As a part of your honorary bridesmaid duties, you have been tasked to organise your best friend’s bachelorette party and come up with a theme. With the number of responsibilities you have to tackle, from hiring a coach charter in Sydney to managing the party budget, you’ll need some inspiration to accomplish your tasks. Here are some clever party themes to start you off.
High Tea Bachelorette Party
If your best friend is a fan of British culture and loves tea, then a high tea party would be perfect. Make this aspect of the celebration more memorable by serving petit fours, clotted cream, lace doilies, finger sandwiches, scones and an array of English tea. Take it up a notch by asking everyone to wear a Victorian dress and making the bride wear a blindfold, so you can all dress her up in her costume on the spot. You can choose to decorate a room in her home or book reservations at a classy local tearoom.
Club Bachelorette Party
Relive the good old days of club hopping when you were all single on this very special night. You can even bring her to a show or a disco bar to change it up a bit. Book a table on the perfect spot and have everyone wear matching tops to mark this special occasion.
Wine Tasting Bachelorette Party
Treat your best friend by going to a local winery to enjoy wine tasting, accompanied by charcuterie boards, fruit and cheese. If you are all worried about the drive back home, you can even hire a sommelier to do a private tasting.
Karaoke Bachelorette Party
Take your best girl to a karaoke bar where everyone can dedicate a song to her and sing their hearts out. If you have extra cash on hand, you can even rent a private room and go crazy unleashing your inner rock stars up on the mini stage.
Ensure that your best friend and bride-to-be has the time of her life on her last night out as a single lady. Just base your decision on her hobbies and interests to ensure that you give her what she desires.