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How to Throw a Bachelorette Party in Miami

Updated on January 2, 2014

Hosting a bachelorette party for that one-of-a-kind bride-to-be? If she’s the type who is ready and willing to have a little (or a lot) of fun, you’ll want to plan your party in Miami. The planning process of a bachelorette party can be chaotic. Reservations must be made, restaurants should be booked, and activities should be planned well in advance. Get started with this simple guide on how to throw a bachelorette party in Miami.

Really get to know the bride. If you’re best buds, you probably already know the Bachelorette’s “dream party”. If she’s the type who is socialable and isn’t afraid to get a little wild, a night out in Miami is the perfect option. Even brides who are a little more reserved can have the time of their life in South Beach. With tons of shopping, entertainment, live shows, and spa retreats, your entire day will be packed with fun that will leave you wanting more.

Consider who you’ll invite. Many times, a bachelorette party is more fun when you invite just a few of your favorite gal pals. Avoid any personality clashes, as you’ll want this event to be completely stress-free. The best option is to ask the bride-to-be who she wants to have at her party, and honor her wishes.

Plan where you want to go and when. Since you’ll only have a day or two to enjoy your bachelorette party in Miami, you’ll want to maximize your time by planning out your days. Consider what places you want to eat at, what nightclubs you want to visit, and where you want to stay. Avoid overfilling your day, as this can make it stressful when you are forced to hurry from one place to another. The idea is to have a fun and relaxing day that the bride won’t soon forget.

See the things you’ve always wanted to. You’re in Miami and there’s no better time to do and see all the things you’ve been wanting to. Soak in the sun at South Beach, take a stroll around the art deco buildings and reminisce about the golden era of architecture, dine in style at the glamorous The Forge, or any other classic Miami restaurant. If you’re lucky, you may even catch the famous Chippendales live at Manson Miami. There’s never a dull moment when you see these hunky men hit the stage.

Take care of any costs and bookings before hitting Miami. As you’ll also have a basic understanding of the costs of the trip, you’ll be less likely to become frustrated when costs start to add up. It can be helpful to create a budget that includes everything you’ll need for a successful bachelorette party. This should include food, drinks, hotel accommodations, tipping money, and additional cash for activities, shopping, and live shows. Determine how much it will cost per person and let all attendees know in advance.

Planning a wedding can put a tremendous amount of stress on a woman. Being her best friend, it’s your responsibility to show her the time of her life during her bachelorette party. Make the process of finding fun things to do a cinch when you head to Miami for the big event. With plenty of sun, shopping, and activities, the bachelorette party is sure to produce memories that will last the test of time.


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