Planning a Bachelor Party

By: Sarah Carlye


Usually the best man doesn’t have a lot of experience planning parties.

It is easy to just casually invite the groom’s friends and head over to a favorite lounge for the bachelor party.

In the event that the marriage goes as planned, this will be groom’s one and only bachelor party. Put out a little effort and make it memorable.

With a little research, you can plan a successful bachelor party even if you don’t have experience. Find out what the groom is wanting for his bachelor party. Also, if you have been to any bachelor parties that went well, try to talk to the best men who planned the parties. Things to ask:

• How did he choose the venue?
• Did he have to make any special arrangements with the venue for the party?
• How far in advance did he start inviting guests?
• Were there any invitations sent?

You may be able to get some party planning tips from some of the men or women that you know who have planned parties before.

Another option is to contact a complimentary party planning service like Paramarx in New York City. A party planning service has lots of experience planning parties, including bachelor parties. Use their experience, knowledge, and ideas to have a memorable bachelor party. In addition to helping with the planning process, a complimentary party planning service often offers other perks from the lounge or nightclub that you choose to have your party at. Some perks include the following:

• No waiting in line
• Complimentary bottle of vodka
• Reserved seating
• Special prices
• Expanded choice of venues

For a bachelor party for a groom who doesn’t go to lounges or nightclubs, the bachelor party can be planned around one of his interests. In some circles the men will take the groom camping, to a ball game, gambling, or to a special concert.

If you are a best man who lacks party planning skills, choose a venue that will help you with some of the planning and will be a resource. Some venues have complimentary party planning services.

It is important to choose the date far enough in advance that the quests can be free of other responsibilities and make it to the party. A verbal invitation a head of time to get the date put on the calendar is recommended. It can be followed with an invitation, email, or call closer to the bachelor party date.

Get a guest list and possible dates from the groom. Help him go over his email contacts, phone contacts, and his address book. He may have as little experience as you regarding parties and guest lists.

Getting some help from those who have planned successful bachelor parties in the past will be a valuable resource so the bachelor party you plan goes well.

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