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How to Plan a Perfect Stag Party

September 30, 2017

Saying goodbye to single hood is a wonderful event in every man's life. Gone are the days of reckless partying and drunken nights which are surely to be missed in married life. Arrange a stag party that will surely leave your guests in a daze and the groom without regrets for the life he's about to leave behind. Not sure how to do it? Below are few tips:

 

1. Plan ahead

 

If the wedding is in two months, start planning right now! Remember that the stag party happens before the wedding therefore planning should be done in much advance. While you are making plans, be as secretive as feasible because the secret of the wonderful stag part is the unpredictability of the activities. Leave the guests guessing and fill them up with anxious apprehension for your activities.

 

2. Start with the Choice of a Theme

 

When you start your plan with a theme, things will be much easier to plan. The theme will be the center of the whole stag party and everything will go from there. You may select a policeman theme or just anything that will jazz up the party. Before deciding on them though, consider the wishes of the groom and the preferences of the guests if you don't want a pouting groom during your stag party.

 

3. Consider the Number of Guests

 

A stag party consists of the closest friends of the groom and are usually around 10-15 people. This is an ideal number since it is comfortably manageable. Do not invite guests who are not very acquainted with the rest of the gang. If you do, you must include a get-to-know part at the beginning of the party to make them familiar to the group.

 

4. Set the Date and the Budget

 

Ideally, the perfect time to hold the stag party is about two weeks before the wedding day. In this way, the groom still has plenty of time to recover from the frenzy of the party or set back his thinking to getting married. It is inevitable to have grooms who doubt whether to get married after a wild stag party so it is best to do it on an earlier date. The stag party budget is also a very big consideration that should be included in the checklist. Ask the groom about how much he is willing to spend and you might also ask some of your close friends if they want to contribute to the stag party. Make it everyone’s party!

 

5. Book Earlier

 

If you are planning to hold the stag party in a public function hall or somewhere other than the house, do your booking at least a month before the party. In this way, you can be sure that no discrepancies happen and if they do, you still have ample time to resolve it. If strippers are coming, call them at an earlier time and remind them again a week before the night and a day before if you really want to be sure.

 

See, planning a stag party is really easy task as long as you know how to be organised. Make a checklist of the things that need to be arranged and things to be bought so that every detail is attended in timely manner. The key to throwing a perfect stag party is to consider the most important things and to be conscientious with the planning. Let the groom sail off to married land with a wide grin on his face. You can certainly do it!

 

Wild weekends is very professional and experienced stag do organisers Newcastle and hen do organisers in Newcastle providing its tremendous services at very reasonable charges? Get in touch with us if you are looking for perfect stag and hen party planners in Newcastle at great pricing.

 

Also, get in touch with us for wonderful stag party ideas Newcastle and hen party ideas Newcastle & attractive weekend packages at very competitive charges.

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