Take some time before the bachelorette party to really plan the night (or day) out. Think about what kinds of decorations, food, drinks, and so on you might have to buy. You'll also want to figure out transportation, and decide if you want to opt for those cheesy shirts like these ones that tell the rest of the world that you’re with the bride-to-be. If you’re willing to plan these things out early, not only will the party run smoothly, but you’ll also avoid overspending.
Set The Date
Keep It Classy
You’ve got to keep in mind that the bachelorette party should be FUN. Whether that means wine and board games, scavenger hunts, clubbing, or going on an extravagant trip, the end goal should be for everyone to celebrate before their loved one says “I do.” I personally loved the scavenger hunt my sister-in-law planned for us, but since I can't find that list here is another cute example! Just be careful not to spend too much cash, or drink too much. Oh, and don’t do anything illegal. Getting bailed out of jail isn’t an ideal wedding gift.
Invite The Inner Circle
Make It Special
Speaking of special, at the end of the day the bachelorette party wouldn’t be possible without the bride-to-be. So if you can, try to plan something a little extra special to celebrate the upcoming marriage. Whether that mean making a gift like this, horribly singing a karaoke tribute song after a few drinks, or even a simple toast, make sure to take a moment to congratulate your lucky friend and show how much they mean to you.