So you and your soon-to-be partner have decided to get a prenuptial agreement? Congratulations. You've had the conversations, you're on the same page, and you're ready for a true partnership—not just a marriage. You know what this means: It's time to celebrate.
While a prenuptial party might not be the most standard of celebratory events, it does deserve commemoration. And of course, getting married itself is a cause for celebration, so why not bust out a bottle of Champagne and designate a time to celebrate signing this all-important piece of paper?
If people can throw divorce parties, you can have a party to celebrate signing a prenup. Here, the best ways to throw an unconventional celebration for your future partnership.
Well, why not? A prenup gets a bad rap for being associated with negativity (and marital assets), but it’s so much more than a marriage contract—it's an investment into your future. You and your partner are coming together on agreed-upon terms for the greater good of both you two as individuals and as a couple, while also being prepared for the future you might have as your family grows and expands.
Anyone who you feel should be involved in the event, of course. Some people may raise an eyebrow (or both eyebrows) at the concept since it’s an unconventional one. But a party is what you make it: Whether it's with two people or with 100 people, make sure to include the people who support you most in every endeavor.
So you've committed to the concept of a prenup party, and you're ready to celebrate. It's a rather intimate affair, so it's best to approach the entire event with a sense of humor and a laugh—a great tone to also start your marriage on.
Having a prenup, or a premarital agreement is a huge cause for celebration, not the negative and sad downer people think it is. There are going to be plenty of reasons to celebrate throughout your marriage, both big and small—so why not start your marriage on a great note by celebrating a major decision like singing the prenup?