Post # 1
I’m the MOH for my bffs wedding in mid October. She is having 9 bridesmaids and I am the only one over 21. The bride will turn 21 5 days before her wedding. Since we can’t really go out and party I was thinking about doing a little beach weekend getaway. It would be in early August because 7 of us have school starting later that month. The bride is also taking fall semester off and the 2 others work full time. It is hard as hell trying to coordinate 10 different schedules. Only 1 girl has said she might have a problem getting off and if she is the only one with a problem and no other weekend would work, does she just not go? What do I do in that situation? Also, since they are young, is there like some games or something we can do? What are some other fun things to do that age won’t hinder?
Post # 4
@ksn1219: My vote is for a spa day! I want a spa day so bad…but my MOH sister has other plans…
Post # 5
I went to one recently where we did a murder mystery game (we all got characters, had to try and figure out who did it and such). We had some under 21s there so this seemed like a good way to do something we could all participate in. It was also good since not everyone knew eachother, so this forced us to interact.
Post # 6
spa day– mani and pedis pay fro brides and urs but the rest of the girls pay their own.
chick flick movies and slumber party-popcorn and movie snacks paint everyone elses nails if that is more afforable
comedy clubs if they let general acess
is there a concert or a show-
there is a like a theater show- have all the girls get dressed up and go out for a night on the town with a fancy dinner
Post # 7
@Kit_Kath: I LOVE THAT IDEA!! I’m a criminal justice major and want to be a homicide detective so that would be perfect for my bach party lol
Thank you all for your ideas! I will definitely look into spas!
Post # 8
For my FSILs bachelorette party they went to this local arcade that has laser tag, mini golf, bowling, etc.
Post # 9
My maid of honor is my little sister who is under 21. We will probably do a spa day for the bachelorette party (especially since I’m not a huge drinker anyways)
Post # 10
- Wedding: May 2013 - Pavilion overlooking golf course scenery, reception at banquet hall
The first part of my bachelorette party was at one of those places where they give you a canvas, paints, and there’s an instructor at the front of the room painting a random photo and you follow along (our class was a cherry blossom tree/flowers). No one is artsy and everyone is terrible but it was a lot of fun (we had wine but obviously you don’t have to imbibe).
Post # 11
We did a spa day n then had a really nice dinner out, it was alot of fun!