(Closed) bachelorette parties?

posted 8 years ago in Christian
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Well I wouldn’t say my bachelorette was necessarily Christian, but I was adamant about no strippers or related activities. 

We went out to dinner, then went to a nice restaurant bar for some drinks.  We stayed the rest of the night in a hotel.  We had drinks, snacks and played fun games the rest of the night. 

One of my ideas was to have a spa day with some girls and a friend of mine went to a local winery with a few friends for her party.  A nice relaxing getaway is always a great idea in my book, even if it is only a couple hours in the spa!

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I am not into the stripper thing.  My girls and I are going out for a nice dinner in Chicago and then hitting up some night clubs and ending the night at a wonderful downtown hotel.  Nothing crazy, just a norm night with my best lady friends!

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

My sister planned my bachlorette party, and it was perfect.  Instead of having a “bachloretter party”, we had a lingerie party.  We invited all of my closest girlfriends over to my house (I lived with my parents at the time).  My sister made appetizers, snacks & dinner for everyone, and a friend of mine who makes cake made an adorable cake (attached below).  After that, we just chatted and hung out and talked about the wedding coming up, etc.  All the girls brought lingerie gifts.  After dinner & chatting, we opened all the lingerie gifts.  My sister had a cute little game where she hung each piece of lingerie up on a laundry string.  We all then “named” the piece of lingerie (example: Like a Virgin).  My sister wrote the names on two pieces of paper.  One that stayed attached to the lingerie and one that went into a little glass jar.  The game is that my Darling Husband has to pick out a name from the jar, and I have to wear that piece of lingerie for him. 

It was a lot of fun and made for a full low key night! : )

 

Post # 8
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

Is there an activity you can do together? I’ve heard of bachelorette outings painting pottery at Color Me Mine, going to a cooking class, or going kayaking. I also think you can never go wrong with an old school sleepover. 🙂

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

  Hi!

  I helped plan a bachelorette party for a friend who is not a big drinker or partier. Christianity is also very, very important to her. I was in her wedding about a year and a half ago. What we did was we went to Dave and Buster’s (pending on the time you go, you may be able to get in, or if someone in your party is 21 or older, that would work, too), played games, and then had a sleepover at her house. We also had limited budgets! It was really fun and what she loved. Think about what you’re into. Are you a big movie person? Do you love playing games?

  You could also go out to a fun dinner (a place like Shogun, where they cook the food in front of you, or the Melting Pot, pending on how much money you want to spend, or just a fun restaurant that you really enjoy) would be great! What I would love to do for mine is go to the Lake with some friends for an overnight/weekend (pending on schedules) and just hang out, shop, play games…fun stuff like that! There are also those Paint Your Own Pottery places, that could be fun if you are artistic.

  Let us know what you decide! 🙂

Post # 12
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2012

My idea of a bachelorette party is doing something super girly haha. I always wanted to have high tea with all my girlfriends or something.

Post # 14
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

Most of the ones I’ve gone to were very fun! We went to a fun city and had a lingerie party in the hotel room. Then we would go downtown and have a few drinks. Basically just hanging out with each other. But the bachelorette parties I’ve been to were not the night before the wedding. They were like a month before.

Post # 15
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

None of my friends have done the “traditional” bachelorette party with strippers.  We’ve had sleepovers, lingerie showers, nice dinners out, or some combo of those three.  We’re thinking about dinner, wine tasting, and a lingerie shower for mine.

Post # 16
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I’m a little late on this but when I was my sis’ Maid/Matron of Honor we went to a nice dinner and did gifts then went and played black-light laser tag. It was an amazing time! 

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