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									Title:
How to Plan a stag night

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Summary:
If you have been given the honour of sorting out a stag party, then it is
exceedingly important to get coordinating early. Here we give some tips
on how to plan the ultimate stag party, without a hitch.


Keywords:
Planning, Organising, Bachelor Party, Stag Weekends, Stag Nights, Stag
Parties, Stag Do, Stag Party


Article Body:
If you have been honoured with the duty of being the best man, one of the
most important considerations is the orchestrating of the stag night.
Obviously the last thing you would want as the best man is to be
overseeing a stag night that turns into a disaster, so here I shall
provide a timetable countdown for planning a stag night in a basic step
by step process, that will make you the toast of the town:

1 Year before the stag weekend:
Most people will normally have a year or mores notice about being the
best man for a wedding, and although you may be tempted to think that you
have ages of time to get things planned, you ought to really start now.
At this stage you ought to have a discussion with the groom and start
drawing up a list of people that you would like to invite on the event.

8 to 9 months before the stag weekend:
You ought to now have your list of possible people coming on the event,
and ought to have a discussion with the groom about possible destinations
you may like to go to, and activities you may like to do during the
weekend.

6 to 8 months before the stag weekend:
You now ought to have a rough idea of where you wish to go - overseas or
in the UK, and a general idea of the activities for the weekend - i.e.
motorised sport, shooting activities, outdoor pursuits etc. Start by
contacting a few specialist stag night organisers to obtain some
specialist advice - there are heaps out there - just search google.co.uk
for the term "stag weekend". When looking at stag night companies
specifically look for ABTA association, to ensure the companies
legitimacy.

6 months before the stag weekend:
Obtain a deposit from each of the member of the stag night - most
companies will require a deposit to hold a booking for your stag night.

4 to 5 months before the stag weekend:
You ought to now have all you deposits in from the group and have settled
on what you are doing for the stag night. Reserving your place early
will ensure that you get the activities you want and the best value
accommodation. At this stage send out the details of the stag night to
all parties of the group, along with details of when you will require the
remainder of the payment from the group.

2 months before the stag weekend:
Usually most stag companies will require the full balance for the weekend
1 to 2 months before the event. You ought to have the full balance for
the stag night and ready to pay the company you are booking with. On
receipt of the balance you will be sent all the final details for the
stag night.

1 month before the stag weekend:
Send out the full details to all members of the stag night. You ought to
try and coordinate transport between any driver in the group.

1 week before the stag weekend:
Send out a final notice to all the group and remind them to bring any
special requirements for example specific clothing for activities etc.

The day of the stag weekend:
A final ring round to the main drivers of the group to ensure they are
fully prepared. Ensure you have everything to stitch up the groom and
have a superb time!

								
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