A girls' getaway to celebrate the bride-to-be is the perfect excuse to explore a fun and interesting new destination you have always wanted to visit. We rounded up five cities best for a memorable bachelorette party getaway.
You are the bridesmaid pick that everyone was a little bit surprised by, and it's certain that you will fade into oblivion after the wedding.
I've mentioned things I would like to do and no one offers to help me at all. I need some help but they are always too busy or seem annoyed that I mention wedding things.
Some dramafied episode will happen. It just will. I've seen fistfights that ended the dancing part and major b*tchery between the bride's newer friends and older ones. I've seen food throwing between divorced parents of the bride.
Creeks had overflowed. Dirty, muddy water everywhere, way too high to drive through. Actually, impossible to drive through because you wouldn't get through it. You'd lose your car in it.
There are a few items on this list that may need further discussion.
Social media makes it easy and instantaneous to share photos with the rest of your bachelorette party group, but posting photos from the event can also create a host of problems.
Doing a wedding toast is a tricky thing. Your audience is a bunch of people who don't all know each other, spanning generations and traditions, some of whom barely know the people involved while others know them all too well. Even if you're comfortable with public speaking, it's a tough crowd.
If you're bride-to-be doesn't love the idea of a boozy bachelorette party, there are plenty of fun alternatives. A weekend with just the girls is an ideal time to bond with the bride and all of her friends.
While visiting the Golan Heights in Northern Israel several years ago, I felt the sudden need to relieve myself. Instead of heading back to the bus, t...
Whether it's something old, new, borrowed, or blue, for many brides, tradition is the foundation upon which the wedding of her dreams is built. No bride is the same and no culture celebrates the same traditions.
With the rising popularity of destination bachelorette parties, there are even more expenses to consider. We've put together a few tips so you can throw a budget-friendly bachelorette party without taking anything away from the celebration.
Don't let your bridal party behave like teenage slobs in your honeymoon suite on your wedding night, or you'll have memories you really didn't want.
Knowing your feelings ahead of time can save both you and your long distance friend from scenarios where she's logistically set up to disappoint you.
They've been with you through thick and thin and now you're ready to make it official -- with your bridesmaids that is!