A groom doesn’t always have to go straight from planning to the wedding itself. A buck’s party is perfect to let him unwind but it needs to be planned properly.
1. You have your guest of honour for the buck’s party. That’s more obvious than the fact that he’s about to get married. You also have the regular guests who will join him in being fools for a night and getting drunk off one’s face. Sending invitations should be pretty easy, right? Well, much like any party or special event, sometimes invitations go by the wayside. If you send them by mail, some end up unsent, others are ignored and some just become so damaged that they’re unreadable. If it’s not the post office or postman’s doing, adverse weather reactions may damage the letter while it’s in the postbox. If you send out digital invitations they have their own downfalls. SMS invitations seem easy but maybe the carrier has issues, the receiver’s phone has issues or it gets lost in the mess of a busy man’s pile of digital text. Email invitations can have the same issue except they’re also susceptible to being directed to the junk mail box. If you know someone who rarely checks emails in the first place then you should have known better.
2. If you want or have to invite some girls to add a little more excitement to the mix, make sure of one thing: that they are completely unrelated to the bride or her friends. You want women who have no attachment whatsoever to the female contingent of the wedding. That way, nothing gets back to them and there are no flying fists or furious words being spat. If you’re desperate you can organiser some male strippers in Sydney but ask some reliable sources for suggestions of services to consult. You don’t want to go in blind with this sort of thing.
3. Carefully plan your location. The easy option is always a strip club or joint because it’s nowhere near the bride’s home and no one asks questions. Of course, being close to the strippers is a plus. You don’t always have to restrict the action to the one destination either. A buck’s party can consist of many activities, all relatively wholesome if not child-friendly. When you’ve had enough of the strip joint there are a plethora of locations at which to gather afterwards. You can waste some money at a casino, playing cards or sitting at a slot machine for hours. You’d be amazed at how time flies when you have $50 and a machine that takes $1 per spin. Anyone who volunteers their own place should ensure no one is around to interrupt or end proceedings prematurely. It’s usually safer to not tempt fate, however. Stay away from home plate as long as possible. Once the buck’s party has ended and everyone has separated, then return home — and say nothing.
Once the wedding gets underway, the groom is on his own.
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