Planning A Succesful Bachelor Party
- excerpt from GroomsOnline.com
Plan way in advance so you can get commitments from everyone invited.
Do not let the Groom pay for anything at the bachelor party.
Everyone who goes should contribute for themselves and the Groom.
Bachelor parties now are different from the original hoopla stripper parties of the past. Some of the parties now reflect the bachelor’s interests.
For instance, a party might feature going to a spectacular sporting event hockey or football game and with a tailgate party or participation in a sports activity, such as skiing, fishing, or camping. A real good day out could be a planned golf tournament. A scramble tournament with closest to the whole contest on the entire par 3's, longest drive, etc.
After the tournament for the 19th hole, you might organize an agenda of entertainment that could include roasting the groom, gambling (where portions of the winnings go to the groom, nah!) or competitions (darts, bowling, billiards, etc.). The new millennium calls for memorable, fun and well-organized parties. Either one you choose to have, it is still a gathering of men having a good time on behalf of a good friend.
The Big Night
Go to a great restaurant in the most popular area for dinner and bar hopping. Roasting the Groom at the end of dinner at the table is a great way to kick off the remainder of the night. You may go to the local comedy store and see in you an hire some local talent to break the ice and give you some ideas. Now it's time to hit a few of the most popular pubs and night clubs.
At the night club or pub try to get the groom to do a list of embarrassing things (keep it short) best man and his buddies may have come up with or use some of these.
1. Tequila body shot
2. Sing with the band
3. Get a woman to buy him a drink
4. Do a shot every time he mentions his fiancés name
5. Collect 2 business cards from 2 different woman at the club
Give him an exotic cake at the club. And the girls in the club might want some of the cake too.