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A Guide to the Southern Gentleman’s Bachelor Party

A Guide to the Southern Gentleman’s Bachelor Party


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Bachelor parties are expanding into new territory these days as Las Vegas, Cabo, and South Beach are a little played out. The idea is to make it a memorable experience with your close friends but to do something a little more unique than what we’ve seen in The Hangover and Last Vegas.

On a search for something original yet familiar, we landed on the idea of a Southern gentleman’s bachelor spanning across two cities. A Houston-to-New Orleans parlay was a best-of-both-worlds compromise of friends that turned into a much-loved adventure. Of course, you know about the barbecue in Houston and the bourbon in New Orleans, but if you’re planning a party for a friend who’s taking the plunge, here are some unique ideas in those two cities to build an itinerary around:

Where to Stop for a Classy Lunch: Peska

Houston

It’s hard to gauge what’s more impressive at Peska: the incredible executions of seafood preparation or the fact that a 22-year-old Venezuelan chef helms the restaurant. Yes, that’s right; Omar Pereney is just 22 years old. While most of us were figuring out what we wanted to do with our lives at that age, Pereney has already been a successful TV show host on one of the most-watched Latin American cooking shows and runs an acclaimed restaurant.

If you’ve been to Estiatoro Milos (in Miami, Las Vegas, or New York), then Peska will be familiar to you. Clean Mediterranean flavors with classy presentations are what’s served. I recommend the ceviches as well as the whole fried fish.

Where to Get Dressed: Hamilton’s Shirts

Houston

Bespoke is at its best at Hamilton’s, where they have been measuring and making shirts since 1883. Now in its fourth generation, it’s an American institution and is the perfect place to get you and the boys uniquely fitted. In an era when most clothes are made by machines in countries far away, Hamilton’s is the last of the unicorns, cutting every piece of fabric and sewing every shirt by hand in their Houston workshop.

Where to Get Groomed: Aidan Gill

New Orleans

Ladies have their spa day during bachelorette parties, so make sure you pamper your boys, too. Spend an afternoon getting groomed at the ultimate barber shop in New Orleans: Aidan Gill. You may need to book weeks ahead but the shave is an otherworldly experience. An aperitif is included and as you unwind, your face will get alternating treatments of soothing creams and hot towels. You’ll feel like a new man. And if you’re lucky, you’ll bump into Mr. GQ himself: Aidan Gill. Not only is he a shaving expert, he’s an aficionado in all things related to men’s grooming.

Pro tip: Check out his cologne collection, offering some rare finds that you can’t even get at Neiman Marcus or Sak’s Fifth Avenue.

Where to Stay: Royal Sonesta

Houston, New Orleans

We stayed at the Royal Sonesta hotels in both cities. The Houston outlet has hosted the likes of the Villanova Wildcats (the weekend of the Final Four when they won the NCAA Championship last year) and the New England Patriots (the weekend they won Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004), so it’s surely fit to host a bachelor party. It’s within walking distance of the Galleria, the $2.4 million mall that is the fourth-largest in the nation, and their concierge service is fantastic. It’s like having a human TripAdvisor as they know the ins and outs of the trendy neighborhoods like the River Oaks District and Memorial, which are a short Uber ride away.

In New Orleans, the Royal Sonesta is located right on Bourbon Street, which is exactly where you want to be. As soon as you step outside you’ll walk right into the party. But you can call it a night once back within the hotel’s peaceful and classy walls.

Where to Go for a Drink: Le Colonial

Houston

Houston is a burgeoning city with lots of cool hotspots popping up. That’s a result of a growing, diverse population that will see the city become the third-largest in the United States within the next decade.

One of those new, trendy neighborhoods is the River Oaks District, the freshly constructed $500 million outdoor shopping complex. Once the luxury stores close for the evening, Le Colonial becomes the “it” spot for a drink. Hang out around the bar on the second floor and you’ll be sure to meet and mingle.

Where to Indulge: Lee’s Fried Chicken and Donuts

Houston

There are always wild nights during bachelor parties, so if you need to ingest sugar, fat, and carbs to soak up some hangover, Lee’s Fried Chicken and Donuts is your destination. It’s a little spin on the sweet-and-savory Southern hit chicken and waffles. Allow your taste buds to have some fun and don’t be that Neurotic Nancy that’s calorie-counting. Just indulge.

If you want to go with the traditional route, just dive into the doughnuts. From the praline and bacon to the Nutella-filled, it’s quite a unique variety. Those who are more adventurous should order the doughnut ice cream or the double doughnut chicken fried sandwiches.

Where to Have a Special Meal: Restaurant R’evolution

New Orleans

Acclaimed chef John Folse runs an incredible establishment at Restaurant R’evolution, which is ideal for that special meal. The venue itself has multiple rooms that exude different feels like an Italian trattoria or a French bistro. The private dining room feels luxurious, and if you’re party is big enough, that’s the spot that’s recommended.

The cuisine is Italian/French fine dining with an infusion of Louisiana flavor like the beer-battered crab beignets and the foie gras peaches and cream. To warm up, try a board of the house-made charcuterie and/or the selection of pates and terrines, which we’re happy to endorse. For the main course, the seared sea scallops and foie gras are an excellent blend of rich and buttery.

Where to Have a Nightcap: Pat O’Brien’s

New Orleans

Pat O’Brien’s has been a fixture in New Orleans since 1933, and is even rumored to have created the legendary New Orleans cocktail, The Hurricane. Nowadays, it’s a great place to go to end the night and listen to their pianos duel. There are rotations of talented piano players that key-in through the night, taking requests as inebriated patrons call for the classics. Ask for some Oasis or Journey, and bond with the room as everyone sings.


