Virtual bachelorette party isn’t a dream scenario for the bride-to-be, but it’s still possible to make her feel special, without risking anyone’s health. Wondering when to send the invitations and should you play games? Here’s everything you need to know about the virtual bachelorette party etiquette.
Who should throw a virtual bachelorette party?
Maid of honor should throw a virtual bachelorette party. If needed, she can delegate tasks between close friends or bridesmaids.
When to throw a virtual bachelorette party?
Since there are no travel arrangements, you can throw the celebration whenever you want. If there’s alcohol involved, don’t have the bachelorette party a day before the wedding. Anywhere between 1 week and 4 months before the wedding is suitable.
Where to host a virtual bachelorette party?
Zoom is very popular, but there are a lot of good alternatives. Facebook rooms, Houseparty, Skype…
Who should be invited?
Everyone you would like to be there in person! This includes close friends, female family members and the bridal party.
Should you send invitations?
Yes. After all, this is a party. You can send digital or physical invitations. Don’t forget to include date and time, link for the virtual meeting, explanation of the virtual event (how it works) and RSVP.
What about food and drink?
You can send the girls a recipe for the signature cocktail and ask them to prepare it for the virtual party. You can also send them refreshments before the event – mini bottles of champagne, wine, cookies or some other food/drink.
Should you play games?
Transform your favorite bachelorette activities into virtual games! Some of the most popular games are: Porn or polish, Dirty would she rather, Dirty little secrets, Dirty minds.
What are your thoughts on virtual bachelorette party etiquette?
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