Organising the Last Night of Freedom Party

Organising the Last Night of Freedom Party

Having a bachelorette party is an important part of every girl’s life. It is a night she’ll remember forever, so it needs to be impeccable. There are many things you need to consider when organizing such a party. But the first and utmost important thing is to respect the bride’s wishes. When you figure out her wishes, take a look at what else you need to deal with.

The venue

When organising a bachelorette party the first thing you need to decide on is the location. Depending on your bride’s affiliations it can be someone’s apartment, a hotel suite, a fancy restaurant or a trendy night club. If your choice ends up to be a public place, remember to make reservations ahead. Also, arrange the means of transportation to the places planned. You wouldn’t want to drink and drive!

The guest list

The next step is to put together a guest list. Think about all the important girls in the bride’s life and make sure with the bride that she agrees with the list. Collect all the necessary contacts and create a secret group using any of the popular social networking sites to make the communication easier. In this way, everybody will be up to date. You can also use this group to pitch in some ideas, to share posts, updates, information and to make polls among other things. The internet has made communication so much quicker. Use it to your advance!

The ambience

If you solved the questions of the location and the attendees, you need to move on to the next phase: creating an ambience. Many things affect the ambience so you need to focus on both visual and auditory issues. Start with the visual and invest some time in choosing party-appropriate decorations. Move on to the auditory segment and think about the music: whether you want to hire a DJ or if you’re from Australia, to hire an entertainment agency in Sydney and make your party come to life! Some things are better left to the pros.

Refreshments

An inevitable part of every party is of course – refreshments. Choose appropriate food and appetizers according to your bride and guests’ tastes. Include both savoury food and sweet food as well. A bachelorette party is a great way to explore chefs’ creativeness which is shown in all kinds and shapes of cupcakes, cakes, muffins, cookies and parfaits. And go crazy with the drinks! Countless types of cocktails, mixtures, colours and exotic fruit decorated with tiny umbrellas and silly straws will look great on your Instagram pic but will also taste delicious. You can also upgrade the table where food and drinks are going to be served by positioning them on a peculiar tablecloth.

Party Props

Having in mind the overall theme of the party you chose, decide on the right party props and decorations. First, make your bride stand out: put on a special dress on her or a sash over her shoulder, place a shiny tiara on her head or a white veil. Then, decide on the props other girls will wear: custom made t-shirts in the same colour with personalized messages, inspirational badges, sashes or perhaps masks to bring in some mystery. You can go crazy with the decorations and pick all kinds of balloons, ring-shaped, diamond-shaped, heart-shaped, letter-shaped and many other shapes you can imagine.

Organising a bachelorette party isn’t easy and there are so many things to think about. So, make sure to start in time, to consult with the future Mrs. and the other girls, to respect the bride’s wishes and the party is guaranteed to be a success.

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