How to Throw a Bachelor Party. Throw a bachelor
party that everyone will be sure to remember. At least, parts of it. You will need Schedule
Guest list Budget Location Entertainment Camera and car service (optional). Step 1. Schedule
the party a few days before the wedding, but preferably at least a week ahead of time.
Scheduling a party the night before the wedding is usually a mistake. Step 2. Invite the groom’s
male friends and relatives. Step 3. Plan a budget for the party and figure out how much
each guest is willing to spend. Overestimate the cost per person to make sure all the expenses
are covered. Step 4. Pick a location for the party. Popular bachelor party destinations
vary from Las Vegas to local bars to camping in the outdoors. Hire a car service if the
party includes drinking and no one wants to be the designated driver. Step 5. Plan the
evening so that there’s never a dull moment. Consider hiring entertainment, going golfing,
gambling, or camping. Step 6. Have fun. Bachelor parties are a chance for everyone to have
a good time, but don’t let it get too out of control. Step 7. Take lots of pictures
at the party, but don’t take pictures of anything too incriminating. Did you know Bachelor parties
originated in fifth-century Sparta.