Charleston girls’ weekends + bachelor/ette weekends: Frequently Asked Questions
Does filling out a form mean that I'm locked in? No, of course not! Once we receive your party form, we'll get back to you with more about what we can do for your Charleston girls’ weekend or bachelor/ette party. Ideally, we’ll set up a call to get more details & walk you through the process; if you’re more comfortable communicating via email, that’s great, too!
How does it work? To get started, we’ll ask you to fill out our inquiry form (or book a call if you’d rather!). All parties & weekends can be booked together by the group coordinator (maid of honor, best man, or other designated planner). Within 48 hours, we'll send you an email or set up a call to find out any extra details & start planning your best weekend ever!
What will happen on our phone call? Learn about every step of our process by clicking right here.
What will happen after our phone call? Learn about every step of our process by clicking right here.
Can members of my group pay separately? Yes! Collecting money from friends is such a hassle, isn't it? Once we've figured out plans for your weekend, we'll get the emails of everyone in your group & invoice them separately.
What kinds of things will you ask us about? The form is simple: we'll ask you more specifics about the party's travel preferences so that we can book hotels, beach houses, or cottages, activities, and recommendations for your weekend. We'll also ask for a few other tidbits of information (the bride's favorite candy, if y’all want to try seafood, allergy info, etc) so that we can make sure your weekend is absolutely perfect & personalized to YOUR group’s tastes!
What happens after we book our trip? We'll get any additional details that we need from you after we receive your custom form; we'll also ask for a deposit before your booking is finalized! From there, we’ll get started planning — find out more by visiting our process page. We promise we’ll make this easy!
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