Need ideas for bachelorette dinner ideas!

posted 3 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
132 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

You could do Italian style tapas/hors d’ourves. Something like: Caprese, antipasto platter, cheese and olives, meatballs, maybe a small pasta bar with one kind of pasta and a few different sauces. Each girl could seve themselves as much or little past as they wanted. You could have biscotti and and cannolis for dessert. And of course, lots of wine and sangria!


Or, if you want to keep it really light you could do a build your own salad type thing. A salad base with chicken, different nuts, veggies, fruit, dressings…

Post # 4
2627 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

How about fondue? Its fun, easy and very social.

Cheese fondue is easy and you can dip ham, apple, bread, broccoli etc. You dont have to have an actual fondue pot to make it work. (just google it)

you could also do a broth fondue and ask the butcher to slice beef very thin so it cooks in the broth.

And of course chocolate for dessert!

Post # 5
1980 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@MrsRight:  Agree with the pasta bar idea!

Post # 6
2818 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I planned (and paid for) my sister’s bachelorette party and did the same thing, hosted dinner and drinks at my house before going out. Btw, we spent essentially nothing at the club. After the club we came back to my house for a slumber party. I’m pretty sure everyone had a blast.

I did a pasta and martini pairing. I served meatlasagna, fetuccine alfredo with broccoli and chicken, macaroni & cheese and…something else, but I’m pretty sure there were 4 dishes to choose from. Then I pre-made 4 different martinis and let people mix and match. It was easy, filling and didn’t take a lot of day-of prep. On the coffee table, I had 2 kinds of dip and two kinds of chips and I believe there was fruit salad.

I did it all by myself with no help (except I outsourced the making of the lasagna to my mom). At the time I was in law school, so $200 seemed like a lot, but I fed and entertained 13 grown women with it!

Post # 7
71 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Build your own tacos!

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