Tips for a Buck Party that Rocks While Keeping Safe
It can be daunting to organize a buck party, especially with so many people coming and you just want them all to be impressed. What you need to remember though is that it’s not about you or what you like. Naked women and vats of alcohol may be your thing, but if they’re not the buck’s, then you could be headed for a catastrophe.
So how do you make sure the party will rock but not cause any trouble? There’s no telling for sure, but the following basic tips can be your starter kit:
It’s always good to choose the party’s activities based on who’s invited. If there will be older men, for instance, adjust your plans so that they too can be entertained.
The will usually be a mix of people who’ve never met before, so it’s a must that you have some kind of ice-breaking session before actually starting the party. You can do this any which way you want, but in many parties, they have every guest introduce themselves and tell everyone how they know the bride or groom.
As alcohol is usually, if not always, a large part of buck parties, it should have an entire section dedicated to it. There’s nothing special to say, however, except that you need to make sure that things start slow. You don’t want people getting drunk and not making it even halfway through the night.
If you’re thinking of having dare games as part of the night’s “program,” do it by all means. But consider how quickly these things can get wild out of control, everyone should be fine with the idea from the beginning.
Being the organizer of the party, you should have your mobile phone with you all throughout the night. Even if you’re a small group painting the town red, it’s easy to lose track of each other as the night wears on. With your phone, keeping everybody close won’t be such a task. Besides, you don’t need that kind of distraction.
The Bride and the Groom
If you’re thinking of playing a trick on the groom, be a hundred percent sure he can deal with it. Pre-wedding stress and jitters can cause a total loss of humor and just plain ruin the night. It’s shouldn’t be surprising.
No matter the details or specifics of your plans, be guided by the above tips. Most importantly, be easy on the groom. He has to attend a wedding!