Do remember that everyone has a life outside of you and your wedding. Between children, jobs and finances, a week-long bachelorette trip might not be the best plan for everyone. Be considerate.
Don’t assume everyone is paying for your whole evening/event. Bring money and don’t expect anything.
Do plan the date well in advance and preferably at least two weeks before the wedding day. You’ll want the weekend before your wedding to finish any last-minute details, not spend it recovering from a hangover.
Don’t feel you have to invite everyone on your wedding guest list. The bachelorette can be for just the wedding party plus a few select guests. Or, have a dinner or pre-event to which family can attend, and then head out on the town with your closest besties.
Do speak up and voice your opinion about what you want to happen. If you don’t want any “adult entertainment”, make that very clear.
Don’t spend all night texting your significant other. Let loose with your friends and give them your time.
Do a final check-in with your partner before your bachelorette/bachelor parties. Lay down some ground rules
and respect each other.
Don’t pressure your friends into uncomfortable situations. Not everyone enjoys a greasy stripper.