In the pre-wed­ding prepa­ra­tions, I so want to escape from the has­sle. A bach­e­lorette par­ty does an excel­lent job with this task: the last bach­e­lor par­ty will help you escape from the hus­tle and bus­tle and have fun to the fullest! Don’t know what con­tests to orga­nize for your best friend’s bach­e­lorette par­ty? Use the list of TOP con­tests accord­ing to the wed­ding por­tal Chan­fash­ion .

Who organizes the bachelorette party?

The bride organizes a bachelorette party

If you want to do some­thing well, do it your­self. Until now, there is often a sit­u­a­tion when the bride her­self com­plete­ly orga­nizes the bach­e­lorette par­ty. On the one hand, every­thing will be as the hero of the occa­sion wants. But on the oth­er hand, this is an addi­tion­al respon­si­bil­i­ty and chores, which are already enough on the eve of the wed­ding. We still advise, if not com­plete­ly giv­ing the orga­ni­za­tion of the bach­e­lorette par­ty to your friends, then at least active­ly involv­ing them in the prepa­ra­tion and ask­ing for help.

bachelorette party competition
bachelorette party competition

The bachelorette party is organized by the main bridesmaid

The sec­ond option is to give the orga­ni­za­tion of the hol­i­day to the main brides­maid. This will great­ly relieve the bride, who is already busy prepar­ing for the wed­ding. Often this role goes to the best friend or close rel­a­tive, so the orga­niz­er knows the tastes and pref­er­ences of the bride. But we still advise you to unob­tru­sive­ly clar­i­fy the con­sent of the bride if some­thing extrav­a­gant is planned 🙂

The bachelorette party is organized by the bridesmaids

In our opin­ion, this is the best option for orga­niz­ing a bach­e­lorette par­ty. First­ly, the bride still has no idea about the details of the upcom­ing evening, and sur­pris­es are always nice 🙂 Sec­ond­ly, all the chores do not fall on the shoul­ders of only one of the girl­friends.

who organizes the bachelorette party
bachelorette party who does

We still advise you to choose the most respon­si­ble girl with orga­ni­za­tion­al skills from the com­pa­ny — you need some­one who will steer the process and con­trol the over­all plan. Next, think over and dis­cuss the con­cept of the par­ty and dis­trib­ute the tasks: one will book the loca­tion, the sec­ond will pre­pare every­thing for the com­pe­ti­tions for the bach­e­lorette par­ty, and so on. It is much eas­i­er to give all the par­tic­i­pants small assign­ments than to put the entire orga­ni­za­tion on the shoul­ders of one of the girl­friends.

What to consider when preparing competitions for a bachelorette party?

In order for all the invi­tees to have a good time at the bach­e­lorette par­ty, when choos­ing con­tests, con­sid­er the fol­low­ing fac­tors:

Guest lines

Who will be at your bach­e­lorette par­ty? Agree, home gath­er­ings, where your moth­er is also invit­ed, will dif­fer from an incen­di­ary par­ty in a club until dawn 🙂 There­fore, before think­ing over an enter­tain­ment pro­gram, deter­mine exact­ly who you are going to invite.

Company temperament

How do you and your friends spend your time? What kind of enter­tain­ment do you like? If you like heart­felt con­ver­sa­tions over a glass of Mar­ti­ni, then con­sid­er qui­eter con­ver­sa­tion­al con­tests. If not a sin­gle meet­ing takes place with­out danc­ing until the morn­ing, crazy ideas, dat­ing and karaoke, then appro­pri­ate con­tests should be select­ed to sur­prise even invet­er­ate par­ty-goers 🙂

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Venue for bachelorette party

The nature of the con­tests depends very much on the loca­tion where you will spend your bach­e­lor par­ty. For exam­ple, a friend’s house will feel more relaxed, since there are no strangers there, but it will not be pos­si­ble to make too much noise. A karaoke or night­club does­n’t have these vol­ume lim­its, but it will be more dif­fi­cult to hold qui­et con­ver­sa­tion­al con­tests. There­fore, when choos­ing a com­pet­i­tive pro­gram for a bach­e­lorette par­ty, be guid­ed by the fea­tures of the place where you will cel­e­brate.

