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Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
Although it’s really your best man’s job to make all the stag night arrangements, if you have strong ideas on what you want to do ‐ or definitely don’t want to do…
How to make sure your stag party suits your style
Although it’s really your best man’s job to make all the stag night arrangements, if you have strong ideas on what you want to do ‐ or definitely don’t want to do ‐ let him know firmly and early on.
Stag weekends where you and the boys take off for some serious male bonding (golf) are all the rage. If you’re getting married in the peak summer season, you’ll want to book up early though.
Holding your stag party just before your wedding is to be avoided ‐ give yourself time to recover and re‐grow your eyebrows.
Expense, politics, or geography, might mean you need to have more than one stag do. Perhaps a weekend away for a few close friends and another, cheaper, alternative (pub crawl) for mates from work.
Whatever you’ve got in mind, from Sunningdale to strippers, you’ll find loads of great stag night ideas in our Stag and Hen section.
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