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Bachelorette Party FAQ

Q. Who is invited?
A. Well, you should invite the wedding party (whether just the boys, just the girls or both); the bride or groom’s close friends and family.

Q. Who pays?

A. It is common for guests to pay their own way at bachelor/bachelorette parties, so don’t feel bad about not footing the entire bill. On the other hand, you may want to provide some fun "extras" like hats and t-shirts that say, "BACHELORETTE PARTY", glow jewelry to pass out at one of the nightclubs (always fun), and single use cameras for everyone to have to record the best moments of the trip.

Q. Can this be done economically?

A. It isn’t as hard as you think. There are companies that will plan everything for you and most likely will be able to work within your budget.

Q. What should be done for an invitation?

A. A caricature of the honoree that depicts interests, hobbies and idiosyncrasies and includes party information right on the caricature: time, date, place, phone number for RSVP is a great idea.

Q. Once we’re there, what should definitely be included?

A. For sure, there should be one night or special event where you "roast" the bride or groom. Can’t let them get off that easy! You may also want to provide a progressive party where you go from club to club starting with the Male Encounter Show, and at each stop the bachelor or bachelorette has to don yet another funky piece of wedding wear. If you do it right, by the end of the evening, they will be so embarrassed—they won’t chance getting a divorce for fear they may have to do this again!

Have fun…and check out our Bachelorette Party Store for other great ideas!