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


Bachelorette Bachelor Party Ideas

The Tallinn Bureau of Tourism invites tourists to 'Feel the touch of Tallinn', a unique city that's a blend of modern flash with medieval dash. From castles and cobbled streets to sizzling nightclubs in futuristic glass skyscrapers, the city of Tallinnn, Estonia, boasts something for everyone that visits.

For the lucky fellow that gets to plan a stag party in Tallinn, the city offers unique attractions that you won't find just anywhere. Tallinn boasts a nightlife that's bursting at the seams with exciting and rousing live entertainment. A Tallinn stag party nightclub crawl can count on partying till the wee hours of the morning - and later. On Friday and Saturday nights, the night doesn't stop till the sun is up in most clubs. An absolute must on the nightclub circuit is the Venus Club, where onstage go-go dancers keep the action lively and regular theme nights contribute to the surreal atmosphere.

For those stags with a taste for the sophisticated, no Tallinn stag party is complete without an after dinner visit to one of the more unique entertainments available in Tallinn - a cigar lounge. You can start off the evening of debauchery with a deceptively staid puff and brandy in the toney surroundings of a gentleman's club. then move on to the night's real business of downing all the intoxicating potions one can manage while ogling the onstage - and in lap - talent at one of Tallinn's famed lap dance and strip clubs.

Daytime Tallinn stag party options are no less varied and exciting. You can take to the tracks at the FK Center in karts, or stalk your mates in a furious game of paintball or laser tag. If you're looking to really scare the starch out of your about-to-be shanghai'd mate, you can even arrange a real shanghai with the help of a licensed tour operator. Give the stag a taste of prison by arranging to have him and the entire party captured by the 'official' police and taken to old Tallinn prison for a realistic experience that you'll never forget.

Captured in Tallinn is just one example of a unique Tallin stag party activity that a professional tour operator can help you arrange. If you're looking for more unique ideas for stag parties in Tallinn or any other city, contact Chillisauce.co.uk, a tour operator that specialises in unique and unusual stag nights, bachelor parties and stag weekends.

Traditionally, one of the key responsibilities of the Best Man is to plan the Bachelor Party…along with getting the Groom to the church on time and not forgetting the ring, toasts, etc.

However in this hectic world, with guys living in different states, with a variety of schedules planning a Bachelor Party and getting it right can be a chore. If the Groom wants to see all his best buddies and have an event full of laughs and memories, he and the Best Man may have to collaborate and take the following factors into account.

* When should the event take place?

* How can it be made “special”?

* Who can make the arrangements?

Whom should be invited? This is an important first decision, since the make-up and size of the group will have an effect on the rest of the planning. If relatives (Dad, a favorite Uncle, teenage brothers) are to be included it will influence what type of an event, where it happens and how long it lasts. Two and three day excursion or adventure weekends are becoming more popular and can accommodate participants of all ages. The focus is on adventure and making memories, along with celebration, so that older relatives and younger siblings don't feel out of place. The same type of event can also apply for best buddies that are scattered across the country. A geographically centered location coupled with a two/three day event reduces travel time and gives them time to relax and compare notes from the past and present.

When should the event take place? There are several factors to be considered. If the Bachelor Party is to be a weekend adventure event it should be well separated from the wedding itself. This will give groomsmen from out of town time to return home, get back to work and regroup before leaving for the wedding. Also some types of bachelor parties ideas encompass adventures that are best done at certain times of the year, eg lake fishing, white water rafting. Local bachelor parties with local groomsmen can be held the weekend prior to the wedding or the more traditional night before the wedding. If the plan is for a “destination” adventure weekend, then plans and reservations should be made early, using only reputable tour company with Bachelor Party experience.

How long should the Bachelor Party last? Weekend events are becoming much more common. They last from Friday night to Sunday afternoon, and some even start on Thursday. This gives those from out of town, time to travel and also allows everyone to relax, socialize, relive memories and start some new ones. Everything from golfing to sky diving is now being considered for these gatherings. These are mini-vacations for a group of friends and, in some cases, have turned into annual events. Everyone pays their own transportation costs. The weekend ground costs are usually split between all the groomsmen so that the Groom goes free. Everyone is usually surprised how reasonable the costs are, considering this is a mini-vacation and a chance to experience something new for the group.

How can the Bachelor Party be made “special” This is where the Best Man and the Groom need to put their heads together. What is it that would make this a memorable occasion for the Groom? It is more than consuming as much beverage as possible and waking up the next day with a strange tattoo. Great memories are made of sharing an adventure, a special dinner, or sitting around a campfire telling tales from the past. Herding cattle and then challenging each other to ride a mechanical bull makes for a never to be forgotten weekend. Special T-shirts, with the date and Groom's name, videos of the adventure…even an engraved memento to be presented to the Groom at the wedding reception are now becoming more common bachelor party ideas.

Who can make the arrangements? As was indicated in the opening, planning a memorable and exciting Bachelor Party can be complicated and often is overwhelming for the Best Man, even with bachelor party ideas from the Groom. The important thing is keep the idea, not lose the enthusiasm and let someone else do all the planning. Destination weddings have been around for years, and wedding planners or bridal consultants have used their knowledge to take the pressure off the Bride. Now the same logic can be applied to the Bachelor Party. New tour companies have set up weekend adventures with just the right touch, just the right location, just the right ingredients, to meet everyone's expectation.

Let's face it….weddings aren't everyday events…and the Bride certainly has lots of input. Why should Bachelor Parties be different? The Groom should have input and can do everything from hint to the Best Man, to picking the adventure. Brides love the idea of her fiancé involved in something other than the “traditional” wild party, so go for it guys!


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