Date

We always advise to hold a bach­e­lorette par­ty at least a week before the wed­ding, so that there is time to recov­er, relax and just recov­er from the con­se­quences of the par­ty 🙂 But, unfor­tu­nate­ly, it is not always pos­si­ble to set every­thing up per­fect­ly. If you find your­self in a sit­u­a­tion that you need to spend a hol­i­day on the eve of the wed­ding, then con­sid­er qui­eter enter­tain­ment. First, extreme fatigue and a hang­over will def­i­nite­ly not help on your wed­ding day. And sec­ond­ly, over­ly active com­pe­ti­tions can be trau­mat­ic — so you should refuse a bach­e­lorette par­ty at the climb­ing wall or bal­ance com­pe­ti­tions, sud­den­ly it won’t heal before the wed­ding 🙂

bachelorette party contests
bachelorette party contests

Best Bachelorette Party Contests

Chan­fash­ion pre­pared a list of com­pe­ti­tions for a bach­e­lorette par­ty for you to make it fun. And at the end, you will find bonus enter­tain­ment for a bach­e­lorette par­ty, which will help you remem­ber this day for a long time!

1. Competition for the knowledge of the groom

Before the hol­i­day, the brides­maids will have to play jour­nal­ists and find out infor­ma­tion from the groom. Ques­tions can be pre­pared as the lev­el of dif­fi­cul­ty increas­es: for exam­ple, start­ing with a favorite movie or dish, and by the end mov­ing on to plans for the future, details of a job, or brand of car that he dreamed of as a child. At the bach­e­lorette par­ty itself, the brides­maids will ask the same ques­tions about the soul­mate of the bride. For wrong answers, you can come up with penal­ty tasks 🙂

2. Timer

For the com­pe­ti­tion, you need to pre­pare: pieces of paper, a pen, envelopes and mobile phones of the par­tic­i­pants. In advance or already with your girl­friends dur­ing the bach­e­lorette par­ty, come up with dif­fer­ent tasks — from sim­ple to more vivid and com­plex. Then put the tasks in envelopes, shuf­fle and write dif­fer­ent times on the envelopes. It is impor­tant that you do not know which task is hid­den in each enve­lope 🙂 Each of the par­tic­i­pants sets an alarm clock on her phone for a cer­tain time (one of the options writ­ten on the envelopes).

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Dur­ing your par­ty, alarm clocks will peri­od­i­cal­ly ring, call­ing on the par­tic­i­pants to com­plete the task.

bachelorette party contests
bachelorette party games

3. family history

For the com­pe­ti­tion, you only need to pre­pare a sheet of paper, pens and the imag­i­na­tion of the par­tic­i­pants.

The task of the guests of the bach­e­lorette par­ty is to come up with their own ver­sion of how the future fam­i­ly life of the cou­ple will devel­op. Each of the girl­friends writes only one sen­tence and folds the piece of paper so that the next par­tic­i­pants can­not see the text, and pass­es it on in a cir­cle so that the next guest con­tin­ues the sto­ry. At the end of the game, the bride unfolds the paper and reads the sto­ry aloud.

4. Unboxing

For the com­pe­ti­tion, you will need a small gift for the win­ner and many dif­fer­ent types of wrap­ping paper: print­ed, cor­ru­gat­ed, foil, craft, etc.

Wrap the prize in one of the lay­ers of wrap­ping paper and attach a paper stick­er with a rid­dle to it. Rid­dles can be any­thing: log­i­cal, fun­ny, on knowl­edge of the biog­ra­phy and tastes of the bride, or about fun­ny cas­es in your com­pa­ny. When the rid­dle is ready and fixed, wrap the gift in the next lay­er and pre­pare a new rid­dle. Repeat the pro­ce­dure sev­er­al times. The more lay­ers, the more volu­mi­nous the gift will look like — and the more inter­est­ing it will be to fight for it 🙂

At the bach­e­lorette par­ty dur­ing the game, the girls will take turns remov­ing the pack­ag­ing lay­er: if the par­tic­i­pant has solved the rid­dle, then she removes the next lay­er. If not, he pass­es the prize to anoth­er girl­friend. The gift will be received by the one who solves the last rid­dle and removes the pack­ag­ing to the end.

