Valentine’s Day is around the corner and with the onslaught of engagements already after the holidays, everyone will be planning weddings…and bachelorette parties to go with ‘em. Be it your sister or best friend, planning a bachelorette party isn’t easy—especially when trying to consider the bride’s wishes and everyone’s wallet. Ultimately, money matters play a major role in where, when and who celebrates. That’s why it’s important to consider the financial obligations of such an event and look at ways to reduce spending. With a touch of savvy planning though, you can curb costs while creating a memorable last night out for the bride-to-be.
1. One-Day Bash
Though a weekend-filled bachelorette party is a great way to spend quality time with the girls, limiting the celebration to a single day will reduce costs for all. Pack the day with fun festivities to make the most it. Start with morning mimosas at a local spa while getting pampered with massages and manicures. Grab dinner and drinks at a trendy restaurant downtown and dance the night away at a nearby club for a memorable “last night out.”
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