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Carrick on Shannon for a stag party

Carrick on Shannon for a stag party This are the reasons why we love Carrick on Shannon for a stag party! The river Shannon is the longest river in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; it is magical and historic and has lots of large towns, small towns, and the City of Limerick built on its banks. One of those towns a great stretch up from the Shannon estuary is Carrick, more commonly known as Carrick on Shannon. It’s a quaint but wonderful spot and a brilliant tourist destination. We love Carrick on Shannon as a stag party destination for a myriad of reasons but principally for the following five. 1. The Best Nightlife We constantly ask ourselves, “what makes a destination special for Stag parties” The first has got to be the night life. Stags are by name and nature, Stags!! The man who is on the point of tying the knot and rutting in the same spot from here on in is having one last hurrah with his mates. Stags by their nature are bold as brass, cocky, full of testosterone and on for the joys of life. They do not kip down when the sun drops below the horizon. The live life to the full and getting tired is for wimps. They will burn the midnight oil and Carrick on Shannon has the best night life North of wherever. All the bars and nightclubs in Carrick welcome the stags. Stags while they like a great time, all generally well behaved and always welcomed. 2. There are a plethora of activities available to the stag parties on the day of the party. Most guys like to let off a bit of steam and squeeze the life out of some challenging activity. Lads can go clay pigeon shooting for example. For anyone that has not experienced it before, it is a great sport. We can advise and book you into a reputable provider so that the group gets proper advice and directions in how to use shotguns and fire at targets. What is great is that no living creature gets wiped out in the pursuit of pleasure. Pull, bang and wow; great shot! For those that don’t fancy hanging off the end of a shotgun, there are other alternatives. Buggy racing is becoming hugely popular with the stags. The four wheel drive machines have specially adapted suspensions under the robust bodies. Anti roll bars are fitted as are seat belts and other safety features. Courses are designed to be challenging with steep climbs, crazy corners, mud baths, flat areas for overtaking and some have streams that can be driven through. Stags need to bring their wellies and will be provided with waterproof overalls and helmets. This experience will get the lads buzzing and lay the foundations for a great stag party. Another option is paint balling. The adrenaline rush is involved here too. All dressed up in combat gear with helmets and visors taking on the enemy that were friends walking in and will be friends walking out. No danger to life or limb and everyone has a great time. 3. Well guess what? Lots of hen parties travel to Carrick on Shannon as well! So, the chance of being stranded in a small town without a romantic involvement is a rare enough occurrence. Many a bride and groom met as supporters of another bride and groom in Carrick on Shannon at the kickoff party. 4. Super cool restaurants and accommodation What is there not to like about this beautiful town? Fantastic hotels, restaurants and night life. It’s big enough to cater for all the needs of the Stags and yet small enough that you can’t get lost. 5. Freedom! Most of all, the Stags can let their hair down a bit without fearing that they will bump into some nosey neighbour. While it has everything it is far enough away from mainstream.

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Our top requested activities for 2019

Our top requested activities for 2019 Knowing what our customer is looking for is the key to providing a top class service, we have put together this list of Our top requested activities for 2019. Delivering what our customer requires gives us the leading edge in what we do. Our motto is Quality, quality and nothing but quality. We also review regularly as cracks in the boards can appear in areas outside our control so getting honest feedback is important and we value that. This allows us to take action in dealing with any concerns quickly so that clients are happy. We pride ourselves that a huge percentage of our bookings come from recommendations. As an exercise in quality control and customer care we look at the most popular booked activities and share with you our assessment and report on them. 1. Paint balling. If you don’t know what paintballing is, you are from a different planet and we would seriously ask you to call and see us so we can examine what an alien looks like. (ET phone home), no mobiles in those days; No wonder he got lost; We have loads of paintballing event centers on our list and it remains one of the more popular activities. Why? Well, the stags are a whole bunch of testosterone fuelled male friends and relations that the Groom has for company. They will constantly challenge each other in every aspect of their lives. Family, jobs, sport and table quizzes. So, when the curtains are really drawn and the friendship is put in a drawer somewhere for an hour, the gloves definitely come off. It’s every man for himself and the team. The party is divided into two groups, each armed with air guns loaded with little plastic balls of paint. Teams have 2 different colours. There’s stalking, hunting, avoiding, chasing and shooting at each other. Both “armies” are suitably suited and booted and protected in the facial area so that any damage is purely cosmetic. The object is to annihilate the opposing team. Brilliant fun and high on our “to do” stag party list 2. Clay pigeon shooting This is not America and most of our population will go through life without ever holding a gun. However most, if not all, of the population has seen movies where everyone has a firearm. The curious male of course wants to experience the feeling of shooting something. Well, there was a time that it was the only way to put food on the plate, and then what? Along came McDonalds. Now we have clay pigeon shooting which is shooting at a clay disc that is catapulted into to air from a machine as a Stag is pointing a loaded shotgun in the direction that it will fly. The skill is blasting it out of the air before it falls to the ground and starts to breed more clay pigeons. This is for the macho man. The good, the bad and the ugly; Bang! Scores are kept and the competition rolls on.. 3. Karting Yup, this is for the “would-be” Lewis Hamiltons. All gas and guts; Turn up at one of our recommended tracks, put on the racing suits and helmets. Register your details and car number in the onsite computer, smell the fuel, the scorching rubber, well maybe not, slip into the Kart, do a practice lap and then give it welly. Bends, straights, curves and everything else as well; beat the stags and beat the clock. Ripping and gripping stuff. Vroom, vroom!

