Bachelorette Parties Double in 2003 - August 7, 2003
Hazel Park, MI August 7, 2003: Why have bachelorette parties become one of the fastest growing trends among women today? Why has Isdera Corp., operator of Bachelorette.com seen business double from July of 2002 to today?
Bachelorette parties are a natural fit for today's bride. Bachelorette parties are both a statement of equality and an antidote for overly formal bridal showers. Most of all, bachelorette parties are fun. Brides today want to have one and their friends want to throw it.
While not every bachelorette party is the same, they all seem to focus on celebrating both married and single life. Bachelorette.com reports that almost all bachelorette parties include a night of drinking and lavishing attention on the bride. Almost 80 percent of orders from Bachelorette.com include a tiara, veil, or other attire that calls attention to "Miss Bachelorette". Bachelorette party games are popular as well. "Pin The Macho On The Man", a variant of pin the tail on the donkey is a favorite as are piñatas and drinking games. Adult themed decorations are popular at home parties. Contrary to popular belief, less than 25% of bachelorette parties seem to include male dancers, Instead, most go to a local bar. No single formula works for every bachelorette party, and many options are available to meet the bride's tastes.
Throwing a bachelorette party is easier than ever. Unlike a bridal shower, formal invitations, attire, and location are not required. Bridesmaids like to use phone and e-mail for invitations. They dress to have fun, and often hold the party at a house, apartment, or favorite hangout. Some parties are planned months in advance, while others don't even allow enough time to bake a cake.
parties are fun, refreshing, and easy to plan. Why wouldn't their growth in popularity continue
Bachelorette.com is the Internet's biggest and best website for bachelorette party supplies. Tom Nardone of Isdera Corp. and Bachelorette.com is available for questions, comments or conversations at 1-800-809-0610.