Stag Do Outfits - Dress Your Stag Up!

Dolly likes to be dressed up and funny enough so does the stag on his stag weekend, SO, make sure he stands out like a fart in a lift with one or more of these fantastic ideas...

Stag Do Favourite - The Bride (Wedding Dress)

Dressing up your best mate as a woman may have been in one of your sick and perverted dreams however, now you have a chance to really stitching him up by sticking a wedding dress on him. Just take a trip to the local charity shop, pick one in his size and you're good as golden.

Morph Suit

If you are unsure what a Morph suit is or what it looks like, it's basically one piece of Spandex shaped like a human which fits your whole body including your head, like a glove.

These days Morph Suits aren't just one colour, they have other designs including dinner suits, super heroes (such as Spiderman or Deadpool), Sumos etc.


I am so sorry to all stags to actually even put this in my list of ideas however, The Mankini makes the stag look an absolute stunner/…

Stag Do Ideas For November

So you have the task of organising a stag do, you've got the crew together and set the date however it's November!

What the hell can I do in November?

It's cold in Spain and on the continent, I also need to keep the cost down due to the date being close proximity to Christmas, so what the hell am I to do?

OK, OK, calm down, this isn't the end of the world, on the contrary this is an incredible time to celebrate a stag do, in fact it's like a sneaky weekend away with your mates before the years out.

If you're looking to keep the price down, keep it British, there are loads of cities with fantastic nightlife and brilliant activities on offer and you could get a bargain in the mix.

Activities I always recommend for November are either indoor, extremely muddy or beer / cider / whisky tasting.

Below are UK stag destinations perfect for a stag do in November, I have included from prices from the DesignaVenture website just to give you an idea.


For example we…

Stag Do Destination Guide: Amsterdam

Pure Unadulterated Amsterdam Facts
Average Temp: June: 19c | July: 21c | August: 21cRainfall: 771mm per yearLocation: 52.47, 4.89Above Sea Level: 13 metres above sea levelPopulation: 741,000 In the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s if you were lucky, going on a stag weekend abroad would mean Amsterdam, and you wouldn't fly, no way, you'd get the ferry and then coach it into the city of 'stag do indulgence', better known as Amsterdam.

These days, we have a multiple of stag do destinations on offer abroad from Riga to Magaluf, Las Vegas to Budapest, there is a city to for every taste, the world is absolutely your "oyster".

However, Amsterdam hasn't lost it's charm, you can still go and eat a space cake or smoke a doobie if you choose, there is still a red light district to explore, you can still hire a bike and go on an epic bike / bar tour along the canals or even get a private narrow boat with skipper and bar tour that way.

Amsterdam still has an incredible back …

Hot Weather Essentials For Your Stag Weekend

Currently the weather is barmy, the UK hasn't been this hot, well not since the famous summer of 1976, and don't they go on about the hot summer of '76', not any more people, what about the scorching summer of 2018?
So while you are on your stag weekend you will be putting in loads of effort to dehydrate yourself, that's right even though you are drinking bucket loads of beer you are actually dehydrating yourself.
Drinking 200ml of an average beer or lager (which is usually  4 - 5 percent), you will urinate 320ml of urine, so you are 120ml the wrong way!
My first recommendation is to DRINK LOADS OF WATER; between pints, after a night on the town, before you go out, on the way to your stag weekend destination, drink as much as you can.
Drinking loads of water will also give you less of a hangover, FACT!
Give Me Shades

You need to protect your eyes people and there's no better way then to look extremely cool in a pair of sunglasses.
Why do I need to wear sunglasse…

World Cup Inspired Stag Do Activities

The world cup final is nearly here, England are in the Semis and hopefully tomorrow they will beat Croatia and book themselves into the final - I haven't felt this nervous about a semi since the last time I watched Brokeback Mountain!

With a record beating 20+ million people watching the last couple of England World Cup matches, football is well and truly in the blood of us Brits.

So below I have put together some obvious and not so obvious stag activities inspired by the World Cup:

5 A side
Obviously right? Well a lot of stag parties choose to book 5 a side football because not only is it very cheap but also a great winner with the average size of a stag group (average size of a stag group is 12 people) so 6 a side then!

There are loads of indoor and outdoor football astro turf pitches all over the UK, so where ever you choose to have your stag do I am pretty sure there will be one nearby.

Bubble Football
This is deranged 5 a side football where fouling is part of the game (so the…

The Importance Of Your Stag Weekend

A short 20 year history of stag weekends

In the late 1990's and early 00's, finding a hotel that would except a single sex party (stag do) was fairly difficult, quite a few establishments would put a blanket ban to all male parties and stag groups.

These days, hotels and nightclubs are tripping over themselves to except stag parties, as they know, these type of parties increase their bar and restaurant takings (otherwise known as F&B) and they know that only a very small amount of groups misbehave.

There has always been bad press around the humble stag do. The "Press" heavily smear the humble stag party with damning and exaggerated stories, remember tabloids love to feed off negativity as that's what sells their advertising space, they don't care how much income these groups bring into towns and cities every weekend.

The current go-to article that the tabloids love to release, are from the reporters who hate going on stag weekends because they find them d…

Stag Do Destination Guide: Reading

Pure Unadulterated Reading Facts

Average Temp: June: 20c | July: 22c | August: 22cRainfall: 635mm per yearLocation: 51.441, -0.938 (stick that in Google maps)Above Sea Level: 62 metres
What's Reading like for a stag do then?

Reading is more than just a festival...

Reading doesn't need to compete with the huge stag do destinations, that's not her style (yes that's right, I just referred to Reading as a 'her'!), so why do stag parties come to Reading, what's the appeal?

Reading is extremely close to London, Southeast, M4 and South West so is extremely easy to get to from almost anywhere in the Midlands, South of England and South Wales.

Reading also has some spectacular activities (see below), and nightlife which is just right for the adventurous stag party, see below...

Reading is also an old University town so if your stag has been to Reading Uni and he wants to go back with his mates, there's no better time than on his stag do.

Stag Do Activities Reading …