Is your close friend getting married? Thinking about a bachelor party? He’ll be in jail for live as you know, so why don’t you give him a party he’ll always remember? Here are some ideas for you:
Take that bachelor party to the skies
Adrenaline pumping on those men veins? It’s a great idea to plan a group skydive for your friend’s bachelor party. A quick search on the internet can quickly help you find the best organizers and with a price that you guys can afford. One thing is for sure, you will remember it for the rest of your life!
Wine tasting? Or other drink!
For a groom who enjoys to drink you could plan a wine tasting for the beginning of the bachelor party. Maybe even a whiskey tasting would be fantastic. You can learn a lot about the wine and drinking production and world and, of course, you’ll end up really ready for the rest of the party… if you know what we mean!
Plan a weekend camping
Sometimes the simple things can be the best. A weekend away under the stars can be a wonderful chance to create lasting memories and have fun together. A camping bachelor party is ideal for nature lovers and adventurous souls alike. Choose your site carefully, as you might want to be in a fairly isolated spot. Pick a national park for truly stunning views, and the chance to go wild swimming or hiking in the days and cook over a campfire at night.
Experience a thrilling escape room
Escape rooms offer the thrill of a high-adrenaline situation, such as being held hostage on a plane or being blindfolded and kidnapped, and the opportunity to work together as a team to work out the clues and escape before the timer ends. That’s a fantastic chance of having fun with your lifelong brothers.
A great bonding idea if the groom is a sports fan can be to get active together and play a game of miniature golf or bowling. Both have had a surge in popularity in recent years, and many trendy establishments have made them cool destinations for a night out. Or organize your own sports tournaments, such as a soccer game or baseball game. Get t-shirts printed, which also acts as a nice memento of the weekend.