60 Best Bachelorette Party Themes of 2024 - Zola Expert Wedding Advice (2024)

Discover the 60 best bachelorette party themes of 2024 with ideas for activities, drinks, and food. Find the perfect party for every bride!

Celebrating the bride at her bachelorette party is one of the best ways to de-stress before the wedding and get to know her closest friends. While some brides prefer an exciting weekend bash, others would rather relax with their favorite people. If you’ve been tasked with planning a bachelorette party, your job is to put the bride’s interests first and then fill in the rest of the details.

Once you have a clear idea of how the bride wants to celebrate, the fun begins! Maybe your bride has a wedding theme she loves that you can incorporate into the bachelorette party. These themes range from wild and crazy to sophisticated and chill, so you can find the perfect theme to party with your crew. First, let’s take a look at the latest bach party trends…

What are the latest trends in bachelorette party themes?

Bachelorette parties are constantly changing with the times. So, what are the latest bach party trends for 2024?

We’ve seen several trends continuing from 2023, plus hot new trends emerging. Here are some highlights:

  • Summer bach parties – Spring used to be the most popular season for bachelorette parties, but with the rise of fall wedding popularity, we’re seeing more bashes in mid-to-late summer.
  • Bachelorette photo shoots – Forget about the wedding photos — the latest trend is to hire a professional photographer for your bachelorette party to capture lasting memories.
  • Short and sweet bridal bashes – As more people return to the office, many bachelorette parties return to pre-pandemic length: one night or a weekend.
  • Daytime parties – The combination of short weekends and summer parties has more bridal party events starting in the daytime, from mimosa brunches to lounging poolside.

To sum it up, sunny, quick, well-documented parties are all the rage in 2024. But that doesn’t mean you have to go with what’s popular! Consider your bride’s preferences and choose the pre-wedding activities that fit her style.

Feeling like you need a little inspo? Here are 60 fun ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

Favorite bachelorette party themes

Here are a few witty bach party ideas we love this year.

1. Bohemian bash party

Take it easy and plan some relaxing activities for the boho bride. Get outdoors and explore some beautiful scenery by visiting a winery or going on a hike to bond with your bride tribe. To wind down, attend a group yoga or Pilates class and find your zen before the big day comes.

Another fun spin on a boho bachelorette is to go with a “Bachella” festival theme for the music lover. Bring in all the florals, earth tones and macramé decorations to create a chill vibe for your party. Vintage patterns and fabrics make great backdrops for photo booths and dinner parties.

Activity ideas:

  • Make flower crowns with your crew
  • Attend a group yoga class
  • Have an outdoor patio party
  • Tour a vineyard

Destination ideas:

  • Sonoma, California
  • Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Tulum, Mexico

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2. Let’s get nauti-cal

Want to head somewhere warm and sunny with your crew? A nautical bachelorette is the way to go. Deck out your “I Do” crew with sailor hats, fanny packs, and beach hats to create a weekend fit for the sea. If you’re planning a destination bachelorette party, consider some beach getaways and try to book a beach house or boat ride. Nautical-themed goodies like inflatable beach balls, palm trees, and anchors make great decorations for your weekend pad.

Let your hair down, put your toes in the sand and celebrate the bride’s last sail before the veil with a “Let’s Get Nauti” themed bachelorette.

Activity ideas:

  • Go on a boat ride or rent jet skis
  • Grab some beach chairs and relax on the beach
  • Have a sandcastle competition with wedding boutique prizes

Destination ideas:

  • Destin, Florida
  • Nantucket, Massachusetts
  • Malibu, California

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3. The final fiesta

Perfect for any time of year, this theme brings together delicious food and bright colors to create an atmosphere that makes you want to sip margaritas with your senoritas. Celebrate the bride-to-be with a fiesta-themed party full of quirky cactus decor and piñatas. Using just balloons and streamers, you can turn any hotel room or guest house into a desert oasis. As for the tasty treats, margarita-flavored cupcakes and a nacho or taco bar make great party snacks.

This final fiesta will have all of your friends crashing for a siesta in the afternoon.

Activity ideas:

  • Try out salsa dancing
  • Build your own taco bar
  • Take a swing at a pinata

Destination ideas:

  • San Diego, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • Cancun, Mexico

4. Glamping weekend

Bachelorette parties are perfect for escaping the stress of planning a wedding so why not escape to the great outdoors? For the bride who likes to explore and unwind, consider planning a weekend in the woods. Whether you decide to stay in a cabin or glamping tent, this weekend will be full of new experiences. Create a cozy atmosphere using lots of blankets and pillows to make your campsite feel like home. For party favors, you can make some adorable fire starter kits with matches or create your own rustic wood coasters.