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The five blokes that can be found at a Stag Party 

The five blokes that can be found at a Stag Party The five blokes that can be found at a Stag Party are nearly always present. It is still impossible to put all males into just one category. See if you can identify one (or identify with one!)on a Stag night out. 1. Apeshit Andy No one quite knows why Andy goes bananas but look, everyone has a theory. Most will agree that lives the quiet life for most of the year. This occasion is a big deal for this guy so he’s going to let the hair down. He will likely develop a highly energetic and ape like behaviour towards the end of the night. Enjoy the show! 2. Britvic Bobby Britvic Bobby is not normally a drinker. However when he goes out socialising he’d normally just have a Britvic orange, as he has no tolerance for alcohol. Now it could be that he has a booze tolerance deficiency. The thing with Britvic Bobby is that at a stag party he works on changing his DNA. It didn’t work the last time but, ah look, let’s give it another lash. Three half pints of beer and he’s rolled up on the floor like an old hound with one ear up and one ear down. 3. Sensible Cecil These guys are a pain in the arse generally and it’s because we envy them. He turns up in a nicely creased pair of slacks, designer shirt and a sports jacket to match. You couldn’t toss his carefully combed hair if you stuck him in a wind tunnel. The car keys are always in the left pocket, the wallet in the right. The Tag Heur watch is always set on summer time because he likes to rise early. He never misplaces the Polaroid sunglasses. They set on the perfect crafted hair cut that suggests it would take major surgery to remove them. He just drinks what he can hold and he has never “had one for the road”. He thinks “a bird never flew on one wing” is actually a reference to a deformed bird. One thinks though, he will always ensure that everyone gets home and he’ll be first up without a hangover. Grrrrrr! 4. Head Butt Henry We can never understand why these guys get invited to any event. Even if he’s the brother of the groom he's going to land the group into trouble before the night is out. Once this Head Butt Henry gets a few drinks into him he’s like a fox in a hen house. Rest assured the first night club entry attempt will end in disaster. Limbs flailing everywhere and fists being flown! 5. Harry Houdini The great illusionist! He will have his hand out for the booze once it’s on the house. When the free bar closes he will vanish like snow in the sunshine. He will reappear as last drinks are called. These guys are so mean they could peel an orange in their pocket. Plenty more but these are five likely to be on the Stag! We have all identified as one of these scoundrels before! The best thing about a Stag is that any messing like this is all in good fun and will make for amazing, yet hazy, memories.

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Galway never disappoints for a Stag Party

