The bachelor’s party itself has always been somehow escorted with girls or strippers. It may sound bad or good, but at the end of the day it’s just a party. A party that is done before one gets married and somehow a party that makes the Bride to be in misery and paranoia.
Some fiancée’s may be ok with it, while others are not as understanding. So to avoid any conflicts or problems that may possibly arise, here’s a list of things to consider when organizing a buck’s night:
1. Be Creative. Inviting strippers and paying for naked ladies isn’t really an ideal thing to do anymore, and that idea is just too old. These strippers definitely aren’t that exciting anymore when you’re at the age of marriage as they were in your teens. In any case, be creative, make an itinerary and arrange something that all the boys would like. The best thing to do is to consult the fiancée, the family and close friends if you’re unsure with something. Thus, makes the fiancée at peace and certain for a happy relationship and a progressive married life. Run through ideas with her and take note of activities ‘the Groom to be’ would really enjoy.
2. Go Extreme. Somehow, after getting ideas from the fiancée, arrange something outdoors. Yes you could go camping, grill barbecue and drink with the boys, but it’s more thrilling to go beyond that. And in fact, it’s a party to be remembered, so make it memorable as you possibly can.
- White water rafting
- Paintballing and shooting ranges
- Scuba diving
- Rock climbing
3. Laid Back. When the Groom to be is a more relaxed type of guy, indoor fun is the answer!
- Gaming, sports, gambling, karaoke bars
- Pub crawl
- Dress theme parties
- Rent a beach front resort
4. Stock Up. Go shopping before the party just in case something goes wrong. At least you have everything a stag night needs (booze and food!). Do this days or a night before and order whatever props you need and make sure you have everything a day before the party.
5. Driver and wheels. Hire a driver and a big car, maybe a limo for all the boys to fit in. A friend might offer to be the driver, but this friend could not drink. If he says just one bottle, it will be for sure followed by more bottles. So better to hire a driver. Safety is still and should always be the top priority.
6. Do Everything in Advance. Doing this prevents last minute problems and would save everyone from any hassle. Send out invitations a month before so you would know how many people are coming and how many people are you preparing for.
A bachelor’s party isn’t about any naked ladies and definitely not a night of freedom. It’s a night of friendship and craziness the ‘groom to be’ and his mates share.