If you’re planning a bachelor party for a friend getting ready to tie the knot, there are a few rules that you should always follow. Use these tips for a memorable and safe night out.
- Rule 1: The guest list is up to the groom. Some grooms want their friends, family members, and co-workers to all enjoy a night out for their bachelor party, while others prefer to keep things friends-only. Ask the groom who he wants at his event and respect his decisions. If you want to add more guests than the groom suggests, be sure to ask before you invite.
- Rule 2: Never drink and drive. If the bachelor party you’re planning will involve alcohol, you need to make a plan that helps your guests avoid drinking and driving. Whether you have a designated driver or two or you’re getting a bachelor party bus rental, make a plan well before the date of the big night out.
- Rule 3: Don’t “surprise” the groom with something he doesn’t want. Every groom has his own idea of what he wants his bachelor party to involve. Some men will be super excited about the idea of partying it up in Las Vegas, while others would prefer to smoke a few cigars with only their closest friends. Regardless of what the groom is looking for, never “surprise” him with something that he said he didn’t want; this is a simple way to anger both him and his fiancé and add stress right before the big event.
No one should let their friend walk down the aisle without a memorable last night out — but getting home safely can be a challenge. If you’re looking for a simple solution, consider scheduling your bachelor party bus transportation with YellowBird Bus Company. Give our team a call today at 215-352-3042 to learn more or make your appointment.