- 7 years ago
- Wedding: March 2012
All my guests coming to my bachelorette party live withing driving distance, but after a night of drinking I’m assuming not everyone will want to drive home. I live in a small apartment and not everyone will be able to sleep here so I was thinking we could get join hotel rooms. The ones around here are roughly $110 and even splitting that between 5 or 6 girls of the 9 I’m inviting, that’s still an additional $22+ added onto dinner and the bar. So if we get hotels I was going to bachelorette games and then bars (not my prefered plan for the evening) but if no hotels I was thinking dinner, bowling and then a bar near the apt and have the boys pick us up (my fiance and I are switching weekends for our parties incase anything happens). Would it be a good idea to plan on getting hotels to be safe? Or just let people know they need to plan on getting a ride home and not party as hard for the night? Or should I just try to find out which girls plan on staying out and if it’s 5 or less (the capacity of my apartment) plan on my prefered plan (no hotel)?