You’ve dreamed of having a country-themed wedding ever since you were a little girl, from the horses grazing in the background to your favorite classic country album playing as you have your first dance. Now that it’s actually time for you to tie the knot, you might start to realize how much planning actually goes in to pulling off a wedding—including the perfect bachelorette party.

Whether you’re planning your own or you’re the Maid of Honor in charge of bachelorette party duties for a friend, these simple tips from Love Those Boots will provide some major inspiration for the perfect fun and rowdy bachelorette bash.          

 

  1. Choose the place. From the Western bar downtown to a secluded cabin in the woods, there are a number of great locales for a country-themed bachelorette party. Consider the bride’s personality before choosing a spot.
  2. Grab your getups. No good bachelorette outing is complete without some wild outfits, and for a country theme, you can’t go wrong with matching cowboy boots. Shop brands like Justin and Corral to find pairs that every bridesmaid will love. Top them off with skinny jeans, denim skirts and, of course, the perfect Western hat.                                                                                          
  3. Choose the soundtrack. If you’re throwing a house party or renting a beach house, cabin or other vacation getaway, you’ll want to make the perfect soundtrack to go keep the mood light and fun. Pick your favorite country songs, put them on an iPod or CD and let it play all night.
  4. Plan the meal. Before the fun begins, you’ll want to make sure that the bachelorette and her bridesmaids are well fed. If you’re throwing the party yourself, grill up some all-American burgers or even go out for dinner and drinks at your favorite barbecue spot.
  5. Play some games. No bachelorette party is complete without games, including a country-themed one. Rent a karaoke machine and sing along to your favorite country tunes, play Pin the Tail on the Pony or even take a spin on the bucking bronco at the closest cowboy bar.