By Erin Minty
Host of Extra and America’s Best Dance Crew Mario Lopez held his bachelor party this past weekend at TAO Beach in Las Vegas. Among 15 of his closest buds, Lopez lounged in the sun, snacking on fresh fruit, sushi, crispy rice and quesadillas, reports People. No matter how much fun he had with the guys, however, it was his fiancé’s surprise addition to the all-boys weekend that was the showstopper. Courtney Mazza, who has been engaged to Mario Lopez since January, appeared during the bachelor party to perform with the Pussycat Dolls.
What are some ways you can contribute to your partner’s bachelor/bachelorette party?
A bachelor/bachelorette party can be one of the most memorable times that a bride/groom gets to spend with their friends before the big day. Without stepping on anyone’s feet, you may be tempted to make the party even more special. Cupid has some advice on how to contribute to your partner’s bachelor/bachelorette party:
1. Have a specially designed cake delivered: Have a tasty treat delivered to the party that has a special message design. Show you’re thinking of your partner and your approaching big day.
2. Make sure champagne is waiting in their hotel room: Have chilled champagne delivered to your soon-to-be spouse’s hotel room so that she/he and their friends can toast to your nuptials.
3. Make a surprise appearance: Take a hint from Courtney Mazza and make a quick unexpected appearance at the bachelor or bachelorette party. Make sure that this appearance would be appreciated before deciding to do it, however.
How did you contribute to your partner’s bachelor/bachelorette party? Leave your story below.
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