In recent years, stag dos have evolved from a simple night down the pub with friends to an extravagant weekend-long hedonistic adventure. If you want to make sure your stag do stands out from the rest, the following tips should keep you on the right track.
Setting up a modern-day stag do is no easy feat. The days when a drunken evening down the pub the night before the wedding would suffice have long gone and multi-activity weekends, often hosted outside the UK, are fast becoming the norm.
If you want to be sure that your stag do attains legendary status among all those who attend, you’ll need to prepare everything long in advance of the actual event. This will give all the guests plenty of time to save up and arrange a few days off work. It should also help keep the costs down by allowing the group to take advantage of discounts for booking early.
The first step is to work out where and when to go and what to do while you are there. To allow for the unexpected – and for the groom to make a full recovery – the stag weekend should never take place less than two weeks before the wedding day.