(Closed) Baby friendly Bachelorette Party

posted 7 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
2192 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

We are doing a “Pure Romance”  ( ie. sex toy party) party to start mine. That way most of the ladies including my mom and Fmil can come to that if they want and then we will drink and all that.

I’m not a club goer so it’s going to be pretty laid back.

Post # 4
7431 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

I would just throw a party at home, and the make a plan so that maybe once the LO is no longer so dependent, you all have a girls weekend or something. Maybe once they throw their big party later, you can try to plan something bigger then.

You could do all kinds of stuff, Pampered Chef has a bridal registry, you can do Scentsy, Slumber Party..there are so many different types of party companies out now. Or you could just do a girlfriends night in

Post # 5
4824 posts
Honey bee

How about a themed party at home. Can you pump and leave the milk with your husband?

Maybe an around the world party. Each person makes an appetizer or dish and brings a bottle of wine from that country. When they RSVP they RSVP with their country so no one duplicates. Evite is great for this!

Then you could make little flags of the country and a label card so everyone knows what dish is what and from where. Maybe organize a blind wine tasting for a fun thing to do?

You could do a “name that tune” with songs from different countries and people have to guess what country it is. Play 10 and they can write their answers on a piece of paper. Then tally them up and the top three winners get a prize based on international foods (like wine, swiss chocolate and even a “gag” prize of a can of refried beans.


Post # 7
7431 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

@lefeymw: Great idea!! I think I might do that as one of my winter house parties, when we’re all itching to do something but can’t go out cuz its freezing

Post # 8
4887 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@Crisark:  I love PR parties, but lord have mercy, your Mom AND FMIL!??? Girl have you lost your mind?!  😉

What about a paint your own pottery place?  A lot of them allow you to bring your own booze too.

Post # 9
609 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

Is your sister okay with that? you may want to ask her what she wants to do. Not to be rude but this is about her not you. My Maid/Matron of Honor had a baby 2 weeks before my bachlorette party and she was still able to go and not have a baby there. She didnt stay the whole night or anything but she planned it out pretty well, with pumping and everything.

i dont know to me i would ask her what she wants to do and go from there. i would just be upset if my bachlorette party was focused around a baby.

what if you do something at your house like the “toy or sexy outfit party” and then have the other BM’s take her out afterwards? that way you can host the first party of the party and then she can do something fun out on the town for last part?

Post # 10
6010 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2009

Hmmm, with a one month old, I think I’d be more inclined to host a party outside my home so I didn’t have to clean up afterward.  🙂

My sister’s bachelorette was at a bowling alley.  If your sister is more into sports, a bowling alley or some sporting event (baseball game, etc…) might be fun.

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