How to Organise a Co-Ed Bachelor/Bachelorette Party

By Max. D Gray. Updated: June 5, 2018
How to Organise a Co-Ed Bachelor/Bachelorette Party

There is a trend that just keeps getting more fashionable: the co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party, also called Jack and Jill party. It is a perfect way of saying goodbye to years of courtship and give way to commitment surrounded by friends. A co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party is an ideal solution for those couples who do not feel comfortable with the idea of having a separate party and prefer to have a big celebration together with their loved ones. If you think this is the solution that best suits you then keep reading as at we explain how to organise a co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party.

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Steps to follow:

As with any bachelor/bachelorette party, the first step is to select the list of friends that will attend the party. You should think about it in advance as, being this a joint party, it is likely that a large number of people will attend. Once you have a list, you need to think of a venue where everyone can be comfortable and at ease.

The common friends of both bride and groom, as well as their individual ones should be invited to a co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party. This way, everybody will feel comfortable and bride and groom will be surrounded by all the people who are important to them.


After you know how many attendees there will be, you will need to procede step by step in order to organize a perfect co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party:

  • Pick a date on which bride and groom, as well as their closest friends, are available. Certainly not everyone will be able to attend, but those who are closest to the bride and groom must be there.
  • Announce the event. One of the best options is to use Facebook to create an event which everyone can join and comment on. You can also make the announcement by email or through an instant messaging group.
  • Choose a venue and plan activities that suit the couple perfectly and that everyone can enjoy for your co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party.

It is increasingly popular to hire a company specializing in bachelor/bachelorette parties to organize the day for you. The advantage of such option is that you will only need to choose the date and make the announcement, without having to worry about anything else.

As for the kind of co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party, there are many options. For example themed parties in which everybody dresses in the same style, a costume party, or a quiter group dinner with a show. What is most important is that your co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party will be a great celebration: it is the once in a lifetime event during which a couple is saying goodbye together to bachelor life. The party must be double fun!

How to Organise a Co-Ed Bachelor/Bachelorette Party - Step 3

The last but most important tip to organize a co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party is to consider the taste of both bride and groom before deciding on the plan. Sometimes, choosing something that satisfies both is not easy because everyone has different preferences. However, remember that the point of a co-ed bachelor/bachelorette party is that both bride and groom should enjoy this day to the fullest.

Costumes, games and tests are a must to make this day simply unforgettable.

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