The main thing to remember is that keeping a bachelor party quiet starts long before the bachelor party starts. It starts with the guest list, it starts with where you go and it starts with putting the ground rules out there before you even leave for the trip.
If you have a big mouth in your group – or a guy that is wayyyy too close to the bachelor’s fiancé then you probably shouldn’t bring him along if it’s going to get crazy. Just make sure to schedule it somewhere he won’t be able to go or a date he can’t make.
If you want to keep things quiet for your bachelor party – don’t do it in your neighborhood bar where the bride’s family hangs out. Go out of town – way out of town where and when you’re sure you won’t run into anyone.
Before you leave on the trip make sure to put some lines in your emails about the party and how you can’t wait to party it up with a group and include those cheesy lines – remember what happens at the bachelor party stays at the bachelor party. Make a sort of joke out of it if you don’t want to address it directly, but just make sure it’s been said.
Finally – if you really want to make sure that what happens in Atlantic City stays in AC make sure you create a really good story about what happened. We include an example in our Bachelor Party iPhone app, but feel free to come up with anything. Just make sure everyone’s story is the same before you leave and put on your best acting face when you get home and tell people. Only the guys from the party (and that donkey the bachelor violated) will ever know what really happened.
Mike – Atlantic City Bachelor Party