3 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid When Planning a Bachelor’s Party

Since attending a bachelor’s party can cost between $738-$1532, it’s important that you make the night one to remember. Throwing  wedding party can be tough, but it’s more than worth it to spend an awesome night with your friend or brother before he embarks into the next phase of his life!

But how can you plan a bachelor party that goes down in the books as the best night ever? Read on to answer this question and to learn more about what a best man or groomsman can do to make the wedding pregame special.

1. Forgetting the Groom’s Taste

Bachelor parties aren’t one-size fits all. Some guys are going to want to spend time partying hard in a casino. Drinking is a must for some men while others can’t imagine their bachelor party without… a specific type of live entertainment.

However, other grooms are more low-key. They might just want a movie night with their best friends and brothers before they walk down the aisle. In these cases, some quality takeout and a big-screen TV might be all that you need.

Know the groom well enough to understand what he’d prefer. Don’t make the night unnecessarily weird or awkward by forcing things that he doesn’t want on him.

2. Neglecting Transportation

Regardless of what kind of bachelor’s party you’re throwing, it’s important that you have a limo to transport you from place to place. Even if you’re just going to a restaurant or to another friend’s house, it’s important that you ride in style.

Make sure that you book luxury transportation services well in advance. You don’t want to get too close to the date of the party and add stress to an already-challenging planning nightmare. You also want to make sure that you get a good price for your wedding transit booking, and getting a limo well in advance make this easier.

3. Choosing the Wrong Venue

Let’s say that your groom is dead-set on a casino night for his bachelor party. You might immediately think that heading off to Vegas or Atlantic City is a great idea. Unfortunately, going to a far-off venue can add stress to the groom’s life when he’s already nervous about getting married.

You want to choose a location that’s both fun and close by. If you’re staying in a hotel overnight, you also will want to make sure that your lodgings are near the place you’ll be spending the bulk of your time. This is an essential measure for preventing logistical nightmares or trying to transport drunk people across a whole city.

Plan an Awesome Bachelor’s Party Today

Now that you know the basics of planning an awesome bachelor’s party, it’s time to get more tips on how to make stag night as fun as possible. Check out the “lifestyle” section of our home page for more ideas on how to give your favorite groom the night of his life. You may also be interested in our “entertainment” tab for fun ideas of things to do.

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