Marriage is a union of two people. But it also joints two families of different opinions and tastes. Right from the culture and customs, everything is common or different when one is about to two people are about to get married throughout the world. Thus it is an important occasion in the life of men and women who also lose their bachelorhood!! Hence a party is thrown at last night of grooms-to-be to let him have fun and enjoy his bachelorhood. The “last night of freedom” is an expression that is commonly passed by his group which includes several events such as dance shows, fancy dress, music and lots of drinks. This custom of stag night is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout the world to mark the end of the single life of the groom or bride-to-be in their traditional way or with different ideas according to the location they belong! Please have a quick look at the stag party events that are arranged by multiple cultures by various countries throughout the world. Do you know that this event is organized by the male siblings of the groom to be or they can hire a professional event organizer who will take all the possible action to make it a grand success!
Countries that organize stag parties:
America and Canada: The Americans enjoy this day before the last night of marriage and conduct this bachelor party with close friends and relatives with various activities at the party.
Germany: The people of this country conduct in the form of a carnival that is known as ‘Junggesellenabschied’. It literally means “farewell to bachelorhood” of the groom-to-be and is also succeeded by a party for the future couple which is known as Polterabend. They follow a unique traditional custom of breaking old porcelain which is denoted as a symbol for good luck.
France: The term ‘enterrement de vie de garçon’, which translates to “the burial of the life as a boy”, generally the traditional name of stag party which states that the boy is becoming a man after getting married.
Hungary: People of Hungary, call the grooms-to-be as “legénybúcsú”, which is a nickname and tells that these are the “last days of freedom” of the groom-to-be who is about to tie the knot with his finance and fall in a relationship.
Australia: The Australians call this celebration as “bucks night” which is nothing but a bachelor party or stag night.
Slovenia: In Slovenia, such celebrations are known as “fantovščina”, which is a derived from the word “fact”, which means a boy, whose singlehood is going to end and manhood is about to begin.
So did you hear any marriage bells ringing in your house? Then surprise your groom-to-be with a bachelor party calling close buddies that hail from the same genre to rock the event in a forgettable manner. Arrange the stag party in such a way that it is remembered till the next marriage in the same house.
Earlier bachelorette parties were conducted at nightclubs and bars but today with the increase in demand and change in traditions every groom-to-be is let to enjoy his bachelorhood just before their marriage. Celebrate it just before the marriage day or organize it on any weekend if you are lacking time.