getaways to party cities, fun activities or experiences with lots of adrenaline; all kinds of activities are welcome for a farewell, but there is something that goes a little out of the typical and that is now becoming a new trend: celebrate mixed farewells.
We are used to having men and women celebrate the bachelor party on their own, a topic that seems to be going out of style. What would you think if the bride and groom celebrated this day together?
A couple that is going to get married, having already spent a lot of time together, shares most of the friendships and that, added to the fact that more and more the age in which we usually get married, makes the typical crazy style farewells ‘The Hangover’ is no longer the most sought after option.
Of course, classic bachelor parties will continue, but the tendency now is to organize something different. If you like the idea but do not know where to start, first of all you have to think about interests that unite the couple and from there select the spaces by type of event you want to organize.
A catamaran party, a rural excursion, a duel of laser guns, a thematic night in a private space or a reserved nightclub, the options are endless as the tastes of the couple and if you are not sure, Lanzarote Wedding is in charge of organizing your mixed farewell, thinking of all the details.
With the variant of creating a mixed event, the bachelor / bachelor party becomes practically a pre-wedding. A festive event in which the couple and their friends celebrate the imminent wedding, an occasion also to get to know each other and start enjoying the celebration of the big day.
This boom in mixed farewells indicates a more intelligent and personalized consumption model, reflecting a demand for leisure in which one chooses to invest time in activities that provide experiential value.