THE PLAN: ROCK THE PARTY!
Whether you’re the good friend, brother, brother-to-be-in-law, guy who drew the shortest straw, best man or the bachelor himself…You want to be known for throwing the most memorable bachelor party ever!
Here’s THE checklist to make sure there’s nothing you forget and plenty of tips to ensure the Male strippers Sydney night is an unforgettable success!
THE GUEST LIST
This is the last night of real freedom for the bachelor, so you want to be sure to invite all his friends. Keep in mind that the whole point of the party is fun, so make sure not to have anyone there who will “bring down” the evening.
Family and future in-laws need to be invited, but make sure that all the activities planned are appropriate for them. If the bachelor is uncomfortable “letting it all out” in front of his future father in-law or brother in-law, make sure not to schedule the entertainments’ games until after the in-laws leave.
Friends who are bad drunks or who can’t behave themselves in a drinking environment should also be excluded. Drama is the last thing you probably want on this final night of partying.
If any other males are to attend the wedding, they should be invited pending previous analysis i.e. they aren’t going to ruin it, they’re going to have a blast with the bachelor brethren.
Make sure to get out the invites with enough time for people to put it in their schedules. In the summer it is even more important to leave people enough time in advance. Promote the hell out of your Hens Night party to increase attendance. Let everyone know everything that will be taking place
With today’s new ways of connecting with people via social networking sites it is very easy to invite everyone that you want to attend your party. It is definitely recommended that you take advantage of these tools. You can use sites like Facebook to create events and invite all your friends with a click of a button. It is easy to use and helps you keep everyone updated on any changes that your event may have. It will also help you get a better idea of how many people that you invite will be in attendance and which will not be able to make it.