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All You Need to Know Before Planning A Destination Bachelorette Party

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“He finally popped the question, and I couldn’t say anything but, Yes!!!” We know what goes next on in our minds when one of our friend’s rushes to us in excitement to break this big news.

After that phase of hysteria and curiosity of knowing all the details of engagement story, the planning of WHERE ARE WE GOING TO HAVE THE BACHELORETTE PARTY? If this is exactly what you were thinking too, then worry no more. It’ll all be sorted here. You, as their good friend, must take the (much worth it) labor of throwing your friend the best possible pre-wedding decampment, as an escape from her bridezilla mode. Where to begin with? Here to:


Start planning at least 3 months in advance if time allows you, since destination bachelorettes, as fun they are, are equally difficult to plan and roll out smoothly.

Talk to the bride

Talk to the person who is supposed to be the “center of attention”. Ask her for the thing she has in mind or tries to know things she is expecting. Include her bridesmaids or future sisters-in-law she might have.

Have a Guest List
The invitation list must come from the bride only as it would include the bride’s closest friends. Once you have the list, roll out the invites and see if people are stepping away due to their commitments or work, cost or schedules and see if they can be catered to.

Get the finances sorted

Decide on your itinerary, and have an estimated budget. Divide who’s paying for what and have a consensus. It is normal etiquette, when a person is bidding farewell to their single hood, to take care of the costs incurred in all meals and activities besides travel costs, which of course everyone bears individually.

Go Creative about things

Creativity sure can save you a lot of expenses and add more fun to the entire plan. Research, research, and research about everything on your mind. Avail best deals at Windstream online, and explore the uninterrupted internet and communicate instantly with your friends sitting in other cities through their phone bundles and have everything sorted in just moments.

Look for group discounts and open bar options, this sure will save you on a lot. Most venues are often looking for business from large groups coming in, hence creating greater room for negotiations. Check the weather forecasts and communicate the necessary costumes and events to everyone joining.

Choose the Ideal Location

This is where the difficult game begins. Choosing a location that’s ideal. Here “Ideal” is the catchword, ideal, n terms of avenues for a party, the environment, travel and lodgings costs, safety levels, etc. This might sound like a few things but is actually a whole lot of ordeal. As there is no such thing as ideal, we have to work our arse off to make a place ideal for us. Oh, and don’t forget the most important consideration; if the place fits the bride-to-be’s taste.

Sounds like a lot of work to do? Worry no more! Just read through and we bet, by the end of this article you will have all your questions answered.

Destinations to have your bachelorette party at

If you think it’ll be a no big deal, believe me, pulling off an unforgettable bachelorette party isn’t as easy a feat as it sounds like. Considering the amount of organization and communication involved, it could be a great challenge to pull off an unforgettable bachelorette party. Even more challenging if you are planning to have fun at an affordable price. We have listed quite a few destinations that you can choose from to have the most affordable yet fun destination party ever!

Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Average costs
• Airfare: $374
• Lodgings for 1 night: $87
• Drinks (Beer): $3
• Safety Index: 41

If your friend is a water sports lover. This place has equally good opportunities for a bachelor/bachelorette party. This place has jet skiing, kayaking, scuba diving, parasailing and much more. For all the beer junkies, guess what? It’s very cheap and the hotel rooms are pretty affordable too.

Las Vegas
Average costs
• Airfare: $237
• Lodgings for 1 night: $79
• Drinks (Beer): $5
• Safety Index: 42

For the party girl/boy, Vegas is the ultimate answer. Party and Vegas are pretty much synonymous, and it is the first word that comes to mind when someone thinks party. Vegas has almost every thinkable thing to offer. From gambling to golf and a lot more gambling. For bachelorettes, great spa experiences, good food and all the luxuries one can relate to a bachelorette weekend.

Seattle
Average costs
• Airfare: $367
• Lodgings for 1 night: $160
• Drinks (Beer): $5
• Safety Index: 60

Seattle is one of the most ephemeral cities that can change in the blink of an eye. Have the best Bungee Jumping experience, iconic views, Pike Place market, space needle, a museum of pop culture and Puget Sound ferries and you’ll be spellbound for long.

Atlantic City, N.J.
Average costs
• Airfare: $149
• Lodgings for 1 night: $172
• Drinks (Beer): $5
• Safety Index: 49

The airfare is the lowest on the list of this city. It is the largest city by the shore is deemed to be the “Vegas of the east”. Visit it to see if it does justice to the title. Famous sights are; Absecon Lighthouse, Steel Pier, Historic Pipe Organ, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, and the African American Heritage Museum.

San Diego
Average costs
• Airfare: $359
• Lodgings for 1 night: $126
• Drinks (Beer): $5
• Safety Index: 62

San Diego is all about its surf and sunsets. Explore the city on foot, go wine tasting, visit San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, Pacific Beach, Gas Lamp Quarter and Del Mar Racetrack.

Montreal, Quebec
Average costs
• Airfare: $441
• Lodgings for 1 night: $65.5
• Drinks (Beer): $4.7
• Safety Index: 61

A city in love with festivals. Experience the Old Montreal, Good Food, Musee Des Beaux-Arts De Montreal, Basilique Notre-Dame, Rue St-Denis, Canal De Lachine, Old Port, and Parc Jean-Drapeau. The closest you can be to French culture while being in Canada.

Vancouver, British Columbia
Average costs
• Airfare: $368
• Lodgings for 1 night: $117
• Drinks (Beer): $4.31
• Safety Index: 61

This Canadian version of Las Vegas has a lot to serve on its plate, like; Don’t miss out on the whale watching adventure, full day Vancouver to Victoria tour by ferry, Gulf Islands Kayak, and Seaplane Adventure. The city is also one of the safest on the list, bars and live music venues stay open till late. So, looks like a win-win.

Dallas
Average costs
• Airfare: $328
• Lodgings for 1 night: $102
• Drinks (Beer): $4.5
• Safety Index: 63

Dallas, Texas is the most mythical city with a past rich with American Legends. Look out for live music, Botanical gardens, Kessler Theater, Sixth Floor Museum, and Nasher Sculpture Center.

Denver
Average costs
• Airfare: $311
• Lodgings for 1 night: $91
• Drinks (Beer): $4
• Safety Index: 66

For someone into craft breweries, Nightlife, museums, art, parks and plenty of outdoor activities. Denver is the place to go! It is known for its very low accommodation costs, so go and have the time of your life and don’t forget to visit the Red Rock Amphitheater.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Average costs
• Airfare: $360
• Lodgings for 1 night: $38
• Drinks (Beer): $1.4
• Safety Index: 80.62

This place by far has the cheapest beer and accommodation for 3 nights in under 100$ and a lot safer than any other city on the list. Make sure you experience the Sunset Booze Cruise, Mexican Cooking Class, Private snorkeling tour and 2 Tank customized Dive.

Ideas to make it all the more memorable!
-Pole dance tuitions
-Attend a concert
-Cease a local festival
-Scavenger Hunt
-Makeovers
-Spa Day
-Visit a Winery
-Go Hiking
-Skydiving
-Hot air balloon ride
-Karaoke
-Road Trip
-Visit a psychic
-Go Camping
-Rent a Limousine
-Attend a Comedy Club
-Helicopter Ride

The options are endless but to make the most out of it, take your friend’s individual preferences into consideration and make sure they feel at the top of the world. Good Luck planning!

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