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How to Plan a Bachelorette Party

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Planning a bachelorette party comes with different responsibilities than a bachelor party or any other social gathering. The full extent of what goes into planning a bachelorette party is going to depend very much on the bride-to-be and what she wants to do with her special day.

There is some crucial behind-the-scenes work that needs to go into planning a bachelorette party, from the guest list to the date and time of the party. Is the whole family going to be invited? Will it be a one-day party, or will it last a weekend? These questions and more can serve as the basis for planning a bachelorette party.

Special Guest can help walk you through the process of planning for a bachelorette party. Using our three keys to a fabulous bachelorette party will satisfy the prospective bride and the rest of your guests. Check out Special Guest’s guide on what to do for a bachelorette party!

Craft the Perfect Guest List

The perfect guest list can be tough to compile, but reaching that level will make the bachelorette party a success. Consult with the bride to ensure you are on the same page as her regarding the people she wants at her bachelorette party. Do not assume that every woman invited to the wedding is also invited to the bachelorette party.

Crafting the perfect guest list can help you understand your budget better, and you can know how much you can spend on each guest’s experience. Additionally, you will be able to plan activities throughout the day to manage the number of people you are expecting. After all, a significant difference exists between making a reservation for eight people and a group of 30.

Pick the Ideal Time and Place

Finding the ideal time and place for a bachelorette party will take a little coordination after the guest list has been situated. Assuming that not everyone invited to the party lives in the same area, you will need to ensure that the setting for a bachelorette party is somewhat centrally located.

That being said, convenience for the bride is vital. It wouldn’t be much of a bachelorette party if the bride is working that, nor would the full effect be felt if she has to drive for hours to reach the main venue of the party. Try to balance convenience for everyone and comfort for the bride throughout the planning process.

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Do What the Bride Wants to Do

So, maybe don’t take this heading too literally. Don’t bend the knee to the bride-to-be in absolutely every case if her requests are impractical. However, do your best to craft a bachelorette party based on the bride’s interests and ask her for direct ideas on what she would like to do during her bachelorette party.

One thing you will want to avoid is signing the bride up for something she does not want to do. She may want to enjoy a spa day and a nice meal. If those are the bride’s expectations, reserving a slot at your local skydiving establishment may not be wise. Ask the bride what she wants to do and base the bachelorette party on that.

Bachelorette Parties are Easier When You Use Special Guest

Bachelorette parties are a great way to show a prospective bride how much her friends and family love and support her. Special Guest is committed to helping people create fantastic memories through our live entertainment options. If your bachelorette party needs a little added flair, consider checking out the full slate of what Special Guest is offering!


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