Post # 1
Hi everyone! I’m new here so please forgive me if I’m doing anything wrong of if I’ve missed something. Ok I am helping plan a friend’s bachelorette party. I have never planned or even been to one. I was thinking of maybe doing something that involved going to a restaurant at some point in the evening and having dinner or would that be too boring? Does anyone have any funny stories or experiences to share from a bachelorette party that involved going to a nice restaurant? Also, what did everyone wear or what would you wear and did you have a theme? Just so you know where we all live the weather is pretty chilly at the moment, particularly in the evenings when we are thinking of having it! Lastly, what games did you play (if any) I need some good, fun ideas! Any suggestions would be appreciated!
Post # 2
Can you describe the bride? When I think bachelorette party, I think of going to a bar or club. However, if the bride doesn’t like dancing or male strippers, then that wouldn’t be a good idea, lol.
Post # 3
Hi!! Thanks for your help! I’d describe her as a fun, easy going girl with a bubbly personality (is a big kid in many ways) who loves a night out and is a total foodie at heart lol! (That’s why I was thinking of a restaurant evening)
Post # 4
I have planned many bachelorette parties, and each one has been a little different.
For one, we did a wine tasting/cheese and chocolate sampling before dinner (lasagna, salad, breadsticks, cupcakes). Played a couple games, then went on a party bus around town for a few hours – stopping at various bars along the way.
Another one, we made t-shirt sthat we all wore out, had some food, then got on a party bus to various bars around town (dancing, drinking, etc.)
Another friends was the same, except we did a taco/nacho potluck with a bloody mary bar (her faves). Played a couple games, and then hopped on a bus around town.
For mine, my sister planned a painting party with a local company, played some games, ate some food, and then we just went to a bar and kept it low key chatting with everyone.
For one friends, we drove to a city 3.5 hours away, went for dinner in the hotel restuarant, played some games in a hotel room, then went to a couple bars downtown. The only problem was that this seperated the group a lot, and by the end of the night, most of us were already back to the hotel WAY before the bride got back cos she’d go off and no one could ever find her (she usually had a few guys grinding up around her, but that’s her… attention).
Post # 5
I think a nice restaurant for dinner is definitely a good place to start. Then afterwards you could head to a bar/club for drinks and dancing or something if that’s what she’s into. Depending on the bride, bachelorette parties don’t really have to be these big elaborate things. It’s just a night to have fun with your girlfriends.
Post # 6
We threw a grand bachelorette party for my sister .We literally brought las vegas into the room. Nothing vulgar. ours was a casino themed party. Abbey road entertainment had some amazing casino rentals available in Toronto.That with food and lots of booze set the theme. We had so much fun. We rented everything from blackjack tables to classic poker. All her girlfriends and colleagues enjoyed it very much.