By Jessica Gomez

According to UsMagazine.com, Meghan Markle will be having a bachelorette party, but she’s aiming for something inconspicuous and the opposite of flashy! The future princess wants a “celebration of friendship and love,” instead of a full blown bachelorette party. Both men and women will be present at this event to celebrate the love of the celebrity couple. “Meghan will be having a party but won’t be calling it her ‘bachelorette,’” a source says to Us Weekly. “Think low-key, think somewhere out of London, good food and drink, a little music. It won’t be wild.”  

In this celebrity news, Meghan Markle won’t be getting wild at her bachelorette. What are some ways to keep your bachelorette party fun, but low-key?


Cupid’s Advice:

A bachelorette party can be fun with or without wildness! Cupid has some tips for a fun, but tamed celebration:

1. Help plan it: You can help your best friend plan it. You’re the one that knows how tamed you want your bachelorette party to be, so you should be involved in the planning process somehow. Another option is to write up a dos and don’ts list to assist your bff plan your dream bachelorette party.

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2. Keep the guest list short: Invite those who are closest to you. Things are less likely to get out of hand when there are less people present. Ideally, you can invite 10 people. If you would like to invite a little more, then no more than about 20 is suggested.

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3. Spread the word: You have to let people know. Many times, it is assumed that the bachelorette party will be wild on some sort of level (ah, traditions!). However, it’s a smart idea to let your guests know of your intentions for the party ahead of time. This can help avoid flashy, wild gifts and party favors.

How did you or your friend plan a calm bachelorette party? Share with us below!