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Divorce Parties

divorce party (also known as a divorce ceremony) is a way to have a ceremony that celebrates the end of a marriage or civil union. Types of divorce parties vary greatly, and can involve either one or both members of the separating couple. Divorce parties have been called the final frontier in the wedding industry complex, and often involve a toast that emphasizes the couple beginning new chapters in their lives.

Similar to weddings, divorce parties take on many tenors and serve different purposes. Divorce parties in which couples have become independent of one another are often an announcement of new found singledom. These divorce parties are often equated to bachelor or bachelorette party and involve tongue-in-cheek items such as divorce cakes, wedding ring coffins, just-divorced banners, and divorce rings (a notched, or broken, circle). VirginiaThunderOnline.com has Male Strippers, Male Dancers, Female strippers and party supplies for (Ladies/men) to host there events. Las Vegas is widely considered as the divorce party capital of The United States But in today's economy traveling across the counrty,booking hotels, airfare, etc,  You can choose a better way have a stripper come to your event and your problem is solved.

Divorce parties that couples co-host often have a serious tone, and are aimed at healing the rifts among family and friends that divorces may cause. The idea is to acknowledge the good, even as the marriage is ending, and to let go of the accompanying anguish. When a couple co-hosts a party, they often celebrate what they’ve shared and ask friends and family for support as they separate from each other. A recent CNN article on the subject of divorce parties noted that divorce parties are growing exponentially in popularity, and helping alleviate the stigma surrounding the end of marriage. Having a party were all the ladies can celebrate and having a party were the men can celebrate then a neutral place like a bar or restaurant were everybody can meet and learn to move forward.

 Laura Dave wrote the first novel about divorce parties, which is entitled The Divorce Party.

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Well "Yes, it's sad and it's painful, but it's not failure," says Christine Gallagher, the owner of Los Angeles event company The Divorce Party Planner and the author of a book by the same name. "It's part of life, and yet it's the only major event for which we have no ritual.

"A celebration communicates that divorce is OK -- life-affirming, even."

Lillie, 48, agrees. "It's like an Catholic wake. Just because there's been a death doesn't mean you can't have food and drink, celebrate life acknowledge the past and hope good things for the future. It's about closure."Bearing witness, wedding-style"At a wedding, you gather friends and family around and say, 'Support us on this journey,'" says Eulette, 49, whose 2003 post-split bash was attended by the same klatch of far-flung friends and relatives as her wedding. "A divorce ceremony is a way to gather them around and say, 'I'm moving on. Please support me.'"And that support, says Michon, is also practical in nature. "If you split up, someone's getting the blender and someone's not," she says. "My own celebration was a way for my friends to say, 'We love you no matter what, and by the way, here are a few appliances you're missing.'"Believe me, a toaster means a lot more when your heart's broken than on your wedding day," says Michon, a writer, who recently organized a divorce registry at Target for another friend. "Especially if you're out thousands of dollars in legal fees."

Divorce parties: One size doesn't fit all

Just as no two weddings are alike, divorcees are seeking out (or creating from scratch) marriage-ending markers that resonate with them.

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