In order for every­one to par­tic­i­pate in the game, it is bet­ter to arrange a com­pe­ti­tion for a small com­pa­ny, or pre­pare sev­er­al gifts for two or three teams.

bachelorette party entertainment
bachelorette party entertainment

5. What’s in a name?

Ide­al for a bach­e­lorette par­ty in karaoke. The task is this: each of the par­tic­i­pants must remem­ber and sing as many songs as pos­si­ble, where the name of the bride is men­tioned. If the name of the hero of the hol­i­day is quite rare, you can count songs about the wed­ding and brides, or choose some fun­ny word and look for it in the songs.

The girl­friend who remem­bers and per­forms the most songs wins the game. But, usu­al­ly, the karaoke spir­it cap­tures so much that very quick­ly every­one stops count­ing points and just rush­es to the micro­phone 🙂

6. Stocks for all occasions

Wom­en’s hand­bag is fraught with many secrets!

Before the com­pe­ti­tion, you need to pre­pare a list of things that can be found in a wom­an’s bag: from rou­tine to the most unusu­al. Then each item receives a cer­tain num­ber of points: for exam­ple, 1 point will be added for lip­stick, 2 points for wet wipes, 4 points for nylon tights, and so on. The more unusu­al the item, the more points award­ed for it. You can also high­light the nom­i­na­tion for the most orig­i­nal item found, adding 7 points for it. It is nec­es­sary to encour­age a girl­friend in the game who car­ries a set of screw­drivers with her 🙂

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Then, on the bach­e­lorette par­ty itself, you need to col­lect the hand­bags of all the girl­friends and start the audit, simul­ta­ne­ous­ly record­ing the scores of each. The win­ner will be the one who scores the most points.

To make it more inter­est­ing, it is bet­ter not to warn about the com­pe­ti­tion before the hol­i­day.

7. bar competition

Let the brides­maids prac­tice the art of mix­ing cock­tails.

For the com­pe­ti­tion, it is worth prepar­ing glass­es of var­i­ous shapes, alco­holic and non-alco­holic drinks, fruits, berries and cock­tail dec­o­ra­tions. Unusu­al ingre­di­ents can add inter­est 🙂

bachelorette party games
bachelorette party games

The task is as fol­lows: each of the par­tic­i­pants in the com­pe­ti­tion must pre­pare a cock­tail and choose the most appro­pri­ate name for it, relat­ed to men or fam­i­ly life.

The prize goes to the girl who will pre­pare the most unusu­al cock­tail with the orig­i­nal name. The main thing at the hol­i­day is to sur­vive the tast­ing with­out unpleas­ant con­se­quences 🙂

8. Date Ideas

For the com­pe­ti­tion you will need: small pieces of paper (you can use col­ored stick­ers), pens, a jar or a box.

The guests of the bach­e­lorette par­ty write sev­er­al ideas for dates. Options can be very dif­fer­ent: from din­ner in an unusu­al restau­rant to a para­chute jump togeth­er, from a pic­nic to a spon­ta­neous trip to anoth­er city for the week­end. In order not to repeat them­selves, girls can dis­cuss options among them­selves. In addi­tion, dur­ing a col­lec­tive brain­storm, the brides­maids will very quick­ly write down the most obvi­ous options and start gen­er­at­ing real­ly cool ideas! We pro­pose to award the par­tic­i­pants in sev­er­al cat­e­gories — for exam­ple, the most roman­tic, the most crazy and the most orig­i­nal date.

But the real win­ners are future new­ly­weds, because now they have at least a year’s sup­ply of orig­i­nal dat­ing ideas 🙂

bachelorette party contests
bachelorette party competition

Bonus Entertainment: Video to the Future

To keep the mem­o­ry of the bach­e­lorette par­ty for a long time, record a short video with an appeal to the future. Let each of the brides­maids share their guess­es about how their future fam­i­ly life will turn out, give a task (for exam­ple, put aside all busi­ness and go on a date right tomor­row) or sim­ply wish the cou­ple some­thing pleas­ant. It will also be cool if you cap­ture short moments of fun from the hol­i­day itself. The main thing — with­out com­pro­mis­ing evi­dence 🙂

This video can be reviewed on a wed­ding anniver­sary or just at friend­ly gath­er­ings.