How to Come Up with the Best Bachelorette Party Playlist
Once one of your closest girl friends eventually gets hitched, everyone in the circle of friends is excited with the big day, which is the wedding; but then again, you can’t deny the fact that your mind is more occupied right now with what’s happening in the equally exciting bachelorette party. It may be true that you’re very busy with helping your best friend handle all the essential stuff in the wedding preparation, but mind you, you can’t afford to fail in your job of organizing the bachelorette party.
It’s hard to argue that one of the best things to expect for an upcoming wedding is the party taking place before the big day. As the person given the responsibility to throw this party for the bride, you need to value the importance of coming up with the best possible bachelorette party playlist. Although you usually will focus on other important aspects of the party like the venue, food, and drinks, any kind of party will never be that exciting and fun without the ideal music.
But you’re not just bringing with you any type of music. 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. But you have to be sure you are mixing modern and contemporary tunes and classic ones.
Getting the Party Started
Keep in mind that for any bachelorette party, the first tunes to come out will make or break the fun atmosphere for the entirety of the event. 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.” Aside from Beyonce, get all guests fired up with songs like “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk, Katy Perry’s “Fireworks,” “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars, and Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.”
But you also can’t just go all-in with modern tunes, right? 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
Lastly, the best way to end the night is by playing some slow music and change the atmosphere into a more sentimental one for celebrating your friend’s transition in life, friendship as a whole, and a showcase of your support to her.