Whether you’re throwing an unusual themed soiree or a traditional bachelorette party, a destination event or an arts and crafts party, there are numerous components to party throwing that are common throughout – regardless of the theme. Examples of these common components include: the location, guest list, itinerary and budget of the hen party. Therefore there are some essential organisational steps relating to these components that need to be addressed.
Leading up to the bachelorette party, there is tons of organising to get done in (usually) a short space of time. To ensure that you stay as stress-free as possible, detailing a carefully curated schedule at the start of the planning process can keep your stress levels at a minimum and allow you to remain cool, calm and collected at every step of the party planning process.
Planning a party for your friend can be difficult at the best of times, but when it comes to your friends’ bachelorette party, it’s essential that you consult her prior to making concrete plans. Including the bride-to-be in different features of the hen party not only makes her feel more involved, it also takes some of the pressure off you. This is particularly evident when it comes to guest list. By narrowing down who gets an invitation with your bride-to-be, you’ll save yourself lots of time and energy.
To find out all the details, Team BAWE created this super informative infographic which is full of top tips on everything from party themes to party games location ideas to guest list tips. Let’s check the infographic out for more details that can help you survive and have a stress-free bachelorette party!
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