Bachelorette Party Ideas: Event Planning Checklist
Bachelorette Party Planning Checklist
Check out this bachelorette party planning checklist,
Bridesmaids, get your calendars out! Follow this bachelorette party planning guide for a seamless bridal bash.
By Amy Elliott
Calling all bridesmaids! Whether you’re planning a mellow get-together or a lively night on the town, below is your go-to checklist to help you organize an unforgettable bachelorette party. Feel free to adjust the time frames and personalize the details according to your bachelorette party style.
Three (or More) Months Before
- Ask the bride what she wants—and wants to avoid—for her bachelorette party. Will it be cocktails, karaoke and scantily clad dancers? A quiet weekend getaway? A living room lingerie exchange? Pizza and pool at her favorite local sports bar? Get the scoop from the guest of honor and go from there.
- Establish her comfort levels. If she’s envisioning a calmer gathering, go over all of your options together, from junk food and chick flicks to a luxe spa day. If she can’t wait to break the rules a bit, get her to define exactly what that means. Remember, while you want her let loose, you don’t want to embarrass her or freak her out.
- Set the date. Some groups celebrate a few months prior to the wedding, while others opt for a weekend night about one to two weeks before. If members of the bridal party come from all over and can only convene a few days before, that timing works too. Much of it depends on the schedule and availability of the bridesmaids.
- Create the guest list.
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