Galway never disappoints for a Stag Party We pick 4 reasons why It is true that Galway never disappoints for a Stag Party. This country of ours is such a beautiful place and our choice for a Stag Party venue knows no bounds. We could pontificate on the options all day and still only be making a dent on the list. Geographically as we have pointed out before, Ireland has four sides, North, South, East and West. The country is 300 miles long and 160 miles wide. Galway is about half way up the West coast. It is known as the city of the tribes. It’s a brilliant spot with a myriad of events to enjoy. 1. This might seem like sedentary and not thrill a minute stuff, but a walk around the city centre is worth a king’s ransom. The city fathers have put enormous efforts over the last fifteen years into making Galway an architectural and cultural haven. While doing so, they mixed the modern with the ancient without losing the charm of the place. From Eyre square and Ship Street the bustle of shoppers and tourists is mixed with the sounds of the street artists overlapping at every corner. There is a vibrant energy about the place. 2. A trip on Lough Corrib Lough Corrib is one of the three largest Lakes on the river Shannon. There are cruising excursions from Galway city every day during the season. The crew of the vessel gives a commentary on the lake, the wild life and of course the Island where St Patrick had a monastery in the fourth century. It’s a dream trip for those interested in history and enjoy being on the water. The vessel serves food and snacks and has a licensed bar on board; a critical factor for a stag party. 3. Activities in Galway One of the most famous racing festivals in Ireland takes place in Galway every year. If the Stag party is a gee-gee crowd then the Galway Races is a must! But beware, accommodation is as scarce as hen’s teeth on that week, so booking early is paramount and expect to pay over the odds. Anyway, horses aside, Galway is brimming with activities. They range from paint balling to archery; clay pigeon shooting to fencing and of course, one of our favourites, go-karting. Galway even has Europe’s largest karting centre! Karting is a high octane adrenaline rush. From putting on the racing gear, getting the helmet on over your David Beckham hairstyle (don’t knock if, we could have mentioned Mario Fellini!) - to studying the track, working out the strategy and getting instructions from the track officials. After that the group is split into teams and vroom, vroom, burn some rubber! A few laps of that and you’ll believe that you are Lewis Hamilton. 4. Bars, restaurants and night life There are more bars than you could shake a stick at. The group will find that most have live music going on all day and night. We would recommend that the group makes its way down Ship Street towards the Spanish Arch. This area of the city is always buzzing and it’s the great big melting pot of cultures. In this area there are loads of restaurants serving high class organic foods, Asian street food and the regular fish and chips outlets. Galway is always top of our list as it never disappoints.

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Top five tips for the Best Man speech

Top five tips for the Best Man speech Our Top five tips for the Best Man speech are killer. Being invited to be Best Man at a wedding is, as the Americans would say, pretty awesome man! Now, it could be that the groom is your brother or maybe an awkward old college friend who has appealed to your sense of duty to take on and perform the task. If he is like we describe, then the chances are that it’s a very small wedding and that the bride has a “man selection deficiency” and that the whole gig will be over quite fast. If that’s the case, keep it short. Welcome her into the family and do not thank her for taking him out of your mother’s hands. Say something nice about him. If you can’t think of a single thing, mention his suit and that he lent you his bicycle one day when you were kids. Make reference to how beautiful the bribe looks... even if you are lying through your teeth! Keep it short! Two or three lines at most. 1. Research, research and research The job of the best man is to chaperone the groom all day. To make sure that he and the new bride have a day to remember and that he does not have to get involved in the nuts and bolts. Of course one of the main things will be your speech. This can make grown men wet the bed with worry, so let’s get a few tips in order. The first one is research. Yeah, we know he is your brother or best friend and that you know him like the back of your hand. That counts for nothing. You’d be surprised how little you know when push comes to shove. You might know all his annoying habits and the clothes he likes to wear. His favourite tipple, where he prefers to go for his “bangers and mash” and what team he supports, but nobody cares. They want you to talk about “superman” so get studying the form and write it down. Talk to his other friends and work colleagues and those involve in his social life. Get the interesting bits and put them together. 2. Content The content of the speech is very important. While everyone will have their ears cocked to see if you come up with some juicy bits or some who will be hoping you drop a clanger. There will be others that don’t give a fiddle and will play a game on the amount of times you will use the word “thanks”. Remember you will not satisfy them all so don’t bother trying. Do not mention the times that the groom was plastered and you had to put him in the wheelbarrow to get him from the car to the house. Leave his personal failings at home behind the couch. There will be funny instances in his life that he may have forgotten about. Yeah, use them if they are suitable material. 3. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse Unless you make speeches for a living, then you must rehearse. Write down the headers and memorise them. Keep the notes for reference. Keep the speech to 12 minutes. Studies have shown that you begin to lose your audience after that. Speak slowly and clearly. 4. Do’s and Don’ts Don’t forget to mention the bride and her mother, and propose a toast. You may also have to read the congratulation cards from those unable to attend. Do stay sober, well until the meal and speeches are over. Remember to stay on point. Make a list of your duties before the wedding and stick to the plan. Don’t start talking through your arse because you like the sound of your own voice. There are many more but these are our top five tips for a best man speech. Enjoy!

