There’s no rule that says you must have your bachelor or bachelorette party before you get married. Even though they tied the knot in early May after the Billboard Music Awards, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner Jonas recently treated their family and friends to wild bachelor and bachelorette parties in Spain, and the wild celebrations included everything from McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets to Don Julio 1942 tequila.
Sophie and her gal pals -including her Game of Thrones co-star Masie Williams – started the party at London’s Luton Airport by boarding a private jet and eating McDonald’s burgers, fries, and McNuggets. Sophie’s friend Blair Noel Croce posted a pic of the meal after everything spilled during takeoff, and wrote in the caption that they “can’t have nice things.”
Another member of the group, Ellie Wasserberg, posted a pic of everyone toasting champagne on the plane, and when they made it to Benidorm, Spain, they all wore bright colorful wigs with a short bob cut to go out and party.
Neither Sophie or Masie have posted anything from the trip, but from the pics that their friends have shared, it doesn’t look like Priyanka Chopra Jonas or Danielle Jonas were able to make it.
As for Joe, he partied hard with his brothers Kevin and Nick – plus a few friends – in Ibiza, but Joe admits that he doesn’t remember much about the celebration. During a recent appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the three brothers played a game of “Know Your Bro.”
And, when Fallon asked Nick and Kevin about the craziest thing that happened at the bachelor party, they revealed that they had the cops called on them three times during the first night.
Nick added that Joe broke down a cardboard box that packaged Don Julio 1942 tequila and “somehow cut it into a bandana,” and he wore “1942” across his forehead all day long.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner tied the knot at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in May, with a ceremony officiated by an Elvis impersonator. However, the two are planning a huge ceremony in France this summer for family and friends.
“They had to get married in the States to make it legal, but the wedding is still in Europe,” says an insider.