You might have heard of a bachelor or bachelorette party, but what about a post-wedding bach party? It turns out that many brides and grooms are opting for the after-party to beat all after parties – and there is a good reason.
Why Throw A Post Wedding Bach Party?
Many couples have found themselves having to postpone or town down their wedding in recent times. This means that many of those bach parties have had to go on hold. Thankfully, there is no rulebook when it comes to weddings, meaning you can throw your bach party whenever you like. No longer do you have to settle for a virtual event or worry about how to fit the party into your budget. You can have it after the wedding instead.
How To Plan A Post Wedding Bach Party
Going against the grain when it comes to your bach party means that most rules have gone out the window. This means you have to communicate with all of your guests as you may find you have to organize the majority of it yourself. So long as everyone is on the same page and you are open with your guests, then you should find that things fall into place.
Who Pays For A Post Wedding Bach Party?
Bach parties are usually paid for by the wedding party. The chances are that your post-wedding bach party will have to come from your personal funds. However, if you’re open with the rest of your part and they know that you’ve already had to alter your original plans, then you might find they step up to take control.
Throwing a post-wedding bach party could be one of the biggest wedding trends to come out of 2020 – and why not? Just because the big day is over doesn’t mean the fun has to end.
In 1985, Mick and Tracey Hepworth were a young couple celebrating their wedding with friends and family. But during the celebration, thieves stole a handbag that contained the roll of film from the wedding ceremony. It was at that time that the newlyweds realized they wouldn’t have a single photo to remember their big day.
Not a Single Photo Left
The handbag belonged to Tracey’s cousin, Karen Williams. It was thrown on the ground as the family members chased the thieves until they got away. The couple ended up giving up hope and eventually moved on.
Later that night, a woman by the name of Angie McHale found the empty handbag, along with the roll of film, and had each photo developed. She decided to store the photos since there was no way of ever tracking down the people in the photos.
Using the Internet as a Resource
Last month, Angie was preparing to move for the 4th time since developing the film, and she came across the photos once again. She posted them to Facebook and asked her friends if anyone knew who the photos might belong to. Within a few single hours, she was able to get in touch with the rightful owners.
Karen Williams recalled that her handbag went missing as she was dancing at her cousin’s wedding reception on July 6th, 1985. According to her and everyone at the reception, the pictures were long gone and wouldn’t be seen again.
Angie mentioned that she was walking down the street when she spotted the bag and noticed there was only a single roll of film inside. There was no Internet back then, so she couldn’t try to find the owner. She ended up delivering the photos to Mike and Tracey’s house.
Tracey was in awe of the thoughtful gesture a complete stranger did for a photo. She also stated that the timing couldn’t have been any better since she and Mike will soon celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary in July.