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How stag Parties have evolved over the last 20 years

How stag Parties have evolved over the last 20 years Here we list the 4 greatest changes While 'How stag Parties have evolved over the last 20 years' might not be high on the agenda of your “to do list”, there are reasons for including this frivolous bit of historical content. It’s fair to say that the event went from a casual meeting of friends down to some woeful depths and back up again. It morphed into a new animal with new behaviours and trends. 1. The Stag Night Out in earlier days I suppose it would be fair to mention that we are talking about a time forty years ago or thereabouts. Prior to that Stags were something that had four legs, a tail, horns on their heads, yes, the head. No, don’t try working that one out; it could be dangerous so just look it up in Wikipedia. Santa had a couple of them in a shed behind his gaffe at the North Pole. He’d whip them into action on Christmas Eve before going for a burn up around the world leaving the missus to clean out the poo from the shed before he got back. The later Stag Party usually involved close male friends and male members of the Groom’s family that went for a few social drinks after work, the night before the wedding. It was always very civilised as they chewed the fat. Everyone went home early. 2. The dreaded drink, we think. The Stag Night out became an itch that needed more scratching. Guy’s began to feel that they could milk a good night out for all that it was worth. So the kick off time got earlier and guys took a half day from work. Most blokes turned up with a huge lip on them and ready to drink Lough Erin dry. Soakage was introduced for the first time. A few bags of crisps and some nuts; as time moved on that became more sophisticated with the introduction of egg sandwiches and if the budget could be stretched, ham sangers with brown bread; how posh was that? Mind you, the crowd was still turfed out on the street at closing time, 11.00pm in the winter and 11.30 pm in the summer to the sounds of “have ye any homes to go to” 3. Hitting the bottom of the barrel in terms of “funny things to do” The odd watering hole would provide a private room and if luck ran your way, an extra hour on the premises. It should be pointed out at this stage that travelling to a stag night out would require getting the local suburban bus into town and shanks mare on the way home. That was not before the groom was “done over”. The range of perverted ideas ran from shaving off half his moustache if he had weeds on his face. Shaving off both eyebrows while he was plastered and could feel no pain; it got worse; stripping him totally and fastening him to a lamp post using cling film. Again, only possible if the patient is under anaesthetic, lots of mixed drinks. Sometimes these poor blokes would “come-to” in the morning as traffic was passing and all the other ding-dongs at home in bed sleeping off the effects. At least there was not a drug culture at that time. 4. Moving on to moving out The bounce up from the bottom was significant. Stag parties became a weekend end away from the home town. The weekends became structured with more emphasis on activities and food rather than just getting plastered and falling down and no recollection of events afterwards. A change for the better for sure we think, as we review the 4 greatest changes in Stag Parties.

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The Ultimate Summer Stag

The Ultimate Summer Stag The ultimate Summer stag could include a variety of activities for you. Whether you and your compadres are into traveling to foreign places or just seriously tearing it up at the local - check out these tips to ensure you have an unforgettable stag! (..which may or may not be hazy the following morning, depending) Location: Make use of that fine Irish Summer weather and hit up any of the amazing coast lines we are blessed with. If you’re passport is burning a hole in your pocket, then it is with good reason! There are tonnes of amazing locations for you to have your stag party abroad. Prague, for example, has a legendary club scene where you and the lads can tear it up. Group: You might have ten million friends and only really get on with your best mate and your cousin. Consider who you invite on your stag night. Ask yourself, what would you really enjoy? If it is hitting up the parents house for a barbecue with a group of the lads and watching the match - so be it! You might rethink inviting your wildest college friend, then again - he might be the very person you want to take inspiration from for this event! Activities: Take this as a good excuse to try something you have always want to try. This may or may not be Bubble Soccer, but we have a sneaking suspicion that it is. Arranging an off-the-wall activity like this is a great way to do something that isn’t drinking heavily - although their is likely to be pints after in many cases. So there you go! The recipe for the ultimate Summer stag. Enjoy this exciting time with your fellow brethren before heading down that aisle!

