Your bachelor party, which marks the celebration of your last day as a bachelor before you start what some call a new phase, a new journey of your life after the big wedding day. It is an opportunity to party the night out with your friends, call the shots, and just let all wedding day worries be for a day. It is usually the responsibility of the would-be groom's friends, generally male friends, to organize a bachelor party which the groom would remember even after thirty years of his marriage. This is the day when you collect memories to cherish, both for the friends and for the would-be groom, for a lifetime.
So, your intention and aim might be to throw the most amazing bachelor party for your friend, but without the best ideas and the proper execution, your intentions and plans might just remain in the air.
Following are a few tips that will help you plan the perfect bachelor party for a would-be groom:
1. Fix the venue
In Delhi, one cannot simply expect to go out without plans or bookings. So make sure you book the venue from before and also execute the plan step by step.
2. Keep a well thought-out plan
That brings us to the next step and a very important one at that. All the booking details, venue details (if there are more than one), expenditures must be noted in an organized manner amongst the ones organizing the party. If it is an in-house party, the level of effort and attention goes up by a few notches.
3. Prepare the guest list carefully
Awkward confrontations are the last thing one would want in a party which is centered around one single person, i.e. the groom. When you chalk out the guest list, ensuring that most of the names are at least acquainted with each other would make it a more close, private, and hence a more memorable party.
4. The groom's priorities come first
It's the would-be groom's party, people will be coming for him, he is the center of it all. Hence, it is only rational to keep the groom's priorities on the top of the check list. If it's a surprise party, it is one the best friends to see to it that the groom's likes and dislikes are taken into consideration. If it is a party that even the groom is anticipating, you might as well just inquire what he wants.
5. Food and drinks
No one wants to leave a party hungry, or, even worse, with bad food. If it is in a pre-booked venue, one can leave the responsibility of beverages and food on the staff. But, if it is a house party, a majority of the attention needs to be concentrated on the beverages and the food. Irrespective of the venue, the food and drinks MUST be super scrumptious for the guests and the groom to associate his bachelor party with only the best memories.