Bachelorette party before wedding

You need to think about where and how to cel­e­brate a bach­e­lorette par­ty before the wed­ding. After all, this is a great occa­sion to spend time with close friends, have fun and for­get aboutchores for a while.

If you do not know what kind of script to come up with for a bach­e­lorette par­ty, we offer you sev­er­al con­tests. Write down which con­tests you have select­ed and what props you will need. It is not nec­es­sary to pre­pare for this too care­ful­ly, the main thing is that every­thing be from the heart.

Also, warn your guests in advance so that they are prop­er­ly pre­pared for the hol­i­day. After all, you can arrange a themed bach­e­lorette par­ty before the wed­ding. For exam­ple, the bride can be a queen, and all the oth­er char­ac­ters are from fairy tales. Real­ize your most cher­ished child­hood dream on this day and it will remain in your mem­o­ry for­ev­er.

Funny contests for a bachelorette party

The most impor­tant thing at a par­ty is not to let any­one get bored. And com­pe­ti­tions and games for a bach­e­lorette par­ty will not allow this either for your girl­friends or old­er ladies. All com­pe­ti­tions for a bach­e­lorette par­ty can be held both at home and in any oth­er room.

  1. Feed me! This is a very fun com­pe­ti­tion for a bach­e­lorette par­ty. You will only need what is on the table. Par­tic­i­pants are blind­fold­ed and giv­en plates of food and spoons. You need to feed your cou­ple and do it very care­ful­ly. The pair that does the best job wins.
  2. Trans­fer care­ful­ly! Par­tic­i­pants are blind­fold­ed. The task is to pour water from a glass into anoth­er glass. In this case, you can only use a straw for a cock­tail. The one who spills the least water past the tank wins.
  3. Write a bride’s sto­ry. This is the most inter­est­ing com­pe­ti­tion at a bach­e­lorette par­ty. All guests remem­ber some­thing spe­cial about you. Let every­one talk about it. You can write it down on paper and then read it out loud.
  4. Farewell to the past. Every­one can par­tic­i­pate in this com­pe­ti­tion. Every­one has some moments in life that they want to for­get. Write it all down and burn it. Let this day be a new begin­ning not only for the bride, but also for many of her friends.
  5. Blind your loved one. This will be one of the fun­ni­est bach­e­lorette par­ty com­pe­ti­tions. Every­one will be able to show imag­i­na­tion. Give every­one bal­loons of var­i­ous shapes, tape and mark­ers. You can make the man of your dreams out of bal­loons (or you can come up with anoth­er task).
  6. Get to know your girl­friends. This bach­e­lorette par­ty con­test is for the bride. For this chal­lenge, ask all guests to bring their baby pho­tos. And then try to guess who exact­ly is depict­ed on them.
  7. “Rice Race” You will need bal­loons and rice. Pour rice into balls and inflate. All guests need to be divid­ed into two teams and put them face to face. Each team must pass the ball from the first per­son to the last using only the fork. If the bal­loon burst, the team is giv­en a new one and the game starts over. The first team to pass the ball across the row wins.
  8. Ques­tion answer. This com­pe­ti­tion for a bach­e­lorette par­ty will help cre­ate an envi­ron­ment con­ducive to sin­cer­i­ty. You can take a burn­ing match and pass it around in a cir­cle. The one for whom it stops burn­ing answers Fun competition for a bachelorette partyques­tion from the per­son on the right.
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What else can you think of for a hol­i­day?

Any­thing to lift your spir­its. Pre­pare songs for a bach­e­lorette par­ty before the wed­ding, order piz­za in a cafe, make a gift for each guest. Let it be small, but it will sym­bol­ize your friend­ship or the upcom­ing wed­ding. You can also dec­o­rate the room with posters ded­i­cat­ed to the bach­e­lorette par­ty.

These are just a few tips, ideas and con­tests for a bach­e­lorette par­ty. But if you take some­thing from them for your­self and add some­thing of your own, the hol­i­day will be won­der­ful!