Head out to where the wild things are and create a weekend full of happy campers.

Activity ideas:

  • Take a nature hike
  • Make s’mores around the campfire
  • Try outdoor sports like fishing or whitewater rafting

Destination ideas:

  • Denver, Colorado
  • Jackson, Wyoming
  • Portland, Oregon

5. Tropic like it’s hot

Take the bachelorette party to the tropics for a weekend that feels like a mini-vacay. Palm leaf prints, fresh florals, and bold colors make this tropical party bright and cheery. Add some fun flamingo and pineapple decor to turn your room into a tropical oasis. Sip fruity co*cktails by the pool or head to the beach for a fun day in the sun. This tropical palm swimsuit is perfect for the occasion! Grab some fabulous straw beach hats, and bright pool floats for a pool party no one will forget.

As the bride says “aloha” to married life, take this weekend to pamper her best friends.

Activity ideas:

  • Get group manicures and pedicures
  • Hang out poolside
  • Play prosecco pong

Destination ideas:

  • Key West, Florida
  • Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
  • Palm Springs, California

6. The disco ball dancing queens

Mamma Mia, here we go again! Tell the wedding party to bring their best platform shoes and sequin tops for an ABBA-inspired, 70’s themed bachelorette bash. Serve appetizers inspired by the decade. Chill by the beach or pool in the daytime, then hit the bars at night in your silliest ’70s outfits.

Activity ideas:

  • Take Mamma Mia-inspired photo shoots
  • Go bar-hopping
  • Watch musicals in your PJs

Destination ideas:

  • Los Angeles, California
  • Miami, Florida
  • Las Vegas, Nevada

7. Last splash mermaid bash

For the mermaid bride trading her tail for a veil, celebrate her bachelorette by the sea. Use plenty of sparkles and soft pastel colors to decorate your under-the-sea party with bubbles, seashells, and sea creatures. As for dress code, have your mermaid squad pack their swimsuits and gift them beach towels as a party favor so they’ll have a souvenir to take home. Add some mermaid-themed snacks and dive in.

Whether you’re by the pool or hanging at the beach, you can party your tails off in full mermaid fashion.

Activity ideas:

  • Set up a Mermosa bar
  • Prepare for a night out with a mermaid glitter bar
  • Have a last splash pool party

Destination ideas:

  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Santa Monica, California
  • Seaside, Florida

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Low-key bachelorette party themes

For the low-key bride, here are a few mellow ideas that fit any style and budget.

8. Bachelorette slumber party

Host a sleepover — or two — with your besties. Paint your nails, make delicious snacks, and watch some of the bride’s favorite movies. This bach theme is perfect for a stay-at-home bachelorette party or a vacation rental. If you’re up for it, you can throw in an outing like a brunch or a trip to a brewery.

9. Manis and mimosas spa day

Only have a day to celebrate? No problem. Take the group on a spa day for facials, manicures, and relaxing massages. This is a great celebration to kick off with a mimosa brunch or enjoy champagne and light snacks without the day. The nice thing about this bachelorette theme is that you can do it anywhere. Your spa day can be one event in a bachelorette weekend or a stand-alone party.

10. Backyard BBQ

If someone in your bridal party can share their home, why not host a backyard barbecue? This theme is super accommodating to brides or bridesmaids with families, jobs, and busy lives. Bring your cowgirl hat and cook up your favorite barbecue dishes. You can include yard games like darts or cornhole, blend some margaritas, or just hang out with your best friends.

11. Yoga and wellness-themed

Who says a bachelorette party has to be about late nights and partying? A wellness-themed bachelorette party is perfect for a bride who loves to take care of herself. You could attend a yoga class together or hire a yoga teacher to visit your vacation rental. Other activities might include a sauna, massages, meditation, or spin class. Food can include green juice, smoothies, or a meal out at your local vegan restaurant.

12. Movie night

Host a movie night in your home or backyard. You might want to rent a projector screen to watch the bride’s favorite movies on the big screen. Be sure to bring popcorn and other movie-friendly snacks. If you want to fit in other activities, consider a costume contest with wedding boutique prizes, movie-themed drinking games, or making specialty co*cktails that go with the movie.

13. Vintage vibe campout

Airbnb and other rental sites offer trailer rentals. This can be the perfect setting for your vintage bachelorette party in the woods, like this one. Bring a barbecue and some hot apple cider, play games, and listen to your favorite vintage tunes. Don’t forget to bring a camera to capture the adorable vintage vibes.

