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Who pays for a Jack and Jill party?

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A Jack and Jill party can be planned as an engagement party or as a joint wedding shower. Depending on the goal of the celebration, a Jack and Jill is planned, hosted and paid for by the bride and groom, their families or the maid of honor.

There are two types of Jack and Jill parties: those that are meant as a fundraiser for the couple, and those that serve as a stag and doe, or joint wedding shower. According to Canadian Living, Jack and Jill fundraising parties are planned, hosted and paid for by the bride and groom in hopes of raising extra money for their wedding festivities.


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