Are you a blushing bride to be or a maid of honor who has been charged with the incredibly important task of organizing a bachelorette party? Whether you’re planning your own celebration or you’re taking on the challenge for a friend or family member, you’ve come to the right place! Here are some top tips to help you throw the best bachelorette party ever!

 

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Creating a guest list

This is the best place to start, as it will give you an indication of numbers. The size of the party may affect the budget and the location, so it’s best to get a rough idea of who is invited first. If you’re planning a party for your best friend or your sister, ask them to provide a list, rather than trying to guess, as you may miss people out or invite people the bride didn’t intend to include. Once you’ve got a list of names and numbers, you can set up a social media group or event or send out some save the date cards. It’s wise to ask people to give you a ‘yes’ or a ‘no’ by a certain date so that you can start planning.

 

Choosing a location

These days, anything goes when it comes to locations and destinations. Parties range from a low-key meal at a local restaurant to all-out luxury vacations and foreign city breaks. It’s a good idea to gauge the kind of event the bride is expecting and to liaise with the guests before you make a decision. Ask people how much they’d be willing to spend, and float a few ideas around and see what kind of reaction you get. It’s a good idea to do some sums and give the bridal tribe an estimate. If you’re going to London for a few days, for example, look at flights and the cost of splitting accommodation between the group. Once you know how many people are interested and you’ve got a budget in mind, consider the kinds of activities your friend or relative would like to do. If they love shopping, drinking cocktails and partying in clubs and bars, a city break would be ideal. If they’d rather spend their time at the beach, riding horses or kayaking in the sea, a beach vacation would be a better bet. If you need some inspiration, here are some of the most popular bachelorette destinations https://www.theknot.com/content/bachelorette-party-city-guide.

 

Designing your itinerary

You’ve got a guest list and a location. Now, it’s time to plan the itinerary. Include activities and excursions that you know the bride would love, and then make the weekend extra special by planning a few little surprises and adding a personal touch. Greet the bride at the airport in a party bus like those available at https://www.bergenlimo.com/fleet/ny-party-bus-rental/, design some custom party bags for the group and reserve a VIP area in restaurants or clubs. Ask everyone to send in a song that reminds them of the bride and create a bespoke playlist and make a scrapbook full of photos from years gone by. Leave a few pages in the back, so that the bride to be can add some snaps from the bachelorette party.

 

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If you’re throwing a bachelorette party, take these tips on board to plan a night or a weekend to remember!

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19 comments on “Plan Like A Pro: Throwing The Best Bachelorette Party In History”

  1. Planning ahead is the key to pulling off a successful party and I love all of your tips. Hosting a fab party for the bride-to-be creates memories that last forever.

  2. There is a lot of great tips here! I have never been much of a party planner but it looks like it’s not that hard to do as long as you do it step-by-step. My sister-in-law is a party planner and I love how creative she can be.

  3. I have to admit I wouldn’t know where to start when it comes to planning a hen do1 These are some great ideas and tips though, definitely a must for anyone who is throwing the pre-wedding party.

  4. Great tips. Having a party bus was key for me. We wanted to make sure everyone got to our destinations safely as we went to a couple of different spots. OMG, that was over 20 years ago and still one of my fave wedding memories.

  5. i have always wanted to be a fly on he wall at a bachelorette. if they are anything like ours… alas, with any party, great planning and a solid gathering spot are key

  6. Pictures before are key – during – maybe not so much! Matters on what kind of party it will be. Mine was super fun at we went to a hibatchi place then did a panty game

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