14. Celestial celebration

Your bride has found someone she loves to the moon and back — celebrate their love with a night amongst the stars. Hire a fortune teller to read your tarot cards and learn more about your star signs, getting in touch with the cosmos before the big day.

15. Game night

For the casual yet competitive brides out there, why not host a game night? Have all your friends bring their favorite card games, board games, or drinking games if you want to get a little silly. Order takeout and have casual beers or co*cktails as you spend the night laughing and playing together.

Celebrity bachelorette party themes

Your bride is the star of her show. Help her feel like the star of every show with a dazzling celebrity-themed bachelorette party.

16. The eras tour bachelorette fan party

Throwing a party for a Swiftie? A Taylor Swift bachelorette theme is perfect for a Nashville retreat or a night out in your hometown. Tell your guests to dress as their favorite era, take pictures, and then hit the town. You’ll get plenty of attention on a bar crawl or at a trendy restaurant.

17. Beyoncé bachelorette

No one throws a more fabulous party than Queen Bee herself. A Beyonce theme is ideal for a night out in the big city, whether it’s LA, Vegas, or New York. Guests can dress in their favorite looks and blast Beyonce as they get ready to go out.

18. Love on tour bach

If your bride is a Harry Styles fan, she’ll adore a Love on Tour theme. Decorate your venue in pastel colors and play concert footage in the background. Bachelorette party attire can be anything from flowy hippy dresses to bright, 70’s-era tops — or better yet, dress up as Harry himself!

19. Night in Paris

Embrace your inner sparkle with a night of glitz and glam. This theme goes well with champagne dinners or after a day at the spa. The dress code should involve shimmery items and the classic red lip. Consider a fashion show, complete with catwalks and catcalls from the party. If you're going out, grab a beret for everyone to wear and offer macarons as party favors.

20. Bride to be in Glee

Calling all Gleeks! When you send your bachelorette party invitations, tell your guests to dress as their favorite Glee character. You could spend a night binge-watching the show or head out for a bar crawl in your costumes. Food and drink ideas include “cafeteria-style” charcuterie boards, boozy slushies, and fondue “for two.”

Daring bachelorette party themes

Does your bride love the spotlight? Here are a few daring themes for her to show off her wild side before she enters married life.

21. Wiggin out

Get wiggy with it! Put on your silliest wigs and go out dancing with your crew. Other activities could include classic bachelorette party games, a silly photo shoot, or a dance party at home. Pair your wigs with extravagant outfits and enjoy dinner at a laidback venue before you hit the town.

22. Bach and boujee

Treat yourself to a night of indulgence. This theme includes gold decorations, luxurious spa treatments, and plenty of champagne. Make reservations at an elegant restaurant or co*cktail bar. This can be a great opportunity for a boujee photoshoot or video.

23. Casino night

A destination bachelorette trip in Vegas is always fun. However, you can throw your own casino night anywhere. Dress up in your best co*cktail attire and play card games or dice at home, or visit the closest casino. If you want to emphasize the Vegas theme, throw in an Elvis costume. Make sure to decorate with bold lights and bright colors.

24. Fifty Shades of Grey

For the brides with a naughty side, host a Fifty Shades of Grey party. Have every guest bring a kinky gift for the bride. She can open her gifts at the party while enjoying snacks and themed drinks. Set out an empty journal or slips of paper to let guests contribute anonymous suggestions for how to put those gifts to good use.

25. Champagne campaign

Pop the champagne! Champagne Campaign is a perfect theme for a bachelorette party or bridal shower. Enjoy a champagne brunch complete with pastries and other sweets. Or, have several types of champagne and offer tastings. For decoration inspiration, check out this champagne balloon photo backdrop.

26. Karaoke night

Get silly with a karaoke night! Take the squad to your local karaoke bar or rent a karaoke machine and sing your favorite songs at home. This fun theme pairs well with fruity co*cktails and fun, eccentric outfits. Don’t be afraid to let your silly side shine.

Adventurous bachelorette party themes

Here are a few adventurous, outdoorsy bachelorette trip themes for brides who love to get out there.

27. Winery weekend

Plan a getaway to wine country! Napa Valley, California, is famous for producing some of the world’s best wines. It’s a great place to rent a vacation home and get away for the weekend. While you’re there, visit some renowned restaurants in Santa Rosa, go for a hike along the Russian River, or visit the coast about an hour away.

