Top 10 rules when organising a stag night.

Keep to this list of rules and you won't go far wrong.

There are many hidden or unexpected difficulties when sorting out a stag night for the groom and with so much to get to grips with you're going to need all the help and advice you can get. This list of rules has been put together to make sure that the 10 most important things are taken care of and the groom's 'Last night of freedom' will go off without a hitch.

1 - Don't have the stag do the night before the wedding. Those forfeits and drinking games are going to need some time for the stag to recover.

2 - Organise the Cash. Make sure you get all the money up front and have a kitty for drinks. It is always a good idea to talk to everyone on the guestlist to help come to a decision on the budget.

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3 - Do not leave booking your weekend to the last minute. The earlier you get the stag do booked the better. You'll get the best choice of hotels and activities. It's the best way to guarantee getting what you want when you want it.

4 - Make a guestlist. The groom, you, best friends, work mates, family members and do you invite the father in law? Talk to the stag and find out who he would like to invite.

5 - Plan everything. Do not leave anything to chance. For example, if you are thinking of having lunch somewhere make sure you pre-book the table and not just turn up on the day hoping to get a table for 20+ lads. If you are going to need Taxis pre-book them.

6 - Make sure everyone has fun. Games & forfeits are the best way to get everyone in the party mood. If you have lots of guests that have never met before they may need something to break the ice.

7 - Write it down. Make sure you write all the details of the weekend down and give each member a copy. Train times, the name, address and phone number of the hotel, all the group member mobile numbers, everything. That way everything should go to plan and if something does go wrong you can get it sorted quickly.

8 - Keep in touch. It's a really good idea to keep everyone in the picture as to what is happening and the best way to do this is to set up an on-line group or use Facebook but you could also use emails or texts.

9 - Do not drink too much too soon. You all have to last the day and you don't want the stag passing out and missing any of the fun.

10 - Look after the STAG. He is the groom after all.

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Thanks for the help. I'll try to keep to the rules.


Cheers!! I've been given the job of organising a stag do and need all the help I can get.


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