Even a prince needs a bachelor party.  But who will help plan the celebration for Prince William’s last night of freedom before he weds Kate Middleton on April 29?  People reports that Guy Pelly, 29, a friend of Princes William and Harry for nearly two decades, will take on the daunting task.  And Pelly, who recently opened the London nightclub Public, is the perfect man for the job, according to royal expert Katie Nicholl.  “Guy is very much the life of the party, but he is also fiercely loyal and protective of the princes,” Nicholl told the New York Times.  “There is a lot of history there.”  For now, Pelly is keeping details about the party secret, although there are rumors that the bash could be in South Africa, where Pelly and the princes have raced motorcycles together.

What are some “out of the box” ideas for a bachelor or bachelorette party?

Cupid’s Advice:

A bachelor or bachelorette party doesn’t always have to consist of exotic dancers and lots of booze.  Cupid has some unique ideas on how to celebrate the last night of being single:

1. On the road: Pile the bride or groom and a couple of close friends into a car and go wherever the road takes you.  Or, surprise them by driving back to their hometown and reminiscing.

2. Try an adventure: Some might opt for something more physical, like adventure bachelor/bachelorette parties.  After a whitewater rafting or mountain-climbing excursions, getting married will be a piece of cake.

3. For women only: Chances are the bride-to-be is stressed out from planning the most important day of her life.  So why not let her relax with a spa party for her and her bridesmaids?  It’ll help her look fresh for the wedding, too.