9 Things Not to Do at a Bachelorette Party

Invite People the Bride Isn't Close to

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Traditionally, a bachelorette party was thrown according to however the bride and her social circle normally got together. However in the US bachelorette parties, like their male counterparts, have earned a reputation for being raunchy booze fests. It’s the last hoorah for a bride before she’s married and off the market. Sure, it should be a fun night to remember for everyone invited, but certain things should definitely be off limits.

1. Invite People the Bride Isn’t Close to

The most important aspect to a bachelorette party is making sure the bride is having fun. If you are privileged enough to be invited, don’t take it upon yourself to invite your best friend from high school because you won’t know anyone else except the bride. She invited each woman because they are special to her and play an important part in her life. Bachelorette parties are for bonding with your girls, not making friends with new ones. It’s not up to you to choose who she’s going to party with.