Being a best man at your mate’s wedding entails crucial tasks of ushering a man into a blissful married life, most important of which is the eventful bachelor party that you will have to carefully orchestrate.
I remember the moment I was asked to do the honours of being the captain to my best friend Andrew’s bachelor party vessel. It was particularly daunting task given that it was held in a location that I’m not familiar with but scouting girls that will provide entertainment came in handy through XXX Buck Parties. Everything went well in the end, I was able to secure the venue at Diamant Hotel on Kings Cross Road and had to make sure that we abide by the hotel’s policies especially regarding the noise which was rather impossible to keep it down especially with a bunch of rowdy men but I managed not to get us kicked out.
If you are planning a bachelor party, remember that details of the event and activities are important. You were chosen as a best man for a reason and that is you hold a special relationship with the groom. You could plan the festivities around his personality, list down the things he enjoy doing around his mates and consult it to him. Andrew and I known each other since college and I personally know that he wants a grand send off and spend his last hours as a single man with a massive headache and a little bit regret the following day. It doesn’t always have to involve any strippers that comes out of huge cake but ideally, it has become a staple element but never push unless the groom gave you a hint.
List of party attendees is crucial as well. Send out invitations to grooms closest friends and make sure that whatever activities you planned out will also work for them. In the invitation, provide information about the event such as cost, location, time, theme of the event but never reveal any details that might ruin the element of surprise. It is also important to keep in mind that you are solely responsible for keeping the event on track and to prepare for any damage control in case things doesn’t go accordingly.