How to Plan a UK Stag Do
Your mate is finally getting hitched and you know what that means, so here’s a quick and easy guide on how to plan a UK Stag do. (Because that’s what it means, in case you didn’t know. It means you’re having a Stag Do!)
Step one: Who’s planning it? The best man’s planning it. I repeat. The best man is planning it. If you’re reading this and you’re not the best man, then click off this article immediately, you do not belong here. If you’re the stubborn type and you're still here, here’s an article explaining why the best man is planning it, because the best man is planning it.
Step two: Choosing a stag do location. If you didn't know already, there’s actually quite a few cities in the UK, but which one is right for the lucky guy’s last night of freedom? Well that depends on what kind of guy you’re dealing with. You’ve got the great big metropolis, your London’s, your Manchester’s, your Liverpool’s etc. With Bars and clubs as far as the eye can see, these are great for what I believe is commonly referred to as a ‘piss up’ by most folks.
But what about activities? When it comes to a weekend of quad-biking or white-water rafting you might struggle a bit in the city. You might be better off heading to the Lake District for that sort of thing.
Step trois: Money.
Bloody money eh? It’s what makes the world go round and the bane of our lives. But whether you like it or not, money isn't going away any time soon. There’s ways of easing the burden though. Deals and bundles can guarantee a wicked Stag Do that doesn’t feel like you’ve just thrown your entire life savings on a big fire.
Step Four: Not to sound like your mum, but get yourself organised. Even if you’re just going on a pub crawl, do your research and find out what the best pubs are. You can order a free handy Stag Do planning checklist here to help you plan your big day/weekend/mental bender.
And there it is. Four simple steps on how to plan a UK Stag Do. I’d say here’s one I made earlier but it doesn’t really work like that. If you need any more advice, give us a ring on 0161 341 0052.