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generally, the type activities planned for your Bachelorette party will determine whom the party invites are sent to

Planning Your Bachelorette Party Invitations, Celebration, and Guest List

If you've been ask to organize a bachelorette party for your friend or relative, then you'll certainly want to start planning well in advance. You definitely want the event to be fun and memorable. You should also know that you have a great deal of flexibility than you might imagine. Going to bars or hiring male strippers isn't the only thing you can do at these type parties. Just make sure to include a disclosure in your personalized bachelorette party invitations if some parts of the evening won't be age appropriate. This will avoid any possible confusion or surprises during the celebration, your party invitation wording for bachelorette party should disclose any details that would be helpful.

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Bachelor Party Invitation Cards - the Events

To begin with, you should have some idea of what you'd like to see as the focus of the party. Here's where you have a lot of choices. For example, some bachelorette groups have headed to Las Vegas for the weekend or treated themselves to a spa excursion. Others have kept things simple with an old-fashion girls-only sleepover with popcorn, movies, and plenty of talk about boys. It may sound cheesy but some of the guests would love having the chance to relive their teenage girl moments. Once you've decided on a type of activity, pick your invites that are going to be appropriate. That way guests get a taste of what's in store the moment they open the envelope.

The Guest List & More - Bachelorette Party Invites

Don't drop those invitations in the mailbox just yet. You still have to decide who makes the guest list and who doesn't. In many ways, your activities will decide who gets invited. For example, if you're hitting the bar scene, you won't want anyone invited who is under 21. If the partying is likely to get wild, you may not want to invite mothers, siblings, or in-laws. The majority of people who make the guest list will probably be close friends of the bride. Relatives generally end up at the more serious wedding shower. Regardless of who you invite, you'll need to be sure and get your discounted invitation cards in the mail at least six weeks before the big event.

As the wedding gets closer, people's schedules will be increasingly crowded so give them time to plan to attend. You can get lots of good ideas for the wording, saying, and verses for bachelorette party invitation cards.