Bachelorette Party Fit for the Bride

Our guest blogger, April Voris, recently threw her sister a bachelorette party! Check out April’s tips and must-haves when planning your bachelorette party  in her most recent guest post.

Not all bachelorette parties have to be cookie cutter. In fact, they shouldn’t be! They have to fit the personality of the bride. It is all about her and her chance to spend quality, pre-wedding time with her best gal pals.

My sister recently got engaged and, as a sisterly-duty, I was in charge of planning the bachelorette party. I want to share with you how we catered the party to my sister’s taste—but not without little help from the party experts at Swoozie’s!

We started off at the house for light snacks, lemonade, champagne and lingerie. The setting was perfect and right in line with my sister’s personality. I made sure everything was simple, but perfectly matching!

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The guests of the evening received “survival kit” party favors, which included a koozie, sunglasses, mints and ibprophen. I equipped my sister with a personalized sash and tiara. Of course, we had to add a fun frame that we could all sign. It was a night of wonderful memories and, with her new frame, it was a night my sister would never forget.

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Once we had some fun at the house we were off to dine and dance at a laidback little place on the bay, right up my sister’s alley!

Planning a bachelorette party? You can still save 15% in Swoozie’s wedding catalog with code: wedding15

April blogger photoGUEST BLOGGER: April is a mom of two to Ava and Aiden. She is a graduate of The University of Alabama and is a member of the Atlanta Tri Delta Alumnae Association. April is also active in the Atlanta non-profit community and sits on several boards including CURE Childhood Cancer.  On top of that she is also a business owner.  Be sure to give her a tweet at @aprilvoris.

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