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How to Make Your Buck Party a Blast While Staying Safe

It can be challenging to put together a buck party, especially if many are coming and you want them all to have a blast. What you should keep in mind, however, is that this isn’t about you or the things you like. Naked women and vats of alcohol may be your thing, but if they’re not the buck’s, then you could be headed for a catastrophe.

So how do you make sure the party will rock but not cause any trouble? There’s no telling for sure, but the following basic tips can be your starter kit:

The Invitees

It’s always good to choose the party’s activities based on who’s invited. If older men will be coming, for example, be sure they will be entertained as well.

Ice Breaker

As there will probably be a lot of people not having met before, you should have some type of ice-breaking activity before kicking off the party. You can do it any way you want, but a common choice is having each person introduce themselves and talk about their relationship with the couple.

The Alcohol

Since alcohol is often a big part of most buck parties – if not always – it sure deserves a dedicated section here. There’s nothing special to say, however, except that you need to make sure that things start slow. People getting drunk a bit too fast is the last thing you want to happen at a buck party.

Dare Games

If you’re thinking of having dare games as part of the night’s “program,” do it by all means. But remember that these things can quickly spiral out of control, so make sure everyone is up for the idea right from the start.

Staying Connected

As the one in charge of the party, be sure to have your mobile phone with you. Even if you’re a small group painting the town red, it’s easy to lose track of each other as the night wears on. With your phone, keeping everybody close won’t be such a task. Who needs that kind of distraction anyway?

The Bride and the Groom

If you’re thinking of playing a trick on the groom, be a hundred percent sure he can deal with it. Pre-wedding jitters and stress can seriously eat humour away, and you may end up with the very thing you wanted to avoid – a disaster. Don’t be surpised.

No matter the details or specifics of your plans, be guided by the above tips. Most importantly, be easy on the groom. He’s got a wedding to attend!

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