How to Throw a bachelor party
So, your buddy's getting married and it's time for that age-old tradition the "bachelor party". Make sure the party goes off with out a hitch by remembering the goal is to have fun and not to ruin the wedding, get a DUI or destroy the reputation of your friends. Plan accordingly.
Throw a bachelor party that everyone will be sure to remember. At least, parts of it.
You Will Need
* Guest list
* Car service (optional)
Step 1: Schedule
Schedule the party a few days before the wedding, but preferably at least a week ahead of time. Scheduling a party the night before the wedding is usually a mistake.
Step 2: Invite friends and family
Invite the groom's male friends and relatives.
Step 3: Set up a budget
Plan a budget for the party and figure out how much each guest is willing to spend.
Overestimate the cost per person to make sure all the expenses are covered.
Step 4: Pick the location
Pick a location for the party. Popular bachelor party destinations vary from Las Vegas to local bars to camping in the outdoors.
Hire a car service if the party includes drinking and no one wants to be the designated driver.
Step 5: Plan activities
Plan the evening so that there's never a dull moment. Consider hiring entertainment, going golfing, gambling, or camping.
Step 6: Have fun
Have fun. Bachelor parties are a chance for everyone to have a good time, but don't let it get too out of control.
Step 7: Take pictures
Take lots of pictures at the party, but don't take pictures of anything too incriminating.
Bachelor parties originated in fifth-century Sparta.