When couples exchange their wedding vows, it usually means that it is time to get serious. They have to save up to buy that dream house or get a new room set up for the baby on the way. They have to become mature and responsible adults without time for games or goofy antics. The newlywed has to survive the real world. But this is an utterly gloomy depiction of how life will be after the wedding. In fact, couples should envision the opposite. They should see themselves still able to hang out with their friends and live their dreams. The groom, specifically, should show to his groomsmen how much they could still enjoy life together as friends. And a perfect way to prove this is after the wedding, the groom and his groomsmen do something adventurous (but safe, of course!).
One reliably secure but adventurous activity is bungee jumping. Although some may contest the safety of this sport, as long as the group is in the hands of an expert, then things should go well for everyone. With state of the art equipment and protective gear and materials all around, there is no reason to fret. Just get the assurance that all the participants do not have a medical condition that might put their health at risk. And make sure all those jumping have not ate for at least four hours, to prevent anyone from throwing up in the air. If all the requirements are checked and approved, then go ahead and take the breathing plunge!
Since bungee jumping is not for the faint-hearted, one can still opt to join exciting group games. This activity should not just be the usual mini-golf tournament or bowling competition. Find an alternative game that only a few have ever tried. For example, look for an artificial military or war camp where the members are allowed to shoot paintballs at each other. Surely there's a location or sporting area that offers this. The place should be complete with camouflage norms and safety gear, as well as working guns and machinery and a wide area for running and hiding. A leisure time like this will surely bring out the boy with soldier dreams out in the open!
If finding the perfect alternative routine is proving to be impossible, then resort to the foolproof boys' fun. Go fishing in the lake with the great view, go rock-climbing or play pool in the house with some beer on the side. Effort to have an adventurous groomsmen getaway is great enough, but it all boils down to having the presence of the ones closest to the groom. So as long as everyone's complete and cheery, then fun will make itself known all too soon.