Gearing up for that crazy whacky Bachelor Party? Here’s how you can do it right! ;-)

Marriage is a pathway through which you enter a whole new life with another person. You plan out on all the nitty-gritties to make this auspicious occasion memorable.

But every groom has to have that one boisterous night where he settles all his demons once and for all.

So men we hand out to you the perfect checklist for your bachelor party which contains all the pointers you need to have a check on before-during-after the party.

1. Don’t do it all by yourself

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You are the star of your wedding, the prince charming with whom the beautiful bride wants to bring all her dreams to life. But never be the lone-wolf to plan out your bachelor party. Always be accompanied by a best friend, your closest brother or your best man in all your bachelor party weddings because your wildest imaginations might not match with the other guys in the gang. It is advisable to always have suggestions and ideas from others for the gig.

 

2. Pick a spot away from the vigilance radar

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By vigilantes we mean the girl gang who always wants to know all what happens in your wild parties. So pick up a spot where the girls least expect you to be and try to keep the info classified though everyone knows the bro code never lets anything out of the circle. A strip club or the local party spot might not be a good pick as it does not gives you complete privacy for the extreme guys who once high create ruckus all around the place. A private villa or a huge private basement behind your grandpa’s mansion could just be the right pick.

 

3. Have your alcohol overstocked:

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You can never get just the right amount of booze for your bachelor party. The gang always has guys who go down with just three shots of the Corona and also the ‘pind kalandar steel da liver’ guys who would stop at nothing as long as the drinks come pouring in. Get 50% more alcohol than you need as a party that runs out of beer is a disaster.  Again, running out of alcohol is very bad, so it is far better to be left with a ton of unused booze.

 

4. The Strippers

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Probably the most important element of the party! If you are planning a bachelor party out of India, find agencies that are trusted for providing good strippers. Ask the agency to provide security for the strippers if you don’t want to be the one dropping them back to the place. The strippers prefer to be high on your booze without paying for it to remove their guilt and self-loathing that they feel by taking their clothes off. So find strippers who might not be too heavy on your pockets. Even though you try your best to find a good agency it is very difficult to find strippers with golden hearts.

 

5. Have control over your mind, heart and also your other parts.

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Its your bachelor party and you have all the rights to go crazy but deep down inside you need to have that sensible element in yourself that you don’t go towards your marriage with a horrific memory of your bachelor party. The stupidest thing that the groom might do is to fall for a stripper or an escort emotionally or in any manner whatsoever! Because remember, it is all about some healthy fun after all!

 

6. Make sure you have a person who is there if you lose control

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If you are the groom you are expected to be in one-piece at all times. So make sure you are with a reliable person who will be able to handle the situation if you are completely out of your senses. The guy could be your best friend or a brother, someone you can always rely upon.

 

7. Have a gap between the party day and your wedding

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It is never a good thing to reach your wedding in a hangover. You might not feel good being the center of attraction and of course the photographs would be awful. Thus, a day before the wedding is definitely not the time to hold your bachelor party. Have a gap of about 4-5 days or more between wedding functions and the bachelor party.

 

8. Happy times do not grow on trees so just go all in

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Bachelor party is surely the event to have the craziest fun and frolics of your lifetime before you are officially a family man. It is not that you will not have good times post-wedding but surely one wants to be unstoppable at their bachelor party. Your friends would expect and might demand something grand from you so don’t hesitate, just spend if something really amuses the guys as it will definitely make the night memorable.

 

9. Never discuss with the opposite sex

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Since this is the time when you settle all your demons for good the bachelor party can has some experiences that might be amazing for you but would not be acceptable by the girl gang. So instead of being taunted by your wife upon ” what all you did at that fu*#all party” be careful not to discuss about the matter with any one from the opposite sex.

And remember the rule – what happens at the Bachelor party stays at the Bachelor party!! 😉

10. Make it memorable for yourself

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Have that one night where all goes upside down. Make some memories that how hard you tried to stand on a beer bottle but later saw your friend getting some glass pieces out of your foot. Have the time of your life, something you’re gonna laugh at  each time you gather around with your buddies. The night is yours go live it because only babies sleep at night.

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Honeymoon: Just a few tips!

We’ve all had romantic daydreams about how fantastic our honeymoon will be someday, a trip that you will remember fondly for decades to come! Well, fret not! We’ve got you covered! Here are a few tips to make your honeymoon special!

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Neil Nitin Mukesh WEDS Rukmini Sahay! An affair to remember…

Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh’s dreamy wedding in the city of lakes is the stuff dreams are made of!

The Meeting:

The actor was introduced to Rukmini Sahay through his parents. After a month or courtship, the couple hosted a low key roka ceremony on the auspicious day of Dussehra last year.

