How To Organise a Memorable Stag Party


As the best man you’re responsible for organising a memorable stag party to go down in history. It’s a mammoth task even if you want it to be low key. Here’s a step by step guide to help you :
First you need to find out who’s going. If there’s any awkwardness around obligations, ask the groom if the individual in question will make the stag do better, or if their absence will make the groom feel bad. If the answer is yes, they’re invited. Then all you need to do is contact the men to see if they’re wanting to join the stag party.
Plan the stag party for more than two weeks before the wedding day. Check people’s availability. with a spreadsheet of potential dates that suit the groom and ask for yes/no replies against each date. Get this list sent out as soon as you can. It’s likely that not everyone is going to make it.
If you’re going overseas, the stag party is likely going to cost more, so be aware of everyone’s budgets. It may be a blessing or a curse that trips abroad are likely to be less well-attended than UK-based parties. Some destinations have strict rules for public behaviour, so be sure everyone in your party knows the rules. One of your friends getting arrested might seem like a laugh, until he calls you from prison.
Stag Do Activities
Many pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants no longer accept stag groups, so call in advance to ensure you won’t be refused. If you want a night of lap-dancing clubs, casinos and a curry night in your stag weekend, it may be worth considering a company that will arrange guest list entry, table reservation and complementary drinks.
For a challenge, consider an activity during the day like Blind Driving, Paintball, Go-karting, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Rage Buggy Racing or Human Table Football.
Fancy dress, pranks, jokes and embarrassing the groom are traditional, but don’t go too far as you’re the one who’ll have to explain the consequences to the Bride. A good ice-breaker for the group is to have T-shirts printed with photos or nicknames. These also make it easy to find your friends if you get separated.
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Interesting Gift Ideas For The Bridegroom


Weddings are a wonderful celebration of a couple’s love for each other. Whilst many get sentimental for the bride, the groom may like a little romance on the day too. A beautiful gift for your bridegroom will be a treasured keepsake through the years and forever be seen as a symbol of the love and commitment you share as a couple.
Whilst you may want to give him a watch that will help get him to the church on time or a hip-flask to help with his nerves, how memorable are these gifts for your special day? Here are three gifts that will be a treasured memento of your wedding that may one day become a family heirloom.
A personalised art print
A personalised art print of your wedding vows makes a special reminder of your wedding day. If you haven’t the skill, there are many individuals online who can create a print for you.
Alternatively, have poems or hymns that are part of the special day printed. Add the names of both bride and groom, the date of the wedding and the place of marriage.
Contact a professional framing company to frame your creation and you’ll be able to display this on your wall at home. It’s a unique and beautiful reminder, particularly when times are tough, of just what marriage means to you both.
24 karat gold-dipped poker cards

Gold is symbolic of love, flexibility, virtue and compassion, a perfect wedding day gift for your groom. If your soon to be husband is a poker playing enthusiast or serious about other card games, a set of stylish 24 karat gold-dipped poker cards add class to any game.
These cards, complete with a certificate validating authenticity are used by high-rolling casinos all over the world with each deck, comprising 54 cards, manufactured to tournament-quality standard.
Each deck is presented in its own stylish cherrywood case with luxurious green velvet lining, with the package measuring 6.3″ in length, 4.7″ in width and 1.8″ in height.
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