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Sydney Bus Charter Can Help You Enjoy an Exciting Bachelor’s Party!
You will be surprised to know that the practice of throwing bachelor parties dates back to ancient times. If you have watched the movie “300” (2006 film), you will know the Spartans! The idea of having a bachelor’s gathering started in the 5th century BC. The then-parties involved the act of toasting the groom as well as having a great feast. Today, bachelor’s parties can involve so many activities that can happen at different locations, so it’s highly recommended that you opt for bus charter in Sydney for travel convenience.
A bachelor’s party is often viewed as a good opportunity for buddy bonding, to reduce the pre-nuptial jitters and use the chance to do activities that may become less regular after marriage. Here are some useful tips you can use when planning a bachelor’s party in Sydney:
Booking for a party bus
Before we get into the details of planning the party by yourself, you need to know that a bachelor party bus can help you pull off a memorable bachelor party experience that is fun, and allows the whole entourage to visit some of the best party places in Sydney. By hiring a bus, you can easily cover all the bachelor’s party requirements and more. Also, with the service of a licensed driver and possibly a party planner, everyone just needs to hop onboard for a memorable celebration and a night of fun. A hands-off approach is definitely a great idea if there are many details to plan, and if you want to sit back and relax.
Picking an appropriate date
Picking the right date for a bachelor party is essential as you will want to avoid conflicting with other plans. You may be tempted to throw the party the night before the wedding when all your groom’s best buddies are in town, but that’s not an appropriate choice because the grooms needs to stay sharp and alert for the actual ceremony. In addition, you will have to take into account that there may be a rehearsal dinner on the same date. Hence, it’s best that you choose a date several weeks before the wedding. On the other hand, you should push the party nearer to the wedding date if the groom’s friends live out of state. You wouldn’t want them making the same trip twice, within a short span of time.
Send the invitations early in advance
Once the date is set, it’s better to send the invitations out as early as you can. You can invite the groom’s good friends and the male relatives he’s close with. Wedding experts recommend that the invitations should match the bachelor party’s level of formality. If the party is formal, ensure that you send well-written and quality invitations through the mail. If it’s casual, a simple email or phone call will suffice. When the party involves specific activities, it’s a good practice to include more information such as the meeting place, time, cost and directions.
Choose an appropriate activity
When you are picking an activity for the stag party, you will want to ensure that no harm comes to the groom and all the men involved. Simply put, don’t do anything too risky or dangerous. We know, you may want to have wild fun, but you do not want anyone to sustain serious injuries. You wouldn’t want the groom to postpone his honeymoon because he has a cast on his leg, do you? While it’s nice to surprise your friend with some unexpected thrills, you will want to keep safety in mind and ensure that your plans cater to his interests and personality.
Here are some fun ideas you can consider, as long as the skill levels of the participants involved can meet the requirements of the session you intend to plan for:
- Paintball session
- Snow skiing
- Beach volleyball
- Attend a professional sporting event
- A day of golf
- Catch an MMA match
- Organise a casino night
- Sea fishing trip with private boat
- Backpacking trip
When the main activity has concluded and everyone has had an awesome day or night, a backyard cookout is one of the best ways to end the party. If members of the entourage prefer something more formal, dining out at a restaurant is another great alternative. At the dinner table, encourage your friends to make poignant toasts and candid roasts. There will be someone itching to say some “words of wisdom” to the groom. You can also contribute to the toasting if there are things not included in your upcoming best man’s speech.
Make use of Sydney bus charter to help you move from one party venue to another
If the party involves going to multiple party venues and a huge group of guys, a rented bus will be an excellent choice to ensure travel convenience, comfort and safety for everyone. If you need to book a party bus for a bachelor’s night out, let us know!