About the stag night

Written by    Last updated: September 15, 2006

The stag do antics can make great material for your wedding speech, but nobody needs a play‐by‐play commentary of the wild night. Use this guide to help you find the best bits so you only get laughs, not looks of disgust.

Cracking wedding speech material for you to adapt, for when you want to mention what went on at the stag night

“What goes on tour, stays on tour.” For a stag night, this age‐old maxim could not be more appropriate. Guests at the wedding may want to know the depths of depravity to which you sank, but the bride – and certainly her parents – almost certainly do not. And even if they do, your wedding speech is not the place to go telling them. If nothing else, think of the children.

However, not to make a reference to it is breaking with tradition. And you’ll be letting the lads down who went the extra yard (of ale) on the night in question. A compromise is called for, then.

Here you’ll find some inspirational material that will help you hint at the stag night’s antics without offending anyone. All you have to do is find the most appropriate lines, personalise them, and work them into your (already) fantastic wedding speech.

Good luck!

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