At a “stag and doe, ” communities come together to commemorate the spouses-to-be—and give them a monetary boost.
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Kyle Reid and Tessa Bailey heard from family and friends people that their celebration come july 1st ended up being a blast. Some 400 individuals went to, and there is a spread of homemade and catered food—pulled pork, lasagna, meatballs, salad—as well as a DJ, games, and a raffle. The guests that are lastn’t keep until 2 a.m.
Reid and Bailey, who will be inside their 20s and are now living in Binbrook, a town in Ontario, Canada, had been celebrating their future wedding, they threw a party for their families, friends, and co-workers—and charged everyone admission though they did so in a way that might be foreign to most couples and wedding-goers. Continue reading