Before you begin to fall into the bridezilla zone, you need a bride to be party to get you in the mood. But first, let’s be honest about a few things, Bachelorette parties need not mean expensive gifts and crazy costly vacations. They also don’t entail the bride paying for it fully or the bridesmaids pitching in entirely. It all depends on the plan and the situation. But whoever is planning it needs to know a few things. Get hold of a few resources to get this super event going in the right direction without emptying the wallet.
Trim the guest list. It’s about choosing the right people and trimming it down to basics. The guest list can only contain people who the bride is okay to be around. So the less people you keep the party to, the better you can make the party for the ones in it.
Intimate Vs Crazy Big. When it comes to bachelorette parties, don’t go just for the sake of it. If your friend loves vineyards or picnics, try to plan it around it. Glamping is a great option for outdoorsy girls
Opt for DIY decor instead of splurging on a decorator / planner. We Swasthik event planner are actually a step aside from the tacky decor you get everywhere. Personalise things too they make bespoke napkins and banners etc. And they also divide merch according to the theme so you don’t have to think too much.
Staycations: If you don’t want to spend too much on an overseas trip with your BFFs, all you need to do is to plan a staycation. Staycations are all about staying with your friends. Sharing a room + spa + brunch for a weekend at a decent 3-5 star hotel. That way, you don’t need to spend on plane tickets and accommodation.
Ladies Night Out: Is a good day to host your bachelorette. Pick your favourite pub, go to their ladies night out. Then head home for a DIY party night. Always a good idea.
A drive out day that costs less than a room at a five-star. Plan a road trip and leave a mark. Get your BFFs and go out of town – only an hour away so you can plan stopovers on the way. Food courts, a nice pub, a picnic, a hike all rolled into one.
Play fun games- they are free: Make a list of “To-do”‘s that every girl in the bachelorette has to do. Organise a Bridal Treasure Hunt through the evening, put in clues about the bride and have friends crawl all over your locality finding fun things to do. End up at your favourite pub or restaurant and celebrate the victory over drinks.
Take normal things and up their style quotient. That’s how you do less. For example, instead of a custom cake, go for a generic one but add your own icing and sprinkles and cake toppers. Add icing on oreos or crackers. And lastly, don’t forget to ask discounts wherever you go.