How to Keep the Groom Happy

Here at Funktion,we strive to make life easier for you when it comes to organising your friends, your relatives or anyone’s stag do. If you want to keep the stag happy throughout his last night of freedom, take a look at these 5 ways to keep the groom happy – you can thank us later.

Booze Supply

Obvious, but unbelievably important. A large supply of alcohol applies to most stag parties, and it’s your job to make sure the groom to be is in constant supply of the stuff. An easy way to do so without breaking the bank is by getting a kitty together with the rest of the guys. Grab this before the night out and then use it to buy all the stags drinks until you head for your kebab and bed.

Keep it Stress Free

With all the wedding planning going on, the last thing your groom needs to feel is stressed about the stag do as well. Reassure him that you’ve got everything under control (even if you don’t some of the time). Make sure you get yourself organised, and the earlier the better as you’ll get some epic early bird deals. Whatever you do, don’t let the stag pick up any pieces, if you’re struggling make sure to contact one of the other stag party guests to pitch in.


If you want to go the extra mile, a few surprises will definitely make the groom smile and create a memorable experience before he gets hitched. Out of all the 5 ways to keep the groom happy, this is the one he definitely won’t see coming – see what we did there? You can keep the surprises small with a funny gift or outfit to wear on the night out, or go all out and invite a long-distance friend to join in the fun.


Out of the 5 ways to keep the groom happy, this one might not be for everyone, but it’s sure to create a memorable stag do for your groom to be. Whether your stag is a total adrenaline junkie or he’s always wanted to try something a bit daring, there’s no better time than just before you get hitched for some new thrills! If you need some inspiration, take a look at our stag do ideas.

Get Personal

Lastly, don’t forget that this day or night is all about the stag, and should be a huge collection of the stuff he enjoys, from the food to the enter­ta­inment. Once you start picking out personal touches like inside jokes, favourite colours in the decoration and his favourite beer, it doesn’t matter too much what you’re actually doing. If you need help remembering all the stuff you need, consider using this free stag do planning checklist to help you out.

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