The Wedding:

The beautiful couple got hitched as per Hindu rituals in a close knit wedding ceremony on February 9. The wedding ceremony happened at the sprawling surroundings of the Radisson Blu Palace Resort and Spa in Udaipur. It was attended by close friends and family.

The “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” actor looked majestic in a cream and maroon sherwani while the bride looked absolutely stunning in a red and orange lehenga. Both the attires were designed by Sarath Krishnan.

The Cocktail:

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The functions started with a grand cocktail and engagement event held at the Radisson Blu Palace Resort and Spa in Udaipur.

The cocktail and the engagement was done in a royal English vintage garden theme and was decorated with flowers, silk drapes and open air tents. The dress code for the evening was formal – then men wore tuxedos and the women wore gowns.

While Neil looked dapper in a black tuxedo designed by Aditya Kilachand, his fiancé looked like a million bucks in a shimmery gown designed by Sarath Krishnan.

Dj suketu entertained the audience with his groovy numbers.

The Mehendi:

The mehendi was a typical traditional affair following a “Mewari Mela” theme which had a colour contrasting decor.

The entire venue was decked up with orange and yellow flowers. The bride to be Rukmini Sahay wore a pink and beige sari and even her jewellery had floral motifs all over.

Neil was seen in a bright pink silk Krishna Mehra kurta pajama wheneres rukminis attire was designed by Nishi Nitin Mukesh.

The Sangeet:

The sangeet started with special performances by Bollywood veteran actors and close family friends like Pamela Chopra and Rishi Kapoor.

Rishi Kapoor sang his popular song ” Main shayar toh nahi” and even called the couple on the stage to verse with him.The bride and groom also gave an impromptu dance performance on Bollywood hits like Tu Mera Hero, Kala Chashma and Nashe Si Chadh Gayi among others.

Neil wore a cream and gold  Narendra Kumar creation while Rukmini chose to wear a traditional green lehenga with intricate gotta Patti and zardozi embroidery by designer Krishna Mehta.

The Reception:

Neil Nitin Mukesh and Rukmini Sahay’s wedding reception in Mumbai was a star studded affair! In attendance were Salman khan, rumoured girlfriend Lulia Vantur and Katrina Kaif. Bollywood mega star Amitabh Bachchan was also present with wife jaya Bachchan and son Abhishek Bachchan.

Timeless beauty Rekha was also spotted taking part in the celebrations. Sooraj Barjatya, Swara Bhaskar, Bipasha basu, karan singh grover, Madhur Bhandarkar, Abbas Mustan, Alka Yagnik,Mugdha Godse, Zayed khan with wife Mallika, Sophie Chaudhary, Udit Narayan with son Aditya and wife and others were also some of the attendees. Neil’s and Rukminis outfits were by designer Manav gangwani.

The couple were colour coordinated in ivory and emerald green outfits. Neil looked radiant in a classic jodhpuri suit and Rukmini looked like a goddess  a green heavily embroidered lehenga. The decor for the reception was European themed, highlighted by white and pink carnations.

The hotel nightclub was booked for the after party and a banquet was booked for the actual function.

Wedding In Vogue wishes this lovely couple a Happy Married Life! 

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Ideas for a kickass bachelorette party!

Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway party, a theme-based house party,  or a lively night on the town, being the bridesmaids you gotta make sure you organise an unforgettable bachelorette party for your bride-to-be BFF!

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Since it’s the last fling before the ring, you can have a destination bachelorette bash! Grab your girls and escape for a fun weekend getaway or a mini-vacay. Rent a luxury yacht or a speed-boat and take your friend’s out.  Soaking up the sun and tanning together sounds like a pretty sweet deal. You’ll also have plenty time to bond out on the water.
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Or it could be a camping trip. Take your pj’s, makeshift tents, booze and head to a camping destination. You could do bonfires, roast marshmallows and dance your way till dawn! Get some customised tees, caps and sashes made. Quirky tattoos which would wear off the next morning are also a great idea.
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It could also be a classic slumber party. An old fashioned night with your girls filled with some chick flicks, junk food and adult only drinking games like never have I ever, truth or dare etc sounds like a good time. You could also do a karaoke night. After a few stiff drinks you can sing your heart out! No Paula and Simon would be judging you!
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You could have a nail art station, foot massages and a photo booth.
Signing up your girlfriends for a spa day is another fantastic idea for a spinster party. It doesn’t always have to be a rowdy booze-fest. Massages, mud wraps and manicures sound just about right for some pre wedding pampering!
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Grab some funny, kinky, naughty props and make it a night to remember. From the food to the gifts to the props, make it fun!
Make it a night which you can remember fondly ten years down the line and have a hearty laugh. After all, it’s all about creating memories amidst all the wedding madness!
And don’t forget the rule : ” What happens in a bachelorette party, stays in the bachelorette party!” 😉
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