Ok, you’re a best man, or a brother-in-law to be or simply a friend who wants to give your mate a brilliant last hurrah to single life. That’s right, you’ve been charged with stag party duties! Feel free to go as wild as the groom, party as much as you like, and lose your passport on the way back home, but if you miss out on our dos and don’ts, you do it at your peril!
Oh – and if we’re missing any, let us know in comments. And if you know of any hens heading to party, make sure you check out our hen dos and donts!
Do keep an eye on the stag. He’s the reason you’re all here after all, and bear in mind the bride might not be too happy to hear he’s been handcuffed to a street lamp in Benidorm.
Don’t get absolutely plastered on the first morning. You’ve got a couple of days, no need to be hungover for the whole thing.
Do get organised. It helps to book in advance to get the best deals on flights, hotels, transfer and activities. That’s where our dedicated stag party experts can help out. Jack will sort it out in no time, and we promise he’s good! Give him a call on 01252418614.
Don’t forget to eat. Depending on your activities, paintballing, boozing, checking out some strippers, you’ll need some soakage and sustenance. Get a couple of good meals in, or talk to your hotel to book a decent restaurant.
Do organise some brilliant activities. How about driving a tank, or eating dinner off a stripper?
Don’t go too far. Getting arrested is not something to aspire too. Be aware of the rules and regulations in your chosen destination and don’t end up spending the night in jail.
Do actually ask the stag what he wants. You don’t necessarily have to let anyone else know about your heart to heart, but it’s his weekend too.