A 10-Point Plan for Celebrations (Without Being Overwhelmed)

The Best Playlist for a Bachelorette Party

Finally, one of your best friends is getting hitched, and while you and the rest of the gang is certainly excited about the wedding, you can’t hide the fact that you also are pretty much ecstatic about the upcoming bachelorette party. Yes, you’ve been quite busy as of late helping your best friend prepare for the big event and you’ve been the since day one; from choosing the wedding venue, looking at the prospective dresses, and other stuff; but one thing you can’t miss out on is prepping for the bachelorette party.

As someone close to the bride, you know for a fact that the party coming before the actual wedding is a can’t-miss opportunity. And if you’re tasked of putting the bachelorette party together, you should be mindful of the party playlist. Of course, there are so many important things to handle, including the venue, food, and drinks, but how are you supposed to party without the ideal music?

Anyway, the fact that you’re playing your music in a rather unique party means you can’t just pick anything you fancy. Don’t forget that the party playlist will set the tone for the entirety of the evening. Since the event and entire night will be about having the most fun, it means you should include dance tunes for all the girls to go get crazy with. However, you do need to understand that even with dance tunes, you likewise will have to mix modern and classic ones.

Getting the Party Hyped Up

You obviously are pretty much aware that the first tunes in the party will dictate the kind of atmosphere for the entire night. You might want to choose songs that could hype up everyone. For one, you shouldn’t miss out on Beyonce’s proven track for bachelorette parties, “Single Ladies.” You also might want to throw in there Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars, Katy Perry’s “Fireworks,” and some more modern pop and dance hits.

Throwback Tunes

But right after the fire starter, you also need to tune down a bit. Today most popular songs are characterized as fast, upbeat, and loud, but you can’t just leave old-school jams behind, even in a bachelorette party. If you want the guests to appreciate your kind of music, give them something to reminisce and laugh at the same time; say like the tunes of Britney Spears, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, and even the Spice Girls!

Closing Out the Evening

At the tail end of the event, it’s time that you switch to more sentimental and slower tunes, the idea of which is to have the best music possible in celebrating your friend’s upcoming marriage, your sisterhood, friendship, and support for her.