28. Bae-watch beach bash

Take your bride squad to the beach and pack your best “bae-watch” bikinis. Your bachelorette beach party can include surf lessons, suntanning, and tropical drinks. Any beach destination would work for this theme, but a warm climate like Southern California or Florida is ideal.

29. Boots and bling before the ring

Get on your hat and cowgirl boots for this country-themed bachelorette party. This is the perfect theme for destinations like Nashville, Tennessee or Austin, Texas. Even though you’re dressed in Western attire, don’t be afraid to shine with sequins, flashy jewelry, and plenty of pinks.

30. The hunt is over

This jungle-themed bachelorette is like a mini-safari. Dress up in your favorite animal prints and explore the city of your choice. Let your bride show off her wild side — you can even complete the look with animal ears and tails as party favors.

31. Last swing before the ring

Is your bride a baseball fan? Head to a ballgame with your crew, dressed in your best flashy outfits. Bring signs and try to get your bride on the jumbotron! Beers and ballpark snacks are a must, but you can also pair this theme with a fun dinner or bar crawl after the game.

32. Flannel fling before the ring

For the outdoorsy type, a cozy, campfire-themed bach party is perfect for fall. Wear your comfiest flannels and head out for a weekend in the woods. This can be a camping trip or a getaway to a rustic cabin. Make sure you pack some marshmallows for s’mores, hot chocolate, and other tasty fireside treats.

33. Lake life weekend

Head to the lake for a laidback weekend with your crew. Activities can include canoeing or kayaking, fishing, swimming, or just tanning by the water. Head into the local town for dinner, or stay in your rental cabin and cook together.

34. Celebrating puppy love

If your bride is an animal lover, consider spending a day volunteering at your local animal shelter. Many shelters need volunteers to walk, play with, and help socialize their dogs. You might even be able to take the pups on a hike or spend a day at the park. The only challenge? Trying not to take one home!

35. Vail before the veil

A winter bachelorette party is perfect for a spring wedding — and there’s no better winter getaway than Vail, Colorado. Rent a cabin or book some hotel rooms and hit the slopes. Printed beanies are a great way for your group to stand out, whether you’re skiing, boarding, skating, or exploring town.

36. Jetset to the next adventure

For the international bride! Design bachelorette party invitations that look like passports, then serve food and drinks from around the world. This is a budget-friendly option to explore new places without actually leaving home.

37. Hiking and biking

Make it an active bach party by planning hikes and bike trips to whichever destination you choose. Enjoy the scenery, visit local breweries, and take plenty of photos as you go. This is the perfect theme for a casual yet adventurous bride who loves the outdoors.

Classy bachelorette party themes

For the elegant brides, here are a few themes that will make your crew feel like royalty.

38. High-tea party

Swap the mimosas for tea and enjoy a sophisticated tea party, complete with finger sandwiches, sweets, and imported chocolates. Party decorations should include florals and bright colors. If fresh flowers are in your budget, they’ll add an elegant touch to the table.

39. Painting and wine

Host a wine and painting night with your bride squad. This is a unique bachelorette theme as it lets you make your own souvenirs. You can attend a wine-and-painting class, watch a YouTube video for instruction, or just grab your paintbrushes and get creative. To keep it budget-friendly, ask every attendee to bring a bottle of wine and a snack. If you don't drink all of the wine, the bride gets to keep it for future use.

40. Brunch and bubbly

Enjoy a classy brunch with a full mimosa bar like this one. This can be the start of a longer bachelorette weekend or a standalone event. Decorations can include rose-gold balloons, flowers, and champagne bottle prints.

41. Chop it like it’s hot cooking class

Put your cooking skills to the test with a professional cooking class. It could be an in-person class at your local community center or an online class with a program like MasterClass. Pop a bottle of bubbly and get cooking while listening to the bride’s favorite tunes. For party supplies, consider cute custom aprons with the date and bride’s name!

42. Kentucky derby

Get “down and derby” with your squad. This theme is all about delicious Southern cooking and extravagant outfits. Make some mint juleps or sweet tea and hand out fun party favors like these fabulous hats.

43. Garden party

Embrace your inner fairy princess with a frilly flower garden party. Dress up in pastel colors — you can even hand out fairy wings — and host a brunch or lunch in a green garden. This is a great chance to try your croquet skills. Decorations include fresh flowers, floral prints, tiaras, and sparkles. Serve plenty of sweet treats and tea or cocoa.

Dress-up bachelorette party themes

If you and your crew love to get creative, consider these fun dress-up themes and bachelorette group outfit ideas.

