3 Must-Haves For Planning Your Best Friend's Bachelorette Party

Posted on: 14 March 2016

You and your best friend may have spent a large portion of your childhood dreaming of your future weddings. If your best friend is joining the ranks of 2.3 million couples who will wed this year, planning the Bachelorette party should be one of your priorities. Of course, planning a fun, memorable, and personalized Bachelorette party can be challenging due to the various venues, themes, and different guests that will be in attendance. Using this guide, you can reduce the stress of planning your best friend's bachelorette party.

Location

Choosing the location will be your most important decision when planning the party. Fortunately, attending a strip club is not a must-have for bachelorette parties. Unless your best friend insists on strippers for this occasion, consider a location that will appeal to everyone in attendance:

  • Restaurant – Utilizing a restaurant for the bachelorette party is smart, since you can avoid the stress of hiring a caterer. In addition, most restaurants offer ample space for hosting private parties.
  • Nightclub – If your best friend wants to listen to music and dance the night away, book a local nightclub. Favorite music and drinks will ensure your best friend has a memorable night.
  • Travel Destination – If financially feasible, consider planning a weekend getaway as your best friend's bachelorette party. Heading to the beach, casinos, a wine-tasting tour, or even a weekend away "glamping" are all excellent options. Make sure to choose a destination centered on your best friend's likes and personality.

Clothing and Accessories

Every bachelorette party should be fashionable and fun. Since your best friend will be dressing in formal attire at the actual wedding day, opting for fun and comfortable clothing and accessories for the bachelorette party is smart. Skip the adult-themed toys and clothing, but opt for fun items that tell everyone around what you are celebrating.

To get started, purchase clothing, gear, and accessories solely for your best friend to wear. A white dress, blouse, or t-shirt that is labeled with "Bride" is essential for your best friend. Feather boas, sparkly tiaras, angel halos, or even devil horns are also fun additions to the night.

Transportation

Whether out at a local restaurant or away for the entire weekend, you will want to provide safe transportation for your best friend and other party guests. After choosing the bachelorette party's location, choose a method of transportation.

Hire a private driver to pick up guests from their home or airport before bringing to the actual party location. Large sport utility vehicles, limousines, or party buses offer sufficient seating for the entire guest list.

Hiring private transportation reduces the stress of getting guests to the party location in a timely manner while keeping everyone safe after a late night out.

Using this guide on must-haves for the planning process,  your best friend's bachelorette party will be fun, memorable, and personable. Contact local event venues, like Muzik Clubs, to get started.

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