Post # 1
Anyone have any ideas what to do for a bachelorette other than hitting a club? We are doing dinner then not sure what after that but I know I dont want to go to a club :o) what can we do late at night??? What did you do for yours if you didnt go to a club? Thanks
Post # 3
I was a guest at a bachelorette party where we went to a comedy show after dinner. Or would you be open to a piano bar? Those are popular in my area for bachelorette parties and definitely have a different vibe than just any old club. I’ve done that a couple of times too.
For my party, we did dinner at a fondue restaurant (dinner and an activity all in one!) and then went to a bar/restaurant where a live band was playing fun party music. I’m not the clubbing type either.
Post # 4
I like the comedy club suggestion. I also think going to a vinyard would be fun, though I don’t know what you consider “late”…if you’re talking after 11, then that probably wouldn’t work. I would also have lots of fun hanging out in a hotel room with my girlfriends, watching movies, and having fun snacks & drinks…but that’s just me!
Post # 5
replying for future reference.
Post # 6
@les105: The hotel idea is fun! Puts a slightly nicer spin on a girls’ night back at someone’s house!
Post # 7
I love the comedy club idea! Im going to look into that and yes some girls have hotel so that could be fun too!
Post # 8
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
@LauraRose: I have no idea yet what we will do for my bachelorette, but my Maid/Matron of Honor isn’t into going to clubs, and while I would like to, I want her to be comfortable and have fun. I was thinking that a dueling piano bar would be fun to go to after dinner.
Post # 9
I just found a pretty cool jazz/swing dance bar…seems cool. Its just hard because the age range at my bachelorette is so huge from my SIL (21) to FI’s grandma (75ish) so trying to find a happy medium is proving to be very hard haha. What do you think about a jazz/swing bar? Stupid?
Post # 10
My favourite part of my bachelorette party other than the dinner was hanging out in the hotel room before and after we went to the bar (which was a bit of a dud). It was awesome hanging out with some of my best friends!
Post # 11
@prisigtr: Dueling piano bars are a big hit in my area for bachelorette parties!
@LauraRose: That’s a possibility! Would you have a chance to maybe scout the jazz place out prior to your party to see if it’s something you would enjoy?
Post # 12
For my bff’s bachelorette weekend, we did one night “in” and one night “out.”
The night in was more fun! The Maid/Matron of Honor made a cake in the shape of a penis (which also tasted incredible, lol), we played wedding-related movies in the background while we drank, played games, listened to music, and ate dinner.
Don’t get me wrong- the night out was fun too, but staying in for an old-fashioned slumber party was a great time to bond and reminisce.
Post # 13
I will second the piano bar idea. That is what I did for my very small bachelorette party and we had a blast! We got a table right in front of the pianos and because I actually knew one of the piano players, I was brought on stage several times to do goofy stuff(ex: dance around or lead the crowd in cheers). I had so much fun though and def recommend a piano bar environment. Much better for a bride who thinks she is too old for the club scene(me at 34) or just hates clubs in general.
Post # 14
Go stay in a hotel for the night, bring someone in for a party i.e sex toy party, cosmetics party, lingerie party or jewellery party.
Play party games. There are plenty to find online.
Hire a massuese or someone to come in and pamper you.
I would personally love to walk around in a robe drinking champagne getting facials done and manicures.