Planning a bachelorette party is stressful – especially if you have not prepared one before.
The organizer needs to have a good rapport with the bride-to-be because step one is to have a detailed discussion with the person whose big day it’s going to be.
The person tasked with planning the bachelorette party needs to talk to the bride-to-be in a way that enables her to keep much of the celebration a surprise, but also to get at least a rough idea of what the bride expects.
After having established all of the above, the organizer can move to the next steps, like creating the invite list, coming up with possible dates, organizing a Facebook and/or Instagram group, choosing the location and finding accommodations, as needed.
When these foundations have been laid, it is time to plan the activities and set them in motion. Only then will it be possible to provide everyone with final details, such as dates and prices.
With all this confirmed and agreed upon, then the bookings can finally be set in stone. But the organizer’s job is not yet done.
One crucial job is collecting the money from participants. The attendees will need to be told how to pay their share and what their deadlines are.
If the bachelorette party is taking place far away, the organizer needs to decide whether she is taking charge of the transportation, or if perhaps it would be easier for everyone to take responsibility for getting themselves there.
Planning a bachelorette party can be fun, but whoever organizes the event needs to be able to handle a lot of pressure.