Bachelorette Party Planning Tips

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Bachelorette Planning

Making sure that grannies, mums, best friends, pals and colleagues are all in the right place at the right time and – most importantly – having a good time is a huge task and one that typically rests on the shoulders of the chief bridesmaid.

Event organiser Megan Holwill, director of Ten Events Ltd, has organised dozens of hen parties professionally and – having had the honour of being a bridesmaid six times and tasked with organising those hen parties – is the person to ask on how to make it an event to remember, for all the right reasons…

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Bachelorette Party Ideas Ebook – Review 3

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“Great Bachelorette Party Ideas” is one of the best sources of ideas when it comes to planning awesome bachelorette parties for people you care about.

It has everything that you are looking for, from the important party details like the planning basics and the theme, down to the fun things like the games and party refreshments.

Brides-to-be will definitely enjoy the ideas that are on this book. It will make their bachelorette party one of the best days of their life, and they will never forget how awesome it went.

Bachelorette parties are very difficult to plan, but with this book, you will know that your party will leave you with great memories that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

This guide will help you with even the smallest details you would never think of including in your party planning. It sure is going to be awesome!

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Low Budget Bachelorette Party

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Your bestie is tying the knot and you’re in charge of planning how to spend her numbered days as a free woman. The girls can’t quite swing the most lux bachelorette party, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still live the Vegas Bachelorette dream!

The quick and dirty version of how to live like queens in Vegas while taking it easy on the wallet: give yourselves some time to enjoy those complimentary amenities (so. worth. it.), become BFFs with your hotel concierge, and book things in advance. The rest is here:

To get that beauty sleep  For the best value, the Palms wins. From standard rooms to super extravagant suites, the Palms has what those with all types of budgets want. From rates starting at $55 and a complimentary shuttle to and from The Forum Shops it makes staying just off-Strip totally worth it.


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Bachelorette Party Ideas Ebook – Review 2

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I purchased this book to see what typically occurs on a bachelorette party knowing what guys typically do with bachelor parties. My daughter may be tying the knot soon and that also spiked my curiosity….Well there were some really good ideas in this book and I love the way Roxy wrote it. She seems to have the experience in planning these parties..Job well done!

The next I need it, I will have all the bachlorette party ideas I need. This book covers all the bases! From themes, to personality types, to gifts and games, it’s all there. Good party book!

I loved the creative ideas and the list of fun games to play. There is so much variety in the kinds of things you can do that I would have never thought of them.

Great guide to have on hand and lots of fun ideas to make the party memorable!

Tons of Ideas that suit different personality types and great tips to ensure that the party will be successful. There will be no need to search anywhere else for ideas after reading this book.

There are some great ideas in this book to throw a really special bachelorette party. I like the way it goes into the different personality types and what sort of party would suit each type.

Bachelorette Party Ideas Ebook – Review 1

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These ideas will make your Bachelorette party memorable. Ideas to fit every budget and personality. Tips to keep you focused and not frazzled and keep the party fun. Planning ideas and checklists, games,and more. There’s so much that goes into planning a wedding and so many people involved. This book will take the stress out of a big part of your wedding week. Get it for your bridesmaids and they will plan an unforgettable party for you…

Well my best friend was 43 and getting ready to tie the knot for the third time. What do you do for a 43 year old that’s fun and yet different? And didn’t want to just go to a bar somewhere. Not that I’m against drinking, trust me I’m not, but I wanted to do something unique for June and yet fun for everyone else too. We ended up doing the Grown Up Sleepover idea and we had a blast! It was fun, unique and everyone thought it was my idea, lol.

Not only does this book have great ideas for games to play and where to host the bachelorette party, but it is well organized. I would definitely recommend this book for anybody planning a bachelorette party. Good read.

There are some nice party ideas in here that really are clever. There are a few tried and true that everyone recognizes, but the new ideas I haven’t seen before made me laugh. Dress up. Dress down. Stay home or go out, but stay safe and HAVE FUN!

Bachelorette Party Ideas has some great ideas for saying farewell and good luck to a friend who is about to be married. The author describes different types of celebrations that reflect the personality of the bride-to-be. Creative suggestions for your good friend or relative who is starting a new phase of her life.

I recommend it strongly.

Who Pays for Bachelorette Party?

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WEDDING.THEKNOT.COM — Q. At a bachelor party, the best man typically charges per head for drinks and entertainment. Is it proper etiquette to charge per head at a bachelorette party, or should the maid of honor foot the bill? A. Unlike a shower, where the hostess pays for the party (that may mean the maid of honor…
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Cheap Bachelorette Party Destinations

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Low-Budget Bachelorette Party Destinations

If lavish hotels and jetset destinations are out of your bachelorette party budget, don’t fret — these haute hostels will seem more like a grownup version of a sleepover party than a backpacking excursion reminiscent of your study abroad days. These five stays are set in stylish digs from coast to coast, making for a memorable bachelorette party getaway without breaking the bank.


Freehand Chicago

Miami’s beloved designer hostel has made its way to the Windy City, setting up shop in the former Tokyo Hotel in River North, surrounded by some of the city’s best shops and eateries. While you can post up in a quad that’s a throwback to summer camp days — if they were set in much chicer rooms with views over Chicago — you can also up the luxe factor and take over the penthouse, with its private bunks and bohemian-style décor spread over two floors.


Ace Hotel Portland

For a more low-key than Las Vegas type of bachelorette getaway, Portland is just the place, with the hip Ace Hotel sitting in the heart of downtown. Set in a one-time electric streetcar station — which was also used as a film set in Gus Van Sant’s “Drugstore Cowboy” — the Ace’s shared triple rooms are a far cry from traditional hostels, with three beds and one bunk surrounded by modern amenities, original art and Stumptown coffee in the lobby, all within walking distance of the West End’s shops and eateries.


