Planning a Bachelor Party?
If you’re planning a bachelor party, there are a few details that simply must be done right. Make sure it’s a night to remember by taking care of two of the most important factors: venue and attendees
By Jonathan Hackman
Whether you are excited for your friend or a little sad that he is settling down, planning a bachelor party is an important way to send him happily on his way to matrimonial bliss while reminding him of what he will be missing. It is also important to make sure that the bachelor party is the best one ever and will be one that everyone talks about for years to come. To ensure that your night is full of debauchery and memories, here are a few things to remember when planning your party.
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The first thing you will want to do is sit down and plan out who will be invited. Depending upon the groom-to-be, you will want to include as many of his close friends and family who can be accommodated by your venue; however, sometimes it is to your advantage to keep the guest list small. Talk it over with your bachelor pal and figure out who is invited before finishing up your planning for the rest of the bachelor party.
Entertainment and Venues
The primary point of any bachelor party is the entertainment. For a wild crowd, this might mean a night of club hopping and strippers. If your group is tamer or the groom prefers no sexy surprises, then check out the option of a men-only camping event or adventure trip. Whatever type of entertainment you choose, be sure to reserve your date at each venue you will attend so that planning a bachelor party will go off without a hitch on the big night.