44. Come On Barbie, let’s go party

She’s everything. He’s just (insert groom’s name). Celebrate your bride with pink everything, bright workout gear, and high heels at this Malibu pool party. You could choose classic Barbie attire or ask your goals to dress up as their favorite character from the Barbie movie. Other activities include rollerblading, a dance party, or hanging out on the beach.

45. Rockstars meet up

Party like a rockstar! Dress up as your favorite rockstars and hit the town. This is a great theme for a destination bachelorette party in Vegas or another big city. If your crew prefers to stay in, throw a karaoke party or play RockBand together.

46. Back to the 90s

Have your bride squad dress up in vintage outfits and dance to your favorite 90s bands. If you want to go out, bring a boombox and blast 90’s tunes as you travel from place to place. You can end the night watching 90’s movies and TV shows.

47. Celebrate the 80s

Channel your inner Madonna with this bachelorette theme featuring big hair and 80s tunes. Put on your best spandex outfits, slap RC cola labels on your drinks, and hit the town together. As a bonus, take your squad to a karaoke bar and perform like your favorite 80s artists.

48. Time for a masquerade

Throw a classic masquerade bash with your people. This is the perfect theme for a bachelorette trip to New Orleans — eat some jambalaya and beignets, throw on some masks and party beads, and let the good times roll.

49. Gatsby themed bash

Celebrate like it’s the roaring 20s with flapper dresses, jazz, and champagne co*cktails. For inspiration, check out this Great Gatsby party. This theme can be tons of fun for a house party or daytime pool party.

50. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Choose Tiffany-blue décor and pearls for this party. Ask your friends to wear their favorite black bachelorette party outfit and pair it with cat-eye glasses. Throw brunch at home or in a rented venue, then spend the day shopping and treating yourselves.

51. The Royal bachelorette

Make your bride feel like a queen. Take inspiration from The Crown and throw a royal English bachelorette, including teatime and English treats. As a bonus, you can pick your royalty era and dress up as Victorian or Edwardian royalty.

52. From muggle to Mrs.

If your bride is a Harry Potter fanatic, this is the theme for you. Make your own butterbeer, serve Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans, and sort your party guests into Hogwarts houses. Your invitations and décor should revolve around the theme: “We solemnly swear we’re up to no good.”

53. So fetch bachelorette

You can’t sip with us! Wear the classic pink outfits from Mean Girls and watch the movie together. Decorations can include burn book posters and cutouts of Aaron Samuels — maybe with the groom’s face. Print T-shirts with your favorite Mean Girls quotes as party favors.

54. Happily ever after

Celebrate your bride’s happily ever after with a fairytale-themed bachelorette party. Dress up as your favorite princesses, and make sure you give the bride a tiara. This is a great theme for a brunch or daytime bachelorette party.

55. F-R-I-E-N-D-S

It’s The One Where She Gets Married! Pay tribute to the late, great Matthew Perry with a groovy bachelorette party based on the hit 90’s sitcom. Dress in vintage 90’s clothes, print custom Central Perk mugs or shot glasses, and create an iconic yellow picture frame photo booth.

56. Unicorn glitter

For a girly bride who loves to go all-out, throw a unicorn glitter party. Tell everyone to wear their best sparkly outfits and hand out unicorn horns as party favors. This is one of the best bachelorette theme night outfits for an outgoing group who wants to attract plenty of attention when they hit the town.

57. Getting meowied

Is your bride a crazy cat lady? A kitty-inspired bachelorette can include cat ears, funny cat prints and T-shirts, and stuffed animals as party favors. One activity could be visiting a cat café.

58. The Bachelorette

She’s ready to give out her final rose. If your squad is renting a mansion for your party, why not celebrate like you’re on The Bachelorette? Wear stunning co*cktail dresses and binge-watch the series as you’re getting ready. For activities, pick your favorite date concepts from the show.

59. Sex and the city

Get inspired by the original iconic girl squad. This is a fabulous yet sophisticated theme for a bridal party that loves to dress up. Watch the TV series or movies as you get ready, then head out to your favorite co*cktail bar dressed as the characters.

60. Disney magic

Every bride deserves a magical bachelorette party. A Disney trip is an amazing choice for a destination bachelorette trip. However, you can also throw your own Disney Magic party at home with Disney-themed decorations, the bride’s favorite movies, and snacks and drinks inspired by the happiest place on Earth.

