How-To Bachelorette Party

by Lynn Lilly, Feb 07 2015

The key to planning a successful bachelorette party is to PLAN! Don't wing it or don't hope everything will just work out! Planning will make the weekend fun and stress free for everyone! I just got back from a bachelorette party that myself and the brides sister spent a lot of time planning and it paid off! 

Three Key Tips:
  • Divide and conquer: Assign a bridesmaid to each of the following: Dining, nightlife, favors, attire (bride's accessories and bridesmaid t-shirts/attire)
  • Keep a spreadsheet (google doc) that details who is assigned to what task(s), how much each item/activity costs and who paid
  • Remember the weekend/night is all about the bride and you should focus all planning around the things she loves
Ideas to Make the Party A Huge Hit:
  • Design and print custom t-shirts with a fun quote/phrase that reminds you of the bride. Personalize it with her name, date of the bachelorette party and location. These are great for weekend trips. You can plan an activity around wearing them (beach day, shopping, spa day, etc)
  • Design a cute schedule, print copies for the bride and bridesmaids
  • Call ahead to all nightlife and restaurant locations and ask about bachelorette party specials
  • Plan a blow out party at a blow dry bar before a night on the town. Not only will the bride feel like a million bucks but so will the bridesmaids
  • Book pole dancing classes for everyone (this mixed with cocktails is so much fun)
  • Get the ingredients to make the bride's favorite cocktails before going out
  • Make sure everyone has a fun accessory to wear one night (ring pops, beads, boas, crowns, tutus)
  • Create survival kits for the bride and bridesmaids: Cute packaging with advil, tissues, make up wipe, gum, tums, water, bandaids, vitamin B-12, chapstick (get personalized packaging), etc. 
xoxo- LL

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