A bachelorette party is a fun tradition to mark the transition of Miss to Mrs. But what makes for an unforgettable celebration? Careful organization and seamless communication, of course! From determining a guest count to arranging for lodging and booking a wedding party bus, there’s a lot to do. Here, we break down 7 steps to plan a bachelorette party without a hitch.
#1 Make the Guest List
booking anything bachelorette-related like a hotel, wedding party bus, or activities, you’d need to know who all are invited to the party. The bride should get together with the organizer to set a guest list. Every decision is impacted by the attendees, so straighten that out first.
#2 Time It Right
The host of the bachelorette should work with the bride to narrow it down to four dates. The bride-to-be has a packed pre-wedding schedule and it’s best to ask her for the available dates. Next, ask the entire party, either personally or in a chat group, to zero in on a single date that works for all.
#3 Budget Thoughtfully
It’s thoughtful to reach out to everyone in the group and ask them if they’re okay with the budget. Not everyone can shell out the same amount of money. So, try to work on an estimate all are okay to spend.
#4 Make It About the Bride
You’ll want to curate a celebration the woman of the hour will love! Not all brides-to-be want to be welcomed by a scantily dressed stripper or want to devour a phallic-shaped cupcake. (If that’s her though, go ahead and do it all!) Maybe she wants to go on a winery tour or spend the day relaxing by the pool or do karaoke. Tailor the party or the weekend to her needs and preferences.
#5 Arrange for Activities
Plan some fun activities like spa, games, etc. around the town, but don’t overschedule. Leave some time for chatting over snacks, getting ready, having fun banter, and simply relaxing. Of course, our wedding party bus will be there to get you around the area without you having to worry about drinking & driving.
#6 Plan Meals & Drinks
A smart way to save on the meals & drinks on your bachelorette trip is to plan ahead of time! Many restaurants & bar owners have pre-made packages where a limited menu is offered for a set price that costs lower than à la carte. Have someone on the group in charge of researching such eateries & pubs in your bachelorette destination.
#7 Don’t Forget About Transportation
Depending on where you’re going and the number of people traveling, you will need a spacious yet safe wedding party bus. Because most of you would be drinking (a lot!) on the trip. Don’t leave booking wedding buses or wedding shuttle service until the last minute. You will get the best rates and preferred transportation if you book around a month in advance.
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