Bachelorette Party Planning in 3 Easy Steps!
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If youíve been asked to organize or host a Bachelorette party, your first reaction could well be that of panic. If you're afraid that you may not be up for the challenge, relax! Itís actually quite easy if you follow the three simple planning guidelines and suggestions weíve put together below.
The first step in planning a Bachelorette party is to put together a guest list.
Bachelorette party guests should consist of the bridal party Bridesmaids and Maid of Honor, as well as friends that the Bride will be inviting to the wedding. If the wedding will be small, then you can invite more friends to the Bachelorette party, but be sure to let them know in advance about the limited guest list for the wedding and that their invitation is for the Bachelorette party only.
Ask for assistance from the Brideís mother and other friends on the guest list if you need names and addresses, or donít know who to invite.
The second step in planning a fun and memorable Bachelorette party is to decide what kind of party you should organize. For this, youíll need to have a good idea about the brideís personality and preferences as well as an idea of approximately how many guests will be attending.
Here are some of the questions you may need to ask yourself about the Bride and the party venue:
Which of the following would she enjoy the most?
1. A relaxing evening at home
2. The spa
3. A weekend getaway
4. Gambling at a casino
Will transporation be required? If so, will you need to book a limo or arrange for travel by plane?
Is the Bride conservative? Will she enjoy male dancers or male member shaped party favors?
What type of games will she enjoy?
Once you have answers to these questions, you can choose the theme and the date for the activities.
Fun and creative ideas for a party can be anything from a gathering of a small group of friends for a Las Vegas weekend, a wine tasting getaway, or a home spa party. Guest budgets and ages should also have some impact on the final decision on the type of party you will be organizing.
The third step. Once youíve decided on the date and theme of the Bachelorette party, then itís time to send out the invitations. You can choose from a huge selection of fun and stylish Bachelorette party invitations available to order online, or even send out by email if you have guest addresses available.
If the party is very large, you can ask the Bridesmaids to help with sending out invitations, but RSVPís should come back to you. If you need to collect money for the party, make sure to do this in advance. Every detail should be spelled out for the guests, including what is covered in the costs (for example, food, drinks, tips, accommodations, transportation, etc).
If itís a weekend getaway, let the guests know what type of clothing they should bring. Be sure to provide everyone with the exact location and time they will be meeting for the party. Guests appreciate receiving as much information as possible and with plenty of time before the event, so they can arrange their schedules to attend.
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Whether the Bachelorette party is a wild event or relaxing one, the main objective is to have a great time! Follow these party planning tips and youíll be sure to organize a Bachelorette party that everyone will enjoy.