When your buddy gets married, all of his best mates need to get in on the celebration. If the lucky groom has been a really great friend, you want to go all out for him and plan the perfect bucks night. If not, just take him to an all you can eat buffet and call it a night.
Assuming he is deserving — an of course he is! — a great bachelor party should bring together everything great about the single life he is about to leave, and mash it together into a few hours of unforgettable fun. That needs to include great food, great friends, and Dollhouse Gentleman’s Club, Sydney’s best adult club.
So let’s get started. Here are your eleven steps to planning the perfect Sydney bucks party.
Do Not Wait Until the Last Minute
In the case of a bucks night, “last minute” means waiting until the week before the party to start planning. This is a bad idea. Planning a great bachelor party requires an effort that lies somewhere between that of a family vacation and the Normandy landings. There are many details and considerations you must nail down to ensure a smooth and fun night, so get started early!
Figure Out What You Are Allowed to Do
First things first: What will the groom allow you to do? Much of this relates back to what the bride will cheerfully permit. The rest lies with the comfort level of the groom himself.
In all seriousness, do not follow the reality television model and put together an event that will cause him serious problems or hassle. Do not intentionally do something that disrespects the bride either. No one wants the marriage to start off on the wrong foot.
To get the bride on board, be completely honest about your plans. Many brides will surprise you with what they will permit so long as they know the entire game plan, including where the party will be and when it concludes. Most will insist on being able to stay in contact via text the whole time. This represents a very reasonable concession in the name of good fun.
Decide Where You Are Going and What You Are Doing
Lay out the plan for the entire night, including where to eat, what activities to enjoy, and which adult club at which you will cap off the night. On a bucks night, you should aspire to the right combination of class and decadence.
First, consider alternatives to the ‘standard’ restaurant experience. See if the groom’s favourite eatery has a private room to rent. You could also hire out a catering service to provide dinner at a home, rented house, or hotel room.
Your party does not want to feel constrained by normal restaurant etiquette. They want to talk loudly, laugh often, and wander around the room.
Next, schedule events wisely. Stick to the essentials of what the groom will appreciate. Consider his favourite activities. Does he like live music? Would he enjoy going to a professional sports event? Think about what he enjoys and see if it fits in the agenda for the evening. Make sure to not overdo it, however. Rushing to a large number of activities and events could exhaust everyone prematurely.
Timing is everything. Make sure that you allow enough time for the events and travel between them. Depending on the potential for traffic, include 15 to 30 minutes of buffer time in addition to the expected time it takes to get to each stop.
Consider engaging a limousine service that offers a bus option so that the party can get to each event safely.
Finish the night at a classy and fun gentleman’s club where the groom and the entire party can cap off their bucks night in style. Cut rate adult club entertainment will not do. In this realm, Dollhouse Gentleman’s Club sets the standard.
Create the Guest List
This situation requires almost as much tact and diplomacy as the wedding and reception invitation list. Careful consideration must go into this list and cuts from the bucks night squad must be decisive, and occasionally brutal.. Think of leaving the following people at home:
- Friends who may have objection to any of the evening’s festivities
- Older individuals who lack the stamina
- Individuals whose personalities turn negative when they drink
- Acquaintances that the groom tolerates, but does not actually like.
Also, make sure to limit the number of guests to a reasonable and manageable amount. A bachelor’s party of 50 will overwhelm everyone, including the groom.
You may also want to consider a two tiered party where you plan “safe” events for larger numbers of people in the afternoon or early in the evening who likely have no interest in the nightlife, but still want to celebrate with the groom. A smaller and more select group can go out to the bars, adult clubs and other events later.
Figure Out Where the Group Will Stay
Bachelor party nights go more smoothly when the group starts and ends the night in the same place. This works out well if one of the party can accommodate everyone at their house, but that is rarely the case in reality.
Consider renting a vacation style house. This serves as a great option because the assembled group can meet and eat there, then stay there comfortably at the end of the evening’s festivities. Most importantly, it allows the group to stay together and enjoy the camaraderie of the groom’s last big night as a bachelor.
Reach Out to Guests and Get RSVPs
This also requires a bit of diplomacy and tact. If Sir Richard Branson or Bill Gates hosted the bucks night, no one would likely need to worry about the cost. Few of us have this kind of bank account, however. The invitation should include specific details about the night and estimates of how much each event will cost the guest. Certain expenses, such as limousine service and alcohol, may require the invited guests to each contribute a percentage.
Those invited should cheerfully understand the need to share expenses. Anyone who objects may have been a poor choice to invite in the first place.
Once you have RSVPs in hand, then you can finish planning the bucks night. You will know how many people that each event and also the travel plans need to accommodate.
Cap the Night Off At a Premium Gentleman’s Club
If the soon-to-be bride cheerfully agrees, make sure to end the night at a great adult club.
Do not skimp on the gentleman’s club part of the night. The groom wants an experience that combines class, style, and fun all in the same location. He wants a comfortable and even elegant atmosphere with the best on food and beverage options. Your party may even enjoy a chance at having a unique and exotic experience. It’s rare, for example, to find an adult club like Dollhouse, which offers nayotaimori, also known as “body sushi,” in Sydney.
Most importantly, the groom and the party guests want to enjoy a top quality exotic dancing experience. You want to see gorgeous girls from around the globe who enjoy fun engagement with guests and take pride in providing great performances.
Dollhouse Gentleman’s Club definitely should rank highest on your list of places to go on your bucks night plans.
Another Great Bucks Party Option
If you prefer to go the easy route and keep it simple, Dollhouse Gentleman’s Club can help to create an amazing bachelor party experience during warm weather. Imagine a bachelor party on the water in Sydney Harbour, soaking up the warm sun, enjoying ocean breezes, eating amazing food, and experiencing the company of some of the most beautiful adult performers and models in Sydney.
Dollhouse Gentleman’s Club offers bachelor party cruises on their own chartered yacht. The groom and other guests can enjoy hours on the water, pampered by club staff and lovely performers. Few things come close to making these kinds of special memories in a safe environment.
Make Sure He Gets to the Main Event On Time the Next Day
If the bucks night takes place the day before the wedding, extend your planning to include the next morning. At this point you have one responsibility, making sure the groom gets to where he needs to be on time, preferably early.
Place the same emphasis on morning-after planning as the bachelor party night. Make sure he and anyone else in the wedding party wake up on time. Get them fed, dressed, and out the door early. That way if unforeseen events like traffic accidents occur, they will not make you late. Have a transportation plan B in place in case of car problems. Bear all this in mind, and consider organising the event some time before the big day if you think this might be too much trouble.
Keep in constant text communication with the bridal party so that they have no worries about the groom and wedding party’s progress.
Remember that the bachelor party is for the groom’s enjoyment, including the making of fun and treasured memories. This should be a night that everyone remembers fondly for years to come.
If his good time, then and afterwards, remains the top priority, you will have assembled a tremendously successful bucks night. Pat yourself on the back, you deserve.