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The Benefits of having a Stag Party abroad

The Benefits of having a Stag Party abroad The benefits of having a Stag Party abroad are endless and obvious, let us just refresh your memory. Traveling: Looking slick in an airport is a thrill that many of us forget about until we are browsing the duty free, sporting our fanciest sunglasses and luggage. Taking off in a plane and people able to see entire countries from above, is another thing that we forget is majestic. Plus, airport pints on the Stag are class if we're being honest. Tan: Coming home slightly browned off is an accomplishment in itself. Everyone wants a bit of a healthy glow! The weather being better in places such as Portugal or Spain means that you won’t be sporting a farmers tan when you hit one of the Irish coasts for some surfing a few weeks later. Anonymity: Sometimes, just sometimes, it is better if your neighbours, cousins, plumber doesn’t see you embracing the Macarena like you invented it in a club at 3 o'clock in the morning. Getting a break from the tiny Island that is Ireland will give you a new lease of life! But then again, there is a lot of social media these days.. Memories: The pictures of you and your gang will be legendary. Whether you hike to scenic views or chill by the pool, you will all probably never look this good again - so get snapping! Traveling abroad is one of the most memorable things you can do in your lifetime so enjoy every minute of it. So, dig out that passport and squirt on the factor 40 and you are off on a Stag Party abroad!

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4 Stages Of Ordering a Pint on the Stag Night

4 Stages Of Ordering a Pint on the Stag Night Let's be honest lads, after the stag party activity the main thing on the weekend is giving your best mate a proper send off over pints. The anticipation for a stag weekend knowing you're going on one hell of a session with the lads is always an immense feeling. And when that first sip touch your lips you'll feel yourself settling in for a wild weekend to the sound of ahhhh...However, there is 4 Stages Of Ordering a Pint on the Stag Night that add to this simple pleasure. Getting the Barman's Attention There is a theatre almost when it comes to ordering a pint. You approach a busy bar. Jostle for space. Then you're trying to decide how do I grab his attention. Do I give a wave? The Head Nod? Stick my head under the tap because I'm gasping? (We do not recommend doing this as your night will end very early.) Ordering the pint You've got the barman's attention. Now it's time to order, but it's the Stag night and the bar is heaving, music pumping and a few women screaming because their tune came on. So, do you shout your order? Do the hand signal for a pint? Or do you mouth the words for 2 pints of Heineken and 3 Jagerbombs. All is depending on the size of the order and if the lads have spotted your prime position for getting a round in for the stag. If it's just the one, I go with the tried and tested pointing at the tap. Especially if it's loud. The Pouring of the Pint We all have our ways of pouring a pint so there is always a nervous wait as you see the barman pulling the pint. If it's beer you just want and to comeback with a little bit of head and not resembling something like they just poured Heineken into a glass of fairy liquid. Most of the time your sound with beer being poured in a bar. However, if you're a stout man like myself, there is nothing worse than watching a bad pour. It almost spoils the pint before it has even graced your lips. The glass tilted to 45 degrees and filled near to the top then allowed to settle. Give it time and then finish it off. It still haunts me watching someone pour a pint of stout straight to the top and then serve it to me on a stag party night. The First Sup It's the simple pleasures in life lads. But arguably one of the best is that first sup off a pint when you're gasping. You've just had a mad day of Paintball, Karting or Clay Pigeon Shooting, you've worked up a thirst and now it's time to get settled into a night on the beer. After all the waiting the barman hands your pint. You can't even wait to take it back to the table. You dive straight in and it's pure bliss and you know it's going to be one hell of a Stag Party night. So, there you have it lads. The 4 Stages Of Ordering a Pint on the Stag Night, we all do it differently but all get the same result and it's all about giving one of your mates one hell of a Stag weekend. Finally, if you're planning a Stag at the moment. Drop us a line on info@stagparty.ie or call 051-390383 now and we'll be sure to give you a helping hand lads.

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The Five People you will meet on St. Patrick’s Day

