Hosting a bachelorette party is no easy task. There are so many details and logistics to keep in mind in order to have a successful bachelorette. From organizing the bachelorette funds, to impressing the bag, swag bags and more – it can become very pricy, very quickly!
We have put together a five ways that you can save money while planning a bachelorette party.
Collect Funds For The Bachelorette Although it is the tradition for the Maid of Honour to spearhead the Bachelorette Party planning – it does not mean the MOH is the one who foots the bill. Normally a bachelorette party is paid for by all of the bridesmaids contributing together. Just remember, the bride normally does not pay the expenses of her bachelorette and always make sure to set an approved budget with the bridesmaids.
Buy Wedding Price Card We have said it before and we will say it again, this is the ultimate way to save money on wedding planning, bachelorette planning, bridal shower planning and all of your other pre-wedding events. Wedding Price Card is an online savings pass that gets brides exclusive deals with wedding brands and vendors. You can save on bachelorette attire with The Beach Bride, save on bridesmaids swag boxes with Whitebox & Co, and cute bach decor with Party Shop Avenue. Don’t miss on this complete no-brainer opportunity with a Wedding Price Card pass.
Keep It Local More often then not, it is destination bachelorette parties that are the most expensive. With flight, accommodation, food, outfits and events – this can really add up, and fast too. We definitely recommend keeping your bachelorette party local if you want to save money while still having a great time. Try to do what you would do abroad, right here at home.
Find “Ladies Night” Deals. A lot of venues, events and clubs have free drinks, addmissions or other deals that apply to ladies only. Research blogs and local journals for what events you can spot that will save you money just for being a lady!
DIY Decorations and Games If you are putting together a stylish bachelorette at home, restaurant or hotel and want to make sure you have some decor – you can go DIY. It will usually be the more affordable option and DIY is totally appropriate for a bachelorette.
I hope these 5 tips on keeping your bachelorette fun while on a budget can help you do exactly that. Enjoy!