Post # 1
One of my really good friends is getting married Feb. 27 and her Maid/Matron of Honor has asked for our assistance in coming up with a bachelorette party. There are only about 10 of us who would be invited, so its definitely a small gathering, but there are some stipulations. One of the issues is that the bride doesn’t drink, and she has requested that there be no drinking at the party. The other is that her 16 yo sister will be there, so everything has to be pretty clean.
We’re all having a hard time figuring out what to do (so far I think all we’ve got is Rock Band?) so any suggestions would be great!!
Post # 3
What if all the girls do something special together (not necessarily a “party”). Maybe a nice lunch and a spa day or something like that?
Post # 4
Tea party/cupcake party?
Scrap booking party? (Or anything that involves the bride’s hobbies. There are some places you can go to and make your own pottery.)
Hire a ballroom dance/hip hop/salsa/etc. teacher for a few hours to teach you girls some dance moves.
Show & dinner (ie Second City, ballet, theater, etc.)
Rock climbing excursion
Hope that helps!
Post # 5
Wow! @hazel …. I’m so impressed! Those are some amazing suggestions. It was really a stretch for me to come up with the one! Haha.
Post # 6
LOL, beachbride. Thanks. That’s coz I don’t drink either. (Just coz I don’t like the taste of alcohol.) So, through the years, have mastered the art of looking for alternative ways to hang out w/ the girls w/out alcohol. =)