Budget-Friendly Tips for Planning a Bachelorette Bash

Updated: Jan 7


Planning a bachelorette party for a close friend or family member can quickly turn into a big job. When you’re responsible for a group of people and want to make sure the bride-to-be has a memorable event, it can be a little overwhelming. When you’re on a tight budget, it can also be stressful. Fortunately, there are tons of ways you can save money and still throw a fantastic party, whether you’re doing it at home or making it a destination event. The key is to start early and think about how to maximize every detail, from the food to the activities.

Of course, the best place to begin when you’re planning a party is the budget. Figure out how much you can spend and talk to the rest of the bridal party to see how they can help cover some of the costs, especially if it’s a destination event. After that, you’ll be free to begin planning the festivities. Use online resources to find great deals on things like limo rides, spa services, and catering, and remember to keep communication open with the bride to make sure she’s on board with it all. After all, keeping her happy is a top priority!

Here are a few tips on how to plan a great bachelorette party without breaking the bank.

Bring Your Own Entertainment

Entertainment can eat up a large portion of your budget, so it’s a good idea to think of different ways your guests can have fun without going overboard, whether you’re away in a hotel or just kicking back at home. For example, consider investing in a streaming stick, which will give you access to thousands of movies and television shows, as well as music streaming platforms like Pandora. This is a great way to keep everyone entertained while sticking to your budget. The best part about a streaming stick: It’s portable, meaning you can bring it to a hotel or someone’s house as long as you have access to a compatible television and a WiFi connection.

Plan for a Getaway

Destination events can become costly, but it is possible to find a spot that isn’t so pricey. You don’t have to spirit the entire group away to a private island; instead, think about heading someplace that’s within a two or three-hour drive, or look for a vineyard that will host a group for a wine-tasting. Think about the bride’s preferences and look for a spot she’d love, such as an animal sanctuary where you can get up close and personal with endangered beasts.

Learn Something New

These days, a bachelorette party can be just about anything. Gone are the days when the only options were heading to a bar or hosting a fancy luncheon. Now, there are many businesses that can accommodate parties and groups, so you can think about creative ways for everyone to have fun. One of the most original ideas for a bachelorette party on a budget is to host the event at a painting class, or to have everyone gather for a cooking class. This is not only a fun way to bond, but it’s also a productive activity that will benefit just about anyone.

Host a Sleepover

Sleepovers are gatherings from our childhoods that gave us the opportunity to socialize, bond, and form relationships that would last for years, and many women have fond memories of those times. Consider hosting a sleepover for everyone, and base it on a theme that the bride would love. You can watch movies, make up a dance routine, have a spa night, and eat snack food way past your bedtime. It’s a great way to save money while still ensuring that everyone has a blast.

Throwing a bachelorette party often takes a lot of work, so it’s a good idea to start planning as soon as possible, especially if there’s a destination aspect involved. Talk to the bride about the details and keep her in the loop so that the day is about celebrating her and the things she loves.

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