One of the most awkward parts of planning any bachelorette weekend is establishing what everyone can afford, then creating the budget for the weekend. In many ways, planning a bachelorette is just like planning a really intense party – and finances will play a huge roll in how the weekend will turn out.
Nashville is a mildly expensive city that is growing at a rapid rate. New bars, apartment buildings and hotels are cropping up everywhere, making it a very desirable place to visit. Add to that the fact that Nashville is one of the most popular bachelorette destinations in the United States, it would be hard to have a budget weekend in Nashville (though not impossible).
We have estimated the costs associated with a bachelorette weekend in Nashville below.
Nashville bachelorette weekend budget
The budget for a bachelorette party in Nashville will vary slightly depending on how fancy you want to go. Several line items, like lodging, meals and decorations will vary depending on if you eat out for every meal and demand a balloon arch. If you’re looking to have a smaller investment, certain things can definitely be skipped.
|Line Item||Total Cost|
|Lodging||$450 to $600 per night|
|Meals||$25 to $50 per meal|
|Decorations & Clothes||$500 to $1,000|
|Drinks & Bar Tabs||$300 per person|
|Transportation||$15 to $30 per ride|
|Tours & Busses||$40 to $60 per person|
The average cost for a Nashville bachelorette weekend is between $500 and $750 per person
The total costs may vary slightly, but you can expect to pay about $750 per person for a bachelorette weekend in Nashville (not including airfare). This number accounts for a group of 10 people staying three nights over a weekend during the spring, summer or early fall in Nashville.
If you have a smaller bachelorette party and opt for a more budget-friendly experience, the cost may be much lower.