Bachelorette Party Planning Blues – Guide To Make The Right Plans
If you have just been entrusted with the task of planning your friend’s bachelorette party, I can understand your high blood pressure. The event will be one of the most important nights of your friend’s life, second to only her wedding day. You do not want to let her down which means that the burden of responsibility on your shoulders s way too high. And so is the amount of work that has been cut out for you.
Planning a unique bachelorette party has so many different elements to it and every single one of them has the potential to backfire badly. Play it too safe and the party is boring, go too high on the adventure and the guest of honour might just not like it. Taking the right decisions is hard!
So here is a guide to help you manage all the painful pangs of planning a unique bachelorette party for your friend. Follow these steps and your decisions will move in just the right direction to make the event a night to remember for everyone involved.
Get your guest list ready first of all! Think about all the fun friends that the bride would like to invite to the party. The wedding guest list can be a great place to start looking as it represents all the close friends and acquaintances of both the bride and the groom. Of course, don’t forget the bridesmaids. But if you think the bride would only like her closest friends present, keep the whole affair private. Remember, it is her wishes that matter here.
Once you have a rough idea of the number and type of people attending the bachelorette party, you should next look into the activities for the party. Here are some questions you should think about to plan things right.
· How conservative is the bride?
· Will she like male dance performers at the party?
· Does a limo ride seem like something she would appreciate?
· How kinky do you think the party can be, based on the bride’s preferences and the sensibilities of the party guests?
· How much time can the bride take out for the party as in will she be willing to take the whole weekend off?
· Does spa time sound like something she would cherish?
· Casino time is another option. Will the bride enjoy that?
· Does a girls’ night out in the city sound right or would the bride prefer a trip to an exotic location?
Get answers to these questions and you will have a clear plan of action laid out in front of you for the party.
If you have any doubts still, you can run your unique bachelorette party ideas by some close friends of the bride to be sure you are moving in the right direction.
All that is left now is execution. Send out invites, make venue bookings, and manage flight tickets and other tasks to actually put your plan into action.
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About The Author
Carrie Jones is a party planner and an expert when it comes to organising and throwing extravagant bachelorette parties and getaways. Her articles are a great inspiration for anyone looking for some innovative bachelorette party ideas and planning tips.
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