If you’re a maid of honor and it’s up to you to organize the bachelorette party, you want to make it as memorable as possible. It’s a big job that calls for some serious attention. And while details like the guest list and the date may seem like really simple things to deal with, sometimes it just doesn’t turn out that way. And that’s before you even start figuring out how to plan an unforgettable bachelorette party everyone will enjoy!
ONline sites can help you learn more about creative bachelorette party ideas. You can find all sorts of ideas that will really spark your imagination. Just keep in mind though, in order to make the event really special, you need to pay attention to the details.
Details aren’t boring
I know what you are thinking – dealing with the details is boring! Well if your whole idea of arranging a bachelorette party is “let’s just wing it and see what happens”, then I encourage you to go back to the drawing board. As many of us know, nights that start with, “here’s a bar, we’ll just have a few here then move on to the place”, rarely end well. Most of the time it ends up with just a couple of you remaining along with some random stranger at the end of the night – and you haven’t a clue where anyone else is.
It’s far better to choose an activity and venue where everyone can join in, and spend the whole night there. If you really have to go from bar to bar then at least plan a route and timescales, or even better book an organized tour.
There are a few other details you need to think about, as well, such as:
- Don’t leave it to chance; make sure you have transport arranged to get home.
- Make sure there is an emergency money fund available just in case.
- Never leave anyone who is intoxicated in charge of money.
- If you’re in public bars or clubs, don’t leave your drinks unattended, and stay in groups of at least two.
Branding brings the party spirit
Nothing creates a party spirit quite like branding. Get your imagination in gear and get some original t-shirts printed. Consider who is going to be at the party and judge the logo or slogan accordingly. Also make sure that everyone is going to be comfortable wearing the t-shirt. It has to be a full group thing, or it just doesn’t have the same effect.
Does someone have a pool?
Pool parties may not be totally original but they are lots of fun! Who doesn’t love making a splash or lazing in the sun?! If someone has a pool and they’re willing to donate for a few hours, then it seems a waste not to make the most of the opportunity. You could even add a theme like Hawaiian luau or Beach Ball party – you see where I’m going with this.
Just remember that in order to have the best bachelorette party you possibly can it’s always best to sit down and plan. Trust me, it’s well worth it when the event is a huge success!