Your sister is getting married and you’re the maid of honor. It’s time to embrace the time-honored tradition of a hen party! Bachelorette Parties should reflect the personality of the bride. From raucous naughtiness in Vegas to a bicycling adventure in wine country, everything and anything is acceptable. My bachelorette party for instance, was a quiet weekend at the beach with my besties.
After you have an idea of what you’d like to do, it’s important to make a guest list – and to do that you’ll need to check in with the bride. Does she want just the bridal party? Close friends? Or all of the above, plus family? Planning the bachelorette party is your job, but paying for it isn’t so allow the guest list to be as big or as small as the bride desires. One point of advice, don’t invite anyone who hasn’t received an invitation to the wedding. Finally, it’s customary for guests to not only pay for themselves, but to also cover the cost of the bride’s activities. Consider this if plane tickets are a part of your festivities. Mixbook offers an assortment of cleverly designed bachelorette party invitations to make your job easier. Or if you’re in the mind to create something spectacular, Mixbook has custom invitations that you can build to your preference.
Mixbook wants to help you and the bride every step of the way so that her special day is memorable, unique and – most importantly – as stress-free as possible. In accordance to this desire, Mixbook’s wedding collection spans the gamut from wedding invitations to at-the-ready, thank-you cards.
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