Bachelor party activities you must try. Bachelor parties can be your last all out, fangs out, never going to remember this party with your nearest and dearest bro’s before you get married. That being said you don’t need to spend thousands to have a good time. If you are looking to throw the best bachelor party EVER! Then we have a few tips on how to plan your bachelor party on a budget.
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Just like planning a wedding, they are so many bachelor party activities you can do. However, we want to keep it on a budget, after all, you are planning a wedding. These can also be used as fun bachelorette party ideas for the women as well.
Throwing cash here and there can end up costing you lots of money. Just like everything else, remember that you are working on a budget and as much as it can be tempting to let loose and just spend it all, keep it on track.
This means hosting a full on bottle service in the towns most expensive hotel is out of the question. And strippers? Well, that costs a lot as well. So what is there left to do? Lucky for you, we have crafted up a list of the best Bachelor Party Activities you can do for your soon-to-be-married friend.
Creative ideas for fun bachelor party activities
There are lots of options out there to keep your bachelor party activities within a budget and certain activities that will make it fun, unique and cheap. Here are a few of our favorite unique bachelor party ideas:
- Go outdoors – Take a hike or go mountain biking and spend the day getting back to nature or go camping for the weekend and get in touch with your inner boy scout whilst reminiscing about the old days around the campfire. If you prefer a little bit more luxury, think about booking a log cabin for the weekend via Airbnb. If everyone chips in it can work out to less than you can expect and you can have a proper bed to sleep in whilst getting back to nature at the same time.
- Poker/game night -Other fun bachelor party activities you can do is to have a poker night. If you and your boys have a favorite sports team make a day of match day and go to the local sports pub and watch the game together. If you want to keep it even closer to home, hold a poker night and drink a few beers while having some friendly competition on the go. You can also rent an Airbnb for this.
- Pub crawl – of course, there is the traditional pub crawl with all the lads but you could give it a twist by hiring a pedal tavern. These are popping up more and more with the ability to hold 16 people and it will be a great laugh between pubs.
- Set the groom up – If you are maybe the best man planning to set up the groom, talk to a couple of pubs and see if they will let you hold a roast in the groom’s honor or make him find his inner diva by putting him up for a karaoke sesh. Either way, the groom and the rest of your party will be in stitches by the end of the night.
Pre-plan the Bachelor Party
Trying to get all the boys together and organized is not so easy, so get your planning hat on early. Get invitations out to people a few months in advance and let them know the rough plans and budget so they can get plans and some money in place before the day.
This also gives you a better idea of who will actually attend.
Appoint one or two people to do the actual organizing of the party and get them to help with picking a few bachelor party activities you might all want to do. As soon as those invites go out everyone will want to have their say and throw ideas out there which is good but you can end up with too many chefs in one kitchen and lose sight of your original game plan.
Keeping to one or two organizers will help to keep everything in check.
If you are working on a budget and most attendees will be as well, combine forces and keep a kitty for the night to buy drinks and supplies depending on what kind of party you will have planned. Keep the bachelor party activities mentioned in mind if your budget is really tight.
It helps you and everyone stick to the budget and be able to have a great night without having to worry too much about the money side of things.
Which of the bachelor party activities did you like the most? Tell us in the comments below. If you have other bachelor party activities that are budget-friendly and we did not mention, we want to hear all about them too.
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