Bachelorette parties are a modern trend; anyone can host one of these parties for the bride-to-be. Generally the made of honor, a close friend, relative, cousin, or colleague throws the party. Just as the groom's friends and colleagues take him out before the wedding for a night of revelry, a bachelorette party is a memorable day out for girls with their soon-to-be-married friend.

The best bachelorette party decorations are always in tune with the location. Limousines and coaches can turn bachelorette parties into fascinating events. A party on wheels would give the bride and her friends some memorable moments.

A bachelorette party can start off with a dinner at a friend's place or a restaurant. Installing a temporary bar inside the venue is a great idea - whether it is a friend's house, a weekend hideout, an office room, or even a far away resort. Spruce up the place using props that will enthrall the bride. A host table to hold wrapped party favors and prizes is a must. For a home party, festive lights can be hung from the walls, with hanging balloons all around. Hunky door curtains, bachelorette party door signs and hangers, car window signs, erotic water guns, cake toppers, vibrant and sassy candles, Guy on the Cake plates, and party lights are common bachelorette party decorations. Gifts including nostalgic memorabilia are always enjoyable; and, fun toys such as inflatable body parts and sexual accessories that the bride would otherwise hesitate to buy for herself make bachelorette parties livelier. Things she had always wanted such as massage oils and handcuffs, trendy underwear, and erotic novelties are fun gifts.

Audio-visual lighting and special arrangements add flair and drama to the event. Laser light shows, pyrotechnics, and other visual effects create the impression of a mammoth show. Spotlights placed at vantage points can be targeted at the would-be-bride at specific moments, adding spice to the bachelorette party.

Bachelorette party decorations give unending scope to let loose creativity and resourceful thinking.