8 Tips for Planning the Perfect Bachelorette Party ...


Who doesnโ€™t love a bachelorette party, or a hen party as it is known in the UK and Australia.

The bachelorette party is a real chance for a bride, her bridesmaids, her BFFs, and female family members, to let their hair down before the wedding.

Unlike a wedding shower which is an altogether more staid affair, a bachelorette party can be a lot of fun, a bit raucous and even rather saucy โ€“ the last chance to be a riot before the bride to be begins her wedding journey.

Anyone can arrange a great bachelorette event.

Here are 8 Tips for planning the perfect Bachelorette Party.

1. Keep It a Secret

The best part of a successful bachelorette party is the element of surprise.

Most likely the bride will be looking out for something and dropping hints, if not interrogating bridesmaids, but donโ€™t bend under pressure.

It will be worth it in the end, when the bride arrives at her weekly yoga class and gets whipped away for a few hours of festivities.

2. Who to Invite

This can be quite a tricky one, especially if there are a lot of people on the guest list, and if the bride has any close male friends, who have to be discouraged and politely told they are not invited.

Try and scale down the invites to just close friends, siblings, family members and the bridesmaids.

If the bride has not seen a friend on the list for more than a year, it is okay not to invite them.

3. The Venue

Choosing a place to host the best bachelorette party can be an exciting one, however, a public place might completely terrify the bride, especially if you plan to dress her up and put whipped cream in her hair.

It may be an idea to start at a restaurant with a few girls and then head home afterwards to avoid public humiliation.

Or you could skip the restaurant or a club altogether and head out to the country side for a fun girls weekend away.

Itโ€™s very trendy to jet off to an exciting city location.

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