How to Come Up with the Best Bachelorette Party Playlist
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. You probably have been with your best friend from the get go, starting from choosing the wedding dress, looking at possible venues, the ceremony and reception’s color scheme, and many more, but the bachelorette party is one job you can’t afford to mess up.
One of the best things about an upcoming wedding is the party that precedes it. So, if you happen to be the one tasked to organize the bachelorette party, you have to give attention to 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?
But you’re not just bringing with you any type of music. Keep in mind that the party playlist will be the one that will set the tone for the rest of the evening. It’s a fun engagement, which means dance tunes are a staple. However, you do need to understand that even with dance tunes, you likewise will have to mix modern and classic ones.
Hyping Up the Party
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. Therefore, pick a song to hype everybody up. 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.
But you also can’t just go all-in with modern tunes, right? Today most popular songs are usually upbeat and fast, but you can keep it interesting by suddenly throwing in some throwback music. To make the night a lot more interesting and funny, go for music courtesy of Spice Girls, Madonna, Britney Spears, and even Cyndi Lauper.
Close Out the Evening With Sentimental Tunes
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.