7 Affordable (and Thoughtful) Bachelorette Party Gift Ideas
Should you bring a gift to a bachelorette party? Here are some ideas to spark your imagination.
Weddings are expensive for pretty much everyone involved. If you’re close with the couple tying the knot, you might attend anywhere between 1-5 wedding events, all part of the celebration—and nearly every one requires you to bring a gift (yes, I think this is ridiculous, but it’s the wedding system in which we live). The engagement party, the bridal shower, the wedding itself. But what about the bachelorette party? To gift or not to gift?
A friend and I had this debate before attending our first bachelorette extravaganza a few years ago. We decided, yes, better to bring a small gift. Of course you can make the call on a case-by-case basis, and even if your bachelorette doesn’t want to do a…bachelorette…a small gift is still a nice way to celebrate the pending nuptials.
So if you do decide to gift it up, what do you get? Here are a few ideas to spark your imagination:
Of course, what you want to spend will depend largely on what the bachelorette plan is—if it’s a destination party (anywhere you need to pay for a hotel and/or flight), you’ll probably want to go inexpensive on the gift—or forego it completely.
But remember, the bachelorette party is just that…a party. And even though you might not be into all the hullabaloo associated with weddings, they can be a lot of fun. In the end, it’s a good time when you’re celebrating with your loved ones and their loved ones. Gift or don’t gift accordingly, and enjoy!