Post # 1
Since it’s only the MOH and I on the “girls side” of the wedding party, we decided to do a nontraditional bachelorette party. She and I are heading to Cabo San Lucas for a week to relax and drink cosmopolitans.
This got me thinking. What are the other Bees doing for their last hurrah?? Traditional bachelorette parties or something out of the norm??
Post # 3
Well right now my BFF and I are planning our weddings together! So we plan on having a bachelorette party in Jan in NAPA VALLEY!!! We love wine and are over the party scene so we thought this would be ideal for us!
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Pretty traditional. I would have wanted to do wine tasting in Santa Barbara, but two of my bridesmaids don’t drink at all and two of them won’t come (step-sisters; we’re not close) so I wanted to do something closer to home where my other friends who are not bridesmaids could participate. We’re going out for dinner and drinks (which the non-drinkers of the group are welcome to come along and have soda and keep me from embarrassing myself! ;).
Post # 5
I’m so glad to see some destination bachelorette parties! I’m hoping for either New Orleans or Miami – whichever flight is cheaper, and I’m not having the other gals pick up my part of the tab.
Post # 6
Wine tasting and Napa Valley sounds awesome!!! We might have to have a girls weekend there some time next summer. Fun!
Post # 7
I wanted to do something I had never done before. So, we are taking pole dancing lessons followed by drinks, dinner (at Grinders – it sounds so dirty and bachelorette party perfection), more drinks and a slumber party at a bridesmaid’s house. I can’t wait. Is it October 17 yet (bachelorette party day)?
Post # 8
I work for a dance company and they do so many bachelorette parties, they have everything from bellydance you can make a arab party with henna, bellydance and tarot readings. Most girls do the poledance lesson and they have male dancers, body painting, airbrush tattoos. They even started JAMES BOND gun shooting, that was cool. If you girls on in Montreal area we can hook you up at your house/hotel or at the studio!!There is soooo many ideas but a dance class is really fun as EVERYBODY participates and it is a good party starter and ice breaker for people if they don’t know each other!!Jem
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
I don’t know what we will do for mine (it won’t be for a while and it will be a surprise) but I just helped plan one of my best friend’s and it was SOOO fun! We took a pole dance/strip dance class, had dinner at a tapas/sangria place and then went out dancing! We dressed her up in lots of penis paraphenalia and we had some fun stuff for us as well, so we caused a big scene wherever we went…We also gave her a checklist of things she had to do by the end of the night, hilarious….Seriously, one of the best nights ever!