There are so many things to consider when you have been selected by the bride as her maid of honor. First of all, you should feel a lot of pride at that, because it means that you are an extremely trustworthy person that the bride trusts more than anyone else in the world to take care of her when she is in her time of need. Just think about it, and you probably know if you have gone through a wedding of your own, that weddings can be extremely stressful to plan. Between the color palettes, the guest list, the dress decisions, the food, and so on, there are so many things for a bride to have on her mind during the wedding planning process. She is sure to be stressed beyond belief. It is your job as her best friend and her maid of honor to make sure that everything goes well with this process. This includes going to dress fittings with her and going to check out catalogs for pallets and rental companies. However, you also need to plan activities and events for the bride to make sure that her stress levels stay at a manageable level. These activities and events can include visits to the massage parlor, spas, and even just taking her out to the bar on the weekend with some of her girls. However, there is one event that is super important for you to plan and for you to get exactly right, and that is the bachelorette party.
The bachelorette party is, arguably, the most important task that befalls on the maid of honor. The bachelorette party is such an important part of the wedding process, because it gives the bride a chance to have her one last night of being an unmarried woman. It's a chance for her to let her hair down and really go crazy without any repercussions. And planning a bachelorette party can be a whole lot of fun. It gives you a chance to test how much you know your friend, and how well you know how to plan a party for her. However, there are equally a ton of ways for you to mess up the planning of a bachelorette party. Many people who mess up on planning the bachelorette party don't realize that their problems could have been solved simply by choosing the right venue, or more specifically, the right venues.
The venues that you choose for the bachelorette party are so vital that choosing the wrong ones basically ruins the whole event. Many people mess up royally on this section of the party planning process because they relegate the bachelorette party to a mundane environment like a dining room or a living room and don't go beyond there. Can you imagine how dull this must be for the bride? She can hang out at home and drink wine literally any day of the week. You shouldn't confuse the bachelorette party festivities with the festivities one would plan for a baby shower. Instead, you need to plan a bachelorette party that allows the bride to really let her hair down and go crazy. You need to plan a bachelorette party that has multiple venues, so she can go around to all sorts of different venues and locations and paint the town red.
Now, we can appreciate that planning a bachelorette party with multiple venues often leads to one huge, glaring issue, and that is figuring out the transportation. Planning the transportation for any party or event can be a pain, but for a bachelorette party, it's like figuring out a Rubik's cube while blindfolded and never having seen the cube before trying to solve it. Many people don't even know where to begin because they've never had to plan an event of this scale before. There are simply so many factors to consider! One one hand, you have to worry about splitting everyone into different cars, and depending on how big your party is, this can mean you have a whole lot of cars that need to be factored into the occasion. And then you have to worry about all of those cars navigating traffic, which depending on the day of the party (more than likely will be a weekend night) can be a major pain. And then, at the same time, you need to worry about parking and hiked up parking rates. And then you have to organize a meet up spot with all of those different cars. And before all of that, you still have to figure out who your designated drivers will be! And we can tell you from experience that finding just one bachelorette party guest willing to designate drive is hard enough, and finding multiples is just about impossible. So what is one party planning maid of honor to do when it comes to figuring out the transportation for the bachelorette party that she is planning?
The best answer is to rent a luxury vehicle, specifically a party bus for the bachelorette party! This is the greatest, most safe option for a bachelorette party. You can circumvent all of the above mentioned problems, while being able to take advantage of all of the awesome features and amenities inherent with a party bus. Beginning with the interiors, they have comfortable, plush seats, LED lights that change color and set an exotic mood, and dancing poles and hardwood floors for dancing and going wild. There are also some nice entertainment features such as premium concert quality speakers with hookups for MP3 players and CD players, as well as flat screen televisions that can play DVDs at your leisure. On top of all of this there are beautiful, granite topped bar areas with functional coolers that can store whatever drinks you want. This means that you are able to drink alcohol on board party buses, which is totally awesome! This means that everyone can get everywhere safely while still being able to keep the party going. And since you have a party on wheels, you can go to all of the best destinations around such as bars, restaurants, clubs, strip clubs, casinos, and so on and so forth. There are literally no end to the possibilities with renting a party bus!
It's no secret that bachelorette parties and party buses go together like peas and carrots. You will be regarded by the bride and all of the party guests for thinking to rent a party bus for this occasion. This is most economical and sensible option when it comes to planning a bachelorette party -- hands down!
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