Find what you need to plan all your wedding activities at Zola

Once you pick your theme, it’s time to start planning. This is the fun part! You’ll find everything you need for the party, from bachelorette party shirts to the best venues and vendors, at Zola.

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How many days before your wedding should you have a bachelorette party? ›

A bachelorette party usually takes place around two months before the wedding, but can be thrown within weeks of the main event, too. We suggest planning this celebration a few months ahead of the big day so the bride doesn't feel overbooked with pre-wedding commitments so close to the date.

What does the bride pay for bachelorette? ›

Of course, there are no set rules, but typically the maid of honor and bridesmaids will split most of the cost of the bride's expenses while the bride herself pays for her own travel expenses and chips in for other things like food and activities.

What color to wear to bachelorette party? ›

Bachelorette attire should be based on the location and time of year of the party—Vegas calls for glitzy dresses, while matching robes and sweats can be for a spa weekend. The bride doesn't have to wear white—she can choose silver, pink, gold, or even yellow to stand out instead.

How far in advance should you plan a bachelorette party? ›

While the planning timeline varies depending on how elaborate the bachelorette party will be, three to six months in advance is a good rule of thumb. This will provide adequate time to understand the preferences of the bride and attendees as well as make the necessary bookings or reservations to flawlessly execute.

Do you get the bride a gift for the bachelorette party? ›

Unlike with bachelor parties, if you are invited to a bachelorette party, it typically has been appropriate to bring something as a present. With that said, times have changed and it isn't necessarily the case anymore. In fact, most people say it isn't necessary.

Does the mother of the bride go to the bachelorette party? ›

A bachelorette party usually consists of the bride's wedding party and a few close friends and family. However, some brides might include their mother and other important people that are completely unexpected. The guest list depends on what type of bachelorette party you envision.

What is the maid of honor responsible for paying for? ›

"We often see the maid of honor assist in covering the cost of the bridal shower (often in conjunction with a family member of the bride), covering her own costs and some of the costs of the bride for the bachelorette party (in conjunction with the rest of the bridesmaids), her own travel to and from the wedding, a ...

Who buys The Bachelorette party favors? ›

The Maid of Honor is usually in charge of the party swag and decorations, but since everyone will be wearing and using them, it is only fair to split the total cost.

What is the maid of honor responsible for? ›

Today, the Maid Of Honor & Bridesmaids will support & help the Bride prepare for her wedding. This can include planning bridal showers, engagement parties, rehearsal dinners, sending invitations, and wedding day tasks like decorating, dressing, and calming any wedding day anxiety.

Do bachelorette parties have themes? ›

Finding the right bachelorette party theme can be exciting for the bride-to-be and her besties! We have rounded up some of the best ideas for all the bachelorette party themes for some ideas and inspiration from Shrek themed, space cowgirl, and more!

Do bachelorette parties need a theme? ›

No, not every bachelorette party needs a theme. That said, if you're stuck on how to plan a bachelorette bash for your bestie, choosing a theme can be a great place to start. You can choose from so many unique theme ideas, from a sophisticated soiree to a wild night out on the town.

What is the most popular month for bachelorette parties? ›

So it makes sense that most bachelor and bachelorette parties happen in the spring and summer months—just a short time before wedding season hits its peak. According to the WeddingWire study, June is the most popular month for both bachelorette parties and bachelor parties.

What is a reasonable amount to spend on a bachelorette party? ›

On average, women spend about $250 per day on a bachelorette party, with one-day bachelorettes starting on the low end of around $150, and five-day bachelorettes reaching around $1900 on the higher end.

Who pays for bachelorette party? ›

Exactly who pays for the bachelorette party will depend on the specific situation, but most commonly, the cost is split evenly between the attendants. Everyone is responsible for covering their own expenses, such as meals and accommodation, while also splitting the cost to cover most—or all—of the bride's expenses.

Who pays for a bachelorette party? ›

Exactly who pays for the bachelorette party will depend on the specific situation, but most commonly, the cost is split evenly between the attendants. Everyone is responsible for covering their own expenses, such as meals and accommodation, while also splitting the cost to cover most—or all—of the bride's expenses.

How far apart should the bridal shower and bachelorette party be? ›

Typically, your bachelorette party would take place a few months before your wedding day. If you're being whisked away for a weekend or weeklong getaway, you might decide to host it even further ahead of your big day. Bridal showers happen much closer to the big day — often only a few weeks beforehand.

How soon before a wedding do you have a bridal shower? ›

Most bridal showers are usually held three weeks to three months before the wedding. The trick is not to plan it too far in advance or too close to the wedding date.

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