Wehn making your guest list for the bachelorette party, you should focus on memories or meaning rather than going big. What is going to make this party memorable(in a good way) for the Bride? Should you invite EVERYONE she knows or just a few close friends. Mom? Grandma? Super gossip Aunt Sally? The most common size we see for bachelorette parties is 8 to 12 people. Beyond 12 it becomes more difficult to manage, to plan, and make decisions. Larger parties can be fun but make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons.
Welcome to Part 2 of our Tips for Planning Your Bachelorette Party.
- Decide if you want the bachelorette party to have a theme, think about what costumes, props and accessories you might need. For example a burlesque theme.
- Keep in touch with the people invited on your event page, this helps if you need to arrange meeting times and places and any modes of transport.
- Your event page will send out reminders for guests to pay, what to bring. You don’t want Auntie Carol showing up to a spa day without her swimsuit.
- Not everyone will know each other so the event page will help get you and the other guests get acquainted before the event
- Booking an event with FireFly will give you piece of mind when booking an event, we’ve found only the best vendors for your event. You don’t want to look like a let down before you have even gotten to the wedding day and your maid of honor duties
- You will feel more at ease knowing that all the groundwork has been covered, remember we are the experts and it isn’t our first time!!
- You will feel comfortable knowing that the brides future in-laws are comfortable as well.
- Plan to have a good time and you will.
Good luck with planning the bachelorette party! If you’re in Orange County, Los Angeles, or San Diego check out our party packages -> http://www.fireflygroupevents.com
Build in some Quality Time with the Bride
Choose something unique for your bachelorette party. Remember this is a one off event, a chance for you and your friends and family to spend quality time together. Cherish those relationships and use your time together wisely. Don’t waste it by only going out for dinner then getting drunk and end up not remembering the fabulous event – there is more to life, SO LIVE IT!
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Being the Maid-of-Honor is a huge responsibility for anyone. Not only do you help the bride plan her Big Day, you have to make ALL the decisions for the bachelorette party. How do you do that while trying to please the Bride and all of her special friends or bridesmaids?! We’ll try and help you avoid a Real Houswives worthy clash.
First, make sure you plan a party that suits her expectations without ruining the surprise. A great tool to us is to give the bride a mini questionnaire asking her likes and dis-likes. Continue reading →
Honestly, I never wanted the screaming drunk mayhem that gets associated with bachelorette parties. I want it to be fun, adventurous, and different. I know I’m not alone out there so I am putting ideas up for those brides who want something to remember. I looked at our bachelorette party packages and picked some ideas that I think are off the beaten track. Send this list to your Maid of Honor and see what kind of memories you can make.
Heavy Equipment Theme Park – Denver, Colorado
Move over boys it’s time for some the women to play with big toys in the dirt! Have you ever thought it would be cool to operate an excavator, bulldozer or skid steer? Then now is your opportunity to play in the dirt. On your digging adventure you can doze and excavate dams and ponds. Move and remove sand, gravel, rock, and other materials from your own individual work area. Continue reading →
Planning ahead of Time
Plan your bachelorette event two to three months time prior to the big night or weekend – this will give you and those invited to get prepared, save up money, and you’ll insure that your going to get the reservations you want.