The Wayfarer, Santa Barbara

Wine tasting weekends in California may seem like a spendy bachelorette party for both the bride and her crew, but the Wayfarer’s hostel-style rooms are the perfect solution to cost cutting while still indulging in important activities like wine tastings. Located downtown along Santa Barbara’s Urban Wine Trail, the only thing giving these hostel-style rooms away is the bunk beds (with luxe bath products and bedding), making the experience seem more like a sleepover and less like a stop on a backpacking tour of Europe.


The Pod Hotel, New York City

New York is the city that never sleeps but when you eventually want to get some shut-eye, The Pod Hotel is the perfect pick, with two locations in the heart of Midtown sporting rooftop bars that double as a starting point before a big night out as well as a spot for sunbathing (or recovering) the day after. The only resemblance to a hostel you’ll find here are the pods boasting bunks — the rest reads more like a boutique hotel with rain-head showers in the rooms and Michelin-starred chef collabs in the kitchen.

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Quick Makeup Ideas For A Bachelorette Party + A DIY Video

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POPXO.COM — Bachelorette parties are always synonymous with fun. As we all know, these parties are filled with entertainment, legendary stories in the making and of course, lots of dressing up involved! So while you have a perfect outfit to show off, it’s time to give your makeup some attention. Here are some quick makeup tips that will help you look your fashionably best at your best friend’s hen party.

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Bachelorette Party – Simple Fun Ideas

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If you are the one tasked with organizing a bachelorette party there are hundreds of ideas for things to do and a myriad of options for games.

Many of those ideas are a bit on the racy side, but there are plenty that that are just plain clean fun.

Planning a bachelorette party can be one of the easiest parts of a wedding to plan.

For example, one popular bachelorette game involves asking the guests to become poets. Ahead of the party, take 50 index cards and on half, write romantic things, like “roses”, “cuddly”, etc. On the other 25 cards, write very non-romantic words or phrases, like “nose hairs” or “ironing”. Then have each guest draw one card from each pile. They should then create a silly poem based on the two very different words or phrases they have chosen, for example, “Roses are red, your nose hairs are ewwwww.”

One fun game that is sure to engender at least a few laughs is “name that item”. Take a paper bag (a fabric bag is better if you have one) and fill the bag with typical “male items”. The items might include a razor, a money clip, a tie, shoe polish, etc. Seal the bag, or fold it over really well. Then have each guest feel the bag and try to guess the contents. Have them write their guesses on a piece of paper. After everyone has had a chance to feel the bag, the contents are shown and the person with the most number of correct guesses gets the bag of male-oriented items.

Here’s another fun idea. This game might take the whole of the bachelorette party, but it’s a fun one that involves all the guests, helps them get to know one another and provides video proof you all had a good time. You need video cameras for this game, so if the host only has one camera, be sure to ask guests to bring more video cameras. Make sure you also have enough blank tapes for this game.

Depending on the number of guests at the party, you’ll divide the party into two or more groups. It’s best to divide the group into teams small enough so that the whole team can get into one car. So you’ll have maybe five women on each team. You’ll give each team a video camera, blank videotapes and a list of “scavenger hunt” type activities they must perform and tape.

Some video scavenger hunt ideas include having a complete stranger sing the national anthem, having a member of the team sing “I wish I were an Oscar Meyer hot dog” in the meat section of the grocery store and taping a stranger who can do a good impersonation of John Wayne.

The teams should be given a specific amount of time in which to complete their assigned tasks and then return to the party location (ideally, a home, in this case). The videos are viewed and the teams vote on the team that did the best. Bonus points are given for the team that creates their own stunts.

Bachelorette party games are not only designed to bring fun to the party, but sometimes to help people get to know one another. This might be a good opportunity for the bride’s best friend to get to know the sister of the groom, or for the bride to get close to the groom’s cousin or niece. So an icebreaker game isn’t a bad idea.

This isn’t perhaps the most intellectual of an icebreaker game, but it will likely break the ice early in the evening before you head out to other events. Play a game called “I never…” and see who takes the most drinks. So the first woman says, “I never…” and completes the sentence. The women who have done the thing the first woman says she’s never done take a drink. Then the next woman claims to have “never” done something.

Some suggestions for this game are: “I never …”
*Lied about my age
*Lied about my weight
*Got a speeding ticket
*Ran naked through my house


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Bachelorette Party Ideas San Francisco

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San Francisco has no shortage of trendy restaurants, stylish hotels, or sexy nightclubs, making the Golden Gate city the ultimate bridal party getaway. Check out these bachelorette party venues and girls’ night ideas for Bay Area brides.

Where to Relax
Located in the beautiful Scarlet Huntington Hotel, The Nob Hill spa is the ideal place to get some R&R with your girls. Their groups department is amazing; they’ll cover everything from booking treatments to arranging meals in a private group spa suite. Make sure you leave some time in the schedule to check out the breathtaking views from the indoor infinity pool and patio.

Where to Stay
With modern, stylish rooms and an upbeat lobby scene, the W San Francisco is a great choice for a group of girls looking to have fun. Its downtown location makes it easy for you to get to and from all of the city’s best destinations. Read real brides’ reviews here!

Where to Dine
Mamacita is a trendy eatery that has consistently been voted the best Mexican food in the Bay Area. Ambient lighting and a lively atmosphere make this restaurant the perfect place to start your night. Their specialties include crispy chicken tacos, churros dipped in Mexican chocolate sauce, and of course, margaritas!

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