Post # 1
Hi, I am going to be attending my bachelorette party, and although they tried to keep it a surprise, I know most of the details. Should I have gifts ready to thank them? I was thinking little survival kits(water,advil….waht else?), or cute necklaces…I am confused, anyone have suggestions?
Post # 3
I’ve never gotten a gift for hosting the bach party only gotten gifts for the shower. I did get a thank you card for the bach party. If they are doing the bridal shower and bach party all in the same day then yes get them a gift. Otherwise I say a thank you card will do.
Post # 4
Yeah, as a bridesmaid and as a non-bridesmaid attendee of bachelorette parties I’ve never been given a gift or favor for attending. A survival kit sounds cute and sweet, but will you be having girls attend who aren’t in your bridal party? In that case I’d say skip the gifts so you don’t have to figure out something else for them or make it awkward by only gifting some people.
Post # 5
I am about to attend my own bachelorette party. The girls are planning secret stuff for me too. We are going to the beach so I have made a little BP Gift bag as a thank you to all the girls going. I have beach towels, a pink lay for them to wear with their black dresses on the big night out, a cute lip gloss and then a few fun little gifts…like a hottie whistle and whatnot ;). I know this is not something most brides do, but I am so thankful for everything my friends have been doing that I wanted something sweet to be on their bed when we got to the hotel. Hope this helps!
Post # 6
Just keep in mind that most of the parties I’ve been too we have brought the fun things like the whistle, stickers, lays, boas etc. The bride shouldn’t have to worry with anything but herself. And most of the time we don’t tell the bride what we are getting so we can surprise them.
Post # 7
I haven’t heard of getting gifts for the bach party. But if you REALLY want to, I say go for it. But I personally probably wouldn’t. Have fun!!
Post # 8
Usually the hostess provides the favors for the guests and the bachelorette gifts the hostess(es) of the event something from her for hosting the party. This is the standard in my group of friends.
I have had two bachelorette parties and one to go. I have some great friends.
I did have a bachelorette party that all guests traveled to so I did a themed gift for that. It was the KY Derby so I did a mint julep cup filled with maker’s mark candy and mint julep drink mix.
The second one in Vegas I bought all the girls since they traveled a great distance a lunch.
My final one is a few weeks and I’m getting the hostesses a gift revolving around wine since my party will start with a private wine tasting before we head out for the night.
My friends have gone to a lot of trouble so I think is nice to say thank you whether with a card or a small gift.
Post # 9
you don’t have to, but it is a nice gesture!