Cupid's Pulse Article: Eric Johnson Hits the Golf Course Pre-Wedding to Jessica SimpsonCupid's Pulse Article: Eric Johnson Hits the Golf Course Pre-Wedding to Jessica Simpson

By Sanetra Richards

Watch out, Tiger! According to, Jessica Simpson’s fiance (now husband), Eric Johnson, spent a day with his groomsmen on the golf course on Thursday, July 3rd. The former NFL player shared a few games and laughs as they prepared for and celebrated the wedding. Johnson and about 20 of his best bro friends enjoyed themselves at Sandpiper Golf Course in Santa Barbara, California: “They were a really attractive group!” an eyewitness tells Us, including the group joked about being in town for a “secretive” wedding. “They played 18 holes and drank lots of Bud Lights!” The father-of-the-bride was also included in the bunch says another onlooker. “There were definitely a lot of Southern accents,” says the witness. “The guys were all super hot!” The source went on to add,”When they all arrived, they were really boisterous, greeting and hugging each other. They had a really good time.” The couple of four years definitely felt the fireworks as they exchanged vows over the 4th of July weekend.

What are some unique bachelor/bachelorette party ideas?

Cupid’s Advice:

You are preparing for the big day . . . your wedding day! After weeks of preparation, and what seemed to be close to blood, sweat, and tears, you are ready to have a pre-celebration. You want to bring it in with all of your closest pals – but there is only one problem. You aren’t quite too sure on what exactly to do. Cupid has some fun and festive ideas to add to your suggestions:

1. Scavenger hunt: Why not have your wedding party go on a personalized hunt? Come up with a few questions, which you think they may know the answers to in regards to you and your future Mr/Mrs. and send them out on the search. The winner gets a prize! (Maybe an extravagant wedding favor?)

Related: Jessica Simpson Sets a Wedding Date

2. Pool party: Thinking about combining both the bachelor and bachelorette parties for a little co-ed fun? Hosting a pool party would be a great idea and a great time. Invite your closest friends and family to a little outdoor fun in celebration of your special day.

Related: Jessica Simpson Gives Birth, Welcomes Baby Boy Ace Knute Johnson

3. Camping: Spend the night leading up to the ceremony outdoors: hiking, setting up the tent, roasting marshmallows for the s’mores – the joys of an adventurer.

What are some cool bachelor/bachelorette party ideas? Share your suggestions below.