The Bach Launches First Bachelorette Party Planning Site

The Bach LogoBachelorette parties are one of the most exciting and fun pre-wedding events, but planning them can be a daunting task. Until now, that is! We’re pleased to announce the launch of The Bach, the first online platform for planning bachelorette parties!

The Bach is free and helps users discover best bachelorette party venues and activities in the top 75 destinations in North America, build an itinerary, create invitations and coordinate with a group of guests – all on one user-friendly website. According to the recent The New York Times article, bachelorette parties are becoming more elaborate, so the launch of The Bach is particularly timely!

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Having helped plan more than a dozen bachelorette parties, I know how parties that should be fun can instead cause a lot of stress. We wanted The Bach to be a comprehensive resource to help women plan anything from a simple bar night to an elaborate bachelorette weekend in an unfamiliar city with several out of town guests – Joanne Barken, founder and CEO of The Bach.

The Bach features a list of vetted restaurants, bars, spas, party buses, activities, and adult venues in a variety of price points and atmospheres in the top 75 destinations in North America.

A user planning a bachelorette party in Austin, for example, can find the perfect dinner spot in her desired price range and vibe among a dozen recommended, well reviewed local restaurants guaranteed to welcome a group of her size. She can then build an itinerary, request feedback from other guests, send out electronic invitations and monitor the responses.

The Bach blog offers tons of bachelorette party planning tips, real bachelorette photos and contests.

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We’re very excited to work with The Bach on helping them change the way American women plan their bachelorette parties!



Sasha Vasilyuk is the founder of I Do PR and an award-winning journalist who has covered travel, culture and business for Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, San Francisco Chronicle and others.

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