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As a millennial, I haven’t had too many friends marry before the age of 30. My generation tends to push nuptials back into their thirties and even forties. That being said, I have, at this point, been to a couple of bachelorette parties for brides in their twenties, and some for those in their thirties, and boy are those different animals. Marriage can represent different things to a woman in her twenties versus one in her thirties, which can influence the vibe of the bachelorette party. Furthermore, women in their thirties just can’t party the way those in their twenties can. That includes me! I’m often a little terrified when I receive an invitation to a bachelorette party these days. No matter how old you are, or the bride is, there is some expectation of wildness on these nights, but not everyone can handle it. Here is how bachelorette parties change when the bride is over 30.

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You make time for naps

If it’s a multi-day event, in the agenda, you’ll find time for naps. It’s not back-to-back activities and partying. There are real, scheduled gaps in the festivities for “down time” or “nap time.” And everyone participates.

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