New York city Night Guide has Bachelorette Party Packages that can be customized to fit any size group or budget. And if you like more than one of our packages — no problem! You can mix and match them to create the perfect combination of activities for your group. So grab your little black dress, high heels, and throw on your favorite bling, and get ready to paint the town red!
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Make it About the Bride
Some people get caught up in what a bachelorette party is “supposed” to be. But not all ladies dream of night-club hopping wearing a novelty wedding veil and drinking through penis straws. (But, hey, if that’s what she wants, more power to her!) Think about your friend’s personality, and try to plan something you know she’d love doing, whether that’s a winery tour, surf lessons, or karaoke at a local dive bar. And if you’re unsure, just ask her!
Set the Guest List
While you want to keep most of the details a surprise, you do need to ask the bride-to-be who she wants to be invited and then track down all their e-mail addresses and phone numbers. A few things to remember: Don’t ask anyone who isn’t also invited to the wedding itself. And if the bride has future sisters-in-law, it’s a good bet to include them, even if they’re not super-close.
Set a Budget
Talk with the other bridesmaids about how much each of you can afford to spend on the night, and negotiate until everyone is on the same page. (Remember, the bride doesn’t pay for anything; her costs should be absorbed by the wedding party.) Knowing now what you can spend later will help pare down the options on what kind of party to throw.
Send a Save-the-Date
We’re not talking about anything formal here—an e-mail with the chosen date in the subject line will suffice. Aim to get the word out at least two months before the party, to give people time to clear their schedules or make travel arrangements. Even if you don’t have all the major details ironed out, it’s best to know now if there are any major conflicts with anyone on the list and adjust the plans if you feel it necessary. This would also be the time to mention how much you expect the evening to cost, per person, so no one feels resentful later on when they’re forking over $200 for dinner and drinks when they had planned on only spending half that.
Don’t Forget About Transportation
Depending on where you’re going, what you’re doing, and how many people are coming along, you might want to hire a limo, a car service, a party bus … whatever. But it’s crucial to have a way to safely transport a gaggle of girls who, let’s be honest, will most likely be drinking throughout the night. Don’t leave this task to the last minute; call around for rates and book transportation at least a month in advance.
Establish Guidelines for Social Media
Not everyone wants every detail of her life posted to Facebook or is comfortable with her boss scrolling past a photo of her taking shots on Instagram. Before the night gets underway, ask the bride what she is and is not cool with having posted, and pass that intel onto the rest of the party, before everyone’s had four rounds of margaritas.