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Bachelorette Party Planning Basics

Bachelor parties have been a wedding tradition since long ago, when the groom was given a chance to let loose before settling down with his new wife.

If you're in charge of putting your best friend's bash together, read on for the full rundown of everything bachelorette party.

Hosts Virtually anyone can host a bachelorette party.

Guest List Shower guests must all be invited to the wedding, but this isn't necessarily true for bachelorette parties.

It's usually best to keep this party pretty small: definitely under 20, and under 10 is probably ideal.

If the wedding location is anywhere other than the bride's hometown, you might want to have the bachelorette party before she leaves.

Even if the wedding is local, party at least two or three nights before the wedding day.

Some bachelorette hosts ask for a donation from each guest or co-host, depending on the type of party, whether you're renting a private room in a restaurant or taking everyone for an afternoon of spa treatments, for example.

Some hostesses forgo official invitations and just call guests a few weeks before the wedding-it all depends on the type of party you're planning.

Party Time Bachelorette parties are more laid-back and less structured than traditional bridal showers.

Gifts The bachelorette party is not a gift party in the same way a bridal shower is, so presents aren't necessary.

The goal is for the bride and her guests to bond and have a blast before the wedding.
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