Give the bride a bachelorette party she’ll never forget! February 1, 2018 – Posted in: Bachelorette – Tags: Bachelorette Party, BFF, Party, Planning
The Perfect Bachelorette Party
How do you give the bride a bachelorette party she’ll never forget? The most important thing about a bachelorette party is neither the price nor the activities – but that the future bride gets a day planned according to what she likes.
People are different, and what makes a day fun and festive can be very individual, so start with original ideas that truly reflect her, the person who is at the center of it all. There is no right way to hold a bachelorette party. As long as it is planned according to the bride’s personality, it can be a day of everything the bride likes.
See also: The Big Bachelorette Party Quiz Show
Create a Bachelorette Party That the Bride will love
So what type is the bride? Is she a fun-loving woman, up for anything, or is she quiet and introverted? Does she love to dance, or does she want to enjoy some good music with a little cheese and wine? Is she into extreme sports or beer tasting – or both?
Start with what the future bride usually spends her weekends and vacations doing and explore if there might be a dream or two you can help her fulfill. Has she mentioned something she has always wanted to try but never dared or had the time or money for? Then that’s a good place to start!
Discuss Bachelorette Party Ideas with the Girls
The more you know about what will make the bride happy, the easier it is to plan a bachelorette party for her. Especially among close friends, you can discuss your wishes and expectations for a bachelorette party before the wedding really kicks off. For example, you can talk about what you think would be fun to do, and especially what you don’t want to do, who should come along, and who should organize it.
If you haven’t shared the topic before, notice if the bride herself starts making casual comments, like: “I read about someone who flew a trapeze at their bachelorette party – that sounds really fun!” or “Jane got dressed up at her bachelorette party – glad it wasn’t me!” It’s also likely that she directly prohibits different things, such as horseback riding, and you should definitely respect that.