Choosing the right budget is crucial in making sure you achieve a good attendance. Take into account that not everyone can afford to blow £500 on a weekend away. If the stag is organised early enough people can begin to budget for it.
It's recommended that a stag do is acted out a minimum of a fortnight before the wedding takes place. Once you've decided on a date make sure you stick to it.
Firstly, you and the groom need to decide how many the people will be attending the stag. As long as you give people plenty of notice (and it's not half way round the world) you should get a good turnout. Most stag parties are made up of around 0-12 fellas.
A while back the stag night would have been made up of a trip down the local pub and a curry. However with the introduction of low cost flights many best men are opting to go further afield such as weekends away in Europe. At the end of the day the type of stag do chosen will come down to a number of factors listed below.
Make no mistake, you will have many responsibilities in the coming months, but none of these will compare to the pressure of accomplishing this particular task, flawlessly and with class.