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A bachelorette party is an opportunity for the future bride to enjoy one last hurrah with her girlfriends. Although you might read of those famous parties in New York, Miami, Las Vegas, or Montreal, by far, the most popular one are the local bachelorette parties, including favors for the bachelorette, games, and even a party bus or limo. And, if you are the one, or one of the ones, planning your friend's special party, you'll want to organize all the details, including sending personalized bachelorette party invitations, currently discounted to 99¢ per invite, to all your invited guests in plenty of time so they can make appropriate arrangements. You can find lots of invitation wording samples for your bachelorette party in our large database.
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Bachelorette Party Planning Etiquette and Invitations
The future bride's maid of honor and / or her bridal party customarily plan a bachelorette party. However, any of her close friends can perform the hostess duties. You will first want to ask the bride to give you her guest list, which should include all the ladies in the wedding party and other close friends whom the bride would like to attend. Bachelorette party etiquette allows for inviting guests who aren't on the wedding invitation list, although this can be sometimes be an extremely sensitive area.
Ideally, you will want to keep the number to a rather close and small group, ten or less, as it makes the party much easier to coordinate. If the bride and her mother are close, you will want to ask her and the future mother-in-law to join in the party for the beginning of the evening. For instance, they could join you for dinner but after it was over, politely excuse themselves and go home before the group hits the entertainment at the clubs.
Choosing the Date for the Party Celebration
This type celebration is usually held anywhere from a week to three months before the wedding. The only sure rule is not to plan it the night before the wedding, as this day is usually reserved for the rehearsal dinner, among many other reasons. Besides, most brides-to-be normally want to stay out till late and indulge for their bachelorette parties, and this is definitely not appropriate for the night before her big day. In situations where the bride's closest friends live out of town, you might have the celebration the night before the rehearsal dinner, (two days from the wedding date).
However, ideally it is much better to schedule it at least a few weeks in advance of the day of the wedding to give both the bachelorette and her guests a break between all the various wedding celebrations, especially if you're planning an out of town party trip. Since most brides are a bit uneasy or nervous about her future husband's bachelor party, you might consider planning here party on the same night to keep her too busy wth all the fun and excitement, thus avoiding the concern about what her future spouse is up to.
Customizing and Mailing Your Party Invites
Immediately after you decide to undertake this responsibility, you'll want to create your bachelorette party invitation cards, and get them mailed out four to six weeks in advance to give the invited guests time to make plans to be there. And since everyone usually chips in on the cost of the party, you will want to include in your invitation wording how much those who attend will be ask to contribute.