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Thank you a great night had by all Thank you for all your help to make our recent stag party in Nottingham , a very enjoyable night and a nice hotel , if needed i will definatly use designa venture again in the futre

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Stag Night Plans

Plan a surprise for the Stag: Sweet surprises are always welcome. You can surprise the stag by inviting his long lost friends at the do. You can even decide on the party and venue etc by initially keeping it a secret. After everything is done just casually ask him to drop by at the given place.

Avoid provocative entertainment: Keep the party fun filled however avoid any provocative entertainment that might lead to embarrassing situation for the stag and might even ruin the party.

Keep a check on the boisterous behaviour: it is mostly observed that unrestrained booze often leads to boisterous behaviour from some members of the the party that might lead to scuffles and fights. So, it is your responsibility to ensure that enjoyment should not turn into some sort of a nightmare.

Hire professional help: Though it is nice to organise the the stag do on your own but if you want to take the help of event coordinator you can even do that. He can suggest some pretty good ideas that might even surprise you. Hiring an event coordinator can either be your biggest relief or a biggest headache. Hence, choose the professional that would provide assistance to you and not dictate to you. A good event coordinator is capable of providing you with the customised do keeping your needs and preferences in mind.

Well, these were some of the ideas that you can use in making the party a memorable one. However, after zeroing on the idea that you would like to go for you would also need to plan for date, venue, the guest list and the invites.

Keypoints To Remember before organising the stag Night:

The stag night must not be organised just a day prior to wedding: It is advisable to organise the do 1-2 week before the marriage.

Keep the guest list limited to close friends: Call the close chums of stag and not the acquaintances. Though you can definitely think of inviting some long lost friends of stag and surprising him.

Plan something for the day: You can think of organising a golf game or rafting in the day time so that all of the stag’s friends can mix up and by the evening everyone gets to know each other. You must keep in mind that the guest list would include stag’s friends from his education and professional background and everybody would not know each other. Thus, the events organised during the daytime would help in breaking the ice between them.

The event is organised for the stag so it is advisable to plan the party keeping his preferences in mind. You might organise a grand do in honour of your friend but if he feels out of place then all your efforts go waste. Remember that it is an occasion for him to relax and enjoy in the company of his close friends. So, treat him like a prince and let him enjoy his last few days of bachelorhood with style.


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