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How to Make Your Buck Party Rock and Stay 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. One thing you have to take note of though is that this is not going to be about you or what makes you happy. You may be all for vats of alcohol and nude girls, but unless the buck loves them to, the party could be plain disastrous.

So how do you see to it that the party actually rocks without causing problems? There’s no telling for sure, but the following basic tips can be your starter kit:

The Guests

It’s always smart to pick your activities according to who’s coming. 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

Obviously, alcohol plays a huge part in most – if not all – buck parties, so it deserves its own section here. Not that there’s something special about it, but you do need to keep it slow as you start the party. People getting drunk a bit too fast is the last thing you want to happen at a buck party.

Dare Games

If you’re inclined to throw in some dare games into the “program,” go ahead and do it. But remember that these things can quickly spiral out of control, so make sure everyone is up for the idea right from the start.

Keeping Connected

As the party’s organizer, it’s a must to keep your cellphone with you wherever you go. Even if you’re a small bunch of people going around town, you can still easily lose track of each other into the night. With your phone, keeping everybody close won’t be such a task. That kind of distraction is probably the last thing you want in a buck party.

The Bride and the Groom

If you’re planning on playing a certain trick on the groom, be totally certain he can take it. The jitters and stress that come with an upcoming wedding can totally dampen humor and ruin the party. It’s shouldn’t be surprising.

Whatever the specifics of your buck party plans, always keep these tips in mind. Most importantly, take it easy with the groom. He has to attend a wedding!

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