|Eventastic has made it easy for you and your bridal party to plan pre-wedding parties with its cool event planning tool and what better way to have some fun with family and friends AND make some cash towards the wedding than to have a Bachelorette Party! A ‘Bachelorette Party’, sometimes called ‘Stagette Party’ is a party for a woman planning to get married. In the United Kingdom and Ireland the term ‘Hen Do’ or ‘Hen Night’ is commonly used while in Australia and New Zealand it is a Hens Party or Hens Night. Modeled after the ‘Bachelor Party’ where the groom throws a dinner for his groomsmen and parties through the night before his wedding, women get together and have a night out to mark the bride-to-be’s passage to the next stage of her life.
Bachelorette Parties come in all shapes and sizes. Usually hosted by the bridesmaids in the wedding. It is up to them to do up an invite, monitor responses, collect monies and take charge the night of the party. That can often seem like quite a large task but given the right tools, as you have with your wedding website, your event planning tool will make this Bachelorette Party easy to organize by simply filling in the provided template.
Our Top 10 Bachelorette Party Theme Ideas
1. Spa Party – Girls get pampered at a favourite spa
2. Luau Party – Everyone wears grass skirts and leis
3. Karaoke Party – Go to a karaoke bar and pre arrange her fav songs
4. Beach Party – At a cottage with volleyball, sand castles,music & campfire
5. Chocolate Party – Chocolate fountain plus everything chocolate treats
6. Hollywood Star Party – The bride is the star with all her paparazzi
7. Limo Party – Bar hopping in style
8. Bunny Party – Get out the pink ears and wow the town!
9. Little Black Dress – All in black but bride rocks something sparkly
10. Cowgirl Party – Pink cowboy hats and jeans & hit a country bar
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Wedding showers are some of the most exciting pre-wedding parties that entail gift giving in anticipation for the big day. Wedding showers are usually hosted by friends, family, workmates etc, bringing various groups of people together for fun, nibbles, memories, gift giving and celebrating of the wedding day to come. It is not unusual for there to be multiple showers planned within a couple months of the wedding. There are a few aspects of shower planning that brides can and should be involved in to help with its overall success.
We at Eventastic Weddings have a few tips on wedding showers for you to ponder in terms of preference and then share with your wedding party or those most likely to host.
1. What type of shower do you prefer?
In the past, wedding showers were actually bridal showers where only the bride attended with those throwing/attending the party and the groom/fiance’s job was to arrive at the end and start hauling out all the gifts to the car. Today times have changed and now it is not unusual to have couple’s showers where both attend and enjoy the festivities. It’s a good idea to let your friends and family know your thoughts and preferences whether traditional or not.
2. Do you have a particular theme you wish for?
It is always fun when showers are hosted with a particular theme in mind. Often themes are chosen taking into consideration the bride or couple’s interests and likes or trying to capture a particular mood or feeling. Themes range from “Garden Party” (guests sip on tea or martini’s in a beautiful garden setting) to “Spa Party” (guests enjoy time together having facials or mani/pedi) to “Candy Party” (where every kind of candy is displayed in interesting ways for all to sample) to “Glamour Party” (where each guest is given a colourful boa as they walk the red carpet). If you have a particular theme wish now is the time to share it.
3. What are your thoughts on venue?
Your shower may take place in a beautiful garden either public or private, or be planned in someone’s home or even at the office. It may occur at the retirement home making it easy for grandma to attend or at a hall depending on numbers being invited. If you know of relatives and friends that would want to attend one of your showers but have special requirements because of disability or otherwise now is the time to let those most likely to plan know.
4. Do you have food preferences?
Food for showers sometimes will involve a meal but most often it is an afternoon of great nibbles, both sweet and otherwise. If you totally dislike or have developed allergies/sensitivities for certain foods now is the time to make that known. Shower hosts might ask various people to contribute to a potluck style of gathering or even arrange to have it catered and the last thing you need is hives or upset stomach at the end of the day.
5. What are your thoughts on games?
Shower planners often arrange to have party games played at the shower to keep the mood happy and lively as well as assist everyone in mingling and mixing. There are endless options to be played. Have you heard of the toilet paper bridal gown and veil game? Guests are divided in groups and asked to pick one person from their group to don the wedding ensemble made out of toilet paper. If there is a shower you’ve attended in the past and loved playing a game or found it effective then this is the time to share ..or…if you dislike all games at showers you might want to mention this.
6. Have you started your shower registry?
At this point you have had some time to peruse your free wedding website and no doubt are thrilled with having your universal gift registry option. Any item from anywhere can be added to your wedding registry from surfing the net on your computer AND by using Eventastic Weddings APP downloadable through any APP store for any smartphone. We suggest that you make not only your “Wedding Registry” of items for your guests to see but ALSO one or multiple “Shower Registry” lists. Shower registry items would typically be items that are lower priced or group buy options.
It’s important that your shower planners get your thoughts on these aspects to help in its success. Remember that your shower could be added to your events page to made invites easier and could even have a ticketing option to help pay for some of the costs. (Your planners will love that!)
Have fun uploading all your shower pictures to a “shower album” on your wedding website for everyone to enjoy!
Relax and Enjoy: You might think that there is no time for relaxation with all the planning and work that goes into making sure your special day is indeed special. But pre-wedding parities and showers are a perfect time for you to sit back and savour the moment of just being with your friends and family. After all, they are coming together to wish you the best in your life for you and your fiancé.
Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Ideas: Here are some fun and exciting Bachelor and Bachelorette party ideas for your last night out before you get married! A spa weekend, wine tour, ski or snowboarding trip, visit a psychic together, bungee jumping, going to a night club and of course the typical Vegas trip!
Planning Pre-Wedding Parties: One of the great things about getting married are all the pre wedding parties your wedding party, friends and family will throw for you to help raise money to put toward your life together. Popular events such as engagement parties, bridal showers, Stag N Does and bachelor and bachelorette parties are just some of the fun events you will get to experience. Eventastic Weddings has this amazing function that allows the “party planners” to plan an event without the hassle.
Save time and money by selling more tickets for your Stag N Doe or any pre wedding party directly on your own wedding website with our easy to use ticketing function. Your guests will have the convenience of purchasing their admission, drink and game tickets right online.
Get exactly the gifts you want from every pre wedding event with the multiple gift registry option which allows you to make gift wish lists including items with lower price points for different events. (e.g work bridal shower, family bridal shower etc..)
You will have a centralized location for all your event details, such as date, time, gift registry and ticket sales. Video invitations, RSVP’s and thank you’s will also certainly be helpful options in your wedding preparation and followthrough.Your friends, family and guests will appreciate the ease of going on your wedding website where all your wedding details may be viewed.
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We hope our tips are informative and helpful for you and your fiancé during this amazing journey.