One of the most fun things you can do in life is have that epic bachelor party. There are a lot of ways to go about this, but there are definitely a few basic principles that you should keep in mind. Put some thought into what you decide to do since this is not exactly a regular occasion. Below are 10 tips to having an excellent bachelor party whether you are the one getting married or a friend of the groom.

  1. Invite friends of the groom

The first thing you need to do in order to have an excellent bachelor party is to simply invite the right people. This doesn’t have to be the rowdiest of crowds, you will inevitably have a good time if the people you are comfortable with are all there. If you are the groom, you know who your closest friends are, so it is really your call. If you are friends with the groom and have someone else in mind who isn’t invited, kindly ask if they can come. Once the guestlist is set, then the real fun begins.

  1. Have a strong transportation plan

No matter where your group decides to go, it is important to establish how you will get there. It might make sense for there to be a designated driver if there are plans for heavy drinking or you may even opt to rent a limo or party bus. There is also a need to have a plan for the end of the night when everyone needs to get home. Basically, you don’t want something as mundane as transportation to stop you from having a fun party or completely put a damper on it if there is a problem.

  1. Have the party a few days before the wedding or earlier

There is much less pressure on the groom if the bachelor party is days before the wedding. No one wants to be tired, nauseous and hungover on their wedding day, and it is an important day to be feeling your best. The bride will certainly appreciate this too.

  1. Be upfront with the bride

Clearly, you don’t have to tell the bride about everything that is going to happen at the bachelor party. But try to at least establish some kind of blueprint. Chances are this will make everyone more relaxed and there will be fewer unwanted surprises.

  1. Split the costs

A bachelor party is kind of like a birthday. The friends of the honoree should split the costs and cover the bachelor’s portion of the bill. Be sure to keep in mind that not everyone attending will want to spend a fortune, so try to compromise on exactly what everyone will owe.

  1. Plan activities that fit the crowd

No two crowds are alike. The bachelor might want something more low key or they might want something more wild. Just make sure that whatever you end up doing is something that won’t make them uncomfortable. If you’re short on ideas, check out resources like Bucks Party Melbourne, which has packages that include go karts, axe throwing, whiskey tastings, girls dressed down, helicopter flights and much more.

  1. Have some extra supplies available

There’s nothing worse than needing some premium whiskey for after the bars close and you’ve got none. Or if you’re all craving a snack after a long night out. Simply avoid this problem by stocking up on some food, drinks and other party supplies that might come in handy throughout the bachelor party.

  1. Have a tentative itinerary

If you’re looking to maximize the experience, at least try to give everyone a tentative idea of what is happening ahead of time. Not everyone may be able to make it to the party at the same time and the bachelor shouldn’t have to be frantically answering calls and text messages from confused friends. This is especially key if the party is more than one day.

  1. Plan a day before and after to relax

If this is looking like one raging bachelor party night or weekend, give yourself some time to prepare and then to unwind after the rowdy time. No one wants to have to do anything stressful the day after a bachelor party or have to worry about getting a good night’s sleep.

  1. Establish a policy on photos

Make sure the groom is comfortable with the photos that are both taken and published. You don’t want to get anyone into trouble based on what happens during a night of debauchery.

 

By: Lisa Eclesworth

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