8 Unconventional Bachelor Party Ideas

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It’s fun to go to Las Vegas or spend the weekend on a beach in your last moments as an unmarried individual. But, here are some unconventional bachelor party ideas that will inspire the parties to keep going many years after the wedding day.

1. Do an Obstacle Course Competition

This could be everything you and your crew love to do — but with a twist. Do you love paintball or laser tag? Maybe you’re into racing cars, rock climbing or axe-throwing. 

Regardless of the sport or activity, spend the bachelor day or weekend challenging the rest of the groom’s party to epic and unforgettable contests. Maybe there’s a prize for the winner at the end just to keep things interesting.

2. Visit a Food Truck Festival

Regardless if looking good on the wedding day is a priority, they say the quickest way to the heart is through food. This is much better than planning a fancy dinner at a five-star restaurant, and drinks cost as much as an entrée. 

Everyone can decide how many foods they want to try, and there are no expectations or judgments about etiquette or how much food they eat. The theme is pure indulgence — maybe with a beer in hand.

3. Escape the Room

Escape rooms are becoming more popular as forms of interactive entertainment. With the number of themes coming from creative minds — from pirate ships to old Hollywood movies — there is undoubtedly something to hit everyone’s taste. Plus, it’s a great bonding experience before continuing to labor over the finer details of the wedding day.

4. Road Trip in a Party Bus

Nothing says special occasion like the vehicle of partying. Prepare accordingly by reading reviews and making reservations early, so you have it for the length of time and distance to hit all the stops between the party on wheels.

5. Craft a Personalized Bar Crawl

Though this is a more traditional idea, you can reinvent it with a few twists. You could ensure the locations are only places specializing in the bachelor’s favorite drink. You could also make a map for the rest of the party on paper — maybe when you draw a line between all the destinations, they make a heart. No matter where you are a coordinating outfit or theme is a must for an extra festive vibe.

6. Check Off a Pre-Marriage Bucket List

Have the bachelor write down activities they wanted to do before getting married — big or small — and see how many of them you can jam-pack into a weekend. Nothing is off-limits if the bachelor writes about renting a karaoke room or baking cakes.

7. A Bachelor Party Movie Marathon

If you’re looking for some more low-key, how about a movie marathon — but only including movies with bachelor parties. There are a surprising number of films where bachelor parties are a focal point and some where the party is just a riotous scene. Here are some to brainstorm:

  • Bachelor Party
  • Crazy Rich Asians
  • Sideways
  • American Wedding
  • The Hangover
  • The Wolf of Wall Street
  • How to Murder Your Wife
  • Wedding Crashers

8. Rough It With a Survivalist Experience

Camping is a definitive bachelor party idea, but what about instead of glamping with brews by the fire, you learn how to craft the shelter and hunt for food? It’s an engaging twist on the leisurely classic that won’t appeal to all. Still, it could enliven some bachelor parties wanting a bit of an extra challenge, but it’s strongly advised to find an agency to go through to ensure safety for everyone involved.

Throwing a Memorable Bachelor Party

Bachelor parties should be remembered for life — they are about celebrating one of the most significant occasions in your friend’s life and experiencing the most fun together. So long as the party involves the bachelor’s favorite people and is curated for their interests, it’s sure to be a memory to treasure for life.


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