The Five People you will meet on St. Patrick's Day Oh, St. Patrick's day - you great, green ferocious beast. We have lived through many years of you and encountered you in every shape and form. From the college days of knocking back green shots, to the years we have abstained from your green glory largely due to the fear of what ensued the year previous - St. Patrick's Day, you are part of us and we are part of you. This list is of the five people you will meet on St. Patrick's Day, you may have been in their shoes once upon a time. The Pint Man They don’t go at it often but when they do they go at it awful and very hard. The pint man is out for one reason and one reason alone : to drink a very long and steady stream of pints at the bar. These men seem as if they actually eat roast dinners, ham sandwiches and pints for a living. Someone who had work the next day They will tell you. It will be the first thing they say to you. You will be told instantly. They have work in 5 hours. Can you believe it!? Yes, you can - because we have all been there! Maybe offer them a pint of water at some stage. They might pour it over their head instead of drinking it but sure, it’s Paddy's day after all. The guy who started way too early The excitement can be hard to contain for some lesser experience St. Patrick's day punters. They might have ‘Irished-up’ that morning coffee a little too much, in the spirit of things and gotten carried away. This person doesn’t last very long. They will be in a taxi home before the sun sets. The Tourist You might hear them screaming about their Irish Ancestry at the back of the bar, or hidden behind a large map walking up and down the street. Point them in the direction of a large bar full of other tourists so that they feel at home amongst the other selfie sticks and bum bags. The person wearing too much green How much green is too much on St. Patrick's day!? Some may say you can have to much and this is true to an extend. From cheeky slogans to glittery leprechauns, the awful Paddy’s day garb has is not without its charms. So whether you are a Patrick's Day veteran or a newb who has it all ahead of them, you are bound to bump into the five people you will meet on St. Patrick's Day journey. Which one will you be this year? Or are the events of last year still haunting you?! Brave the parade and get a pint in! St. Patrick's Day only happens once a year. Thinking of having a Stag night soon!? Check out these slightly more sophisticated ideas here! Finally, if you need any help planning your Stag Party weekend. Drop us a line today on info@stagparty.ie or call us on 051390383.

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Paddy’s Day Stag Party

Paddy's Day Stag Party Whether you are Irish through and through, living in Ireland for your whole life, sporting a serious farmers tan and have a penchant for chicken rolls - or just a big fan of Ireland and Irish culture, having a Paddy's Day Stag party has its obvious appeal. There’s a crazy festive atmosphere and a long weekend - the conditions are perfect for a Stag Party. But if ye're not the crowd who are into heading into a packed town and tunneling your way through the crowds, maybe check out these alternative Paddy's Day ideas. While they still have St. Patrick's Day vibes, they are a tad more refined.. At least for the start of the afternoon anyway! A tour of the Aran Islands is one way to see a hell of a lot of green this St. Patrick's day. This scenic landscape is head clearing and breathtaking. Clear out the cobwebs for the afternoon and then decide whether to hit the town. Any fans for Father Ted? Check out this amazing Father Ted tour. Make your own Eurovision entry by the lovely horse waterfall and pass many, many Father Ted quotes back and forth to one another. Or, depending on how much you identify with that farmers tan you sport - you may want to chance your arm at this amazing Culchie Craic experience! Milk a cow, chase a hen around a yard, fall on your backside in a pile of mud - all of the good things! This hilarious experience will be one that will be hard to be forgotten. What ever you end up doing, the craic will be in the air! St. Patrick's day is the perfect time to celebrate a stag party! Finally, if you're interested in booking your Stag Party or need any more information. Drop us a line today on info@stagparty.ie or call 051390383.

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Stag Party Costumes for 2019

Stag Party Costumes for 2019 I've always been a fan of going with costumes on a Stag Party weekend. Now I know some lads hate it but it does get everyone in the mood for a stag party weekend full of messing. So, I've put together some of my favourite dress up ideas and Stag Party Costumes for 2019. Party Animals What were your party animal days like? Are they ongoing or are memories hazy? The Party Animal costume theme is one to remember. Get each member of your stag party to wear a onesie that is themed like there favourite animal. Lions, tigers, bears - etc! This theme has loads of comedic effect. Whether you are planning a night out or a few rounds of laser tag, seeing your best man dressed as a monkey or a bunny will never get old. Wheres Wally Wheres Wally's outfit is iconic and instantly recognisable. Perfect for the stags who are on an adventure somewhere new. A gang of Wally’s on tour playing some high level hide and seek? Or trying to confuse a load of drunk people in a pub or club of which wally they were talking too. It's an easy costume to put together and if you think you'll have any hassle getting in anywhere, whip the glasses off and throw on a jacket. Super Heroes Whether the grooms super power is providing moral support through hangovers that have shaken the earth, downing a pint in 0.5 seconds or both - he will be all about owning up to his super hero status on his stag night. Put on those masks and capes, go out and save the day! Let your inner nerd out and dress as your favourite super hero, or stick to a basic capes and mask combo. Try racing around in a hover craft like the retro futuristic super heroes from the old comics! Finally lad, if you don't fancy the whole dressing up thing as a group. Just make the stag do it. It's his stag at the end of the day and everyone should know it's his last night of freedom and he should be dressed ridiculously. If you're interested in booking your Stag, drop us a line today on info@stagparty.ie or call 051390383 to get the ball rolling. We'll make sure you have a brilliant stag party weekend.

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