(Closed) Bachelorette party in Vegas, too cliche?

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
226 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

If Vegas is what you want, do it! I was born, raised, and currently live here in Vegas and still couldn’t imagine having my party anywhere else. I’m not a crazy party girl, but I love all the options I have for fun. I don’t think it is too cliche, and it is your bachelorette party so I think it should be about what you want. The only other place I would consider is NYC, and that is out of the question. You could always consider San Diego or San Fran, but if you are a fan of the pools and nightlife then Vegas is the place to go. Plus, it’s a cheap flight or short drive away from LA. I would suggest it to your Maid/Matron of Honor, good luck!

Post # 5
354 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I don’t understand how the cruise, at $500/person, is out because it’s too expensive but a hotel, table service, dinner, drinks, etc in Vegas for a weekend is any cheaper/per person?

You made a suggestion which is fine, but it’s really your Maid/Matron of Honor or whoever has offered to plan it. So now you should just let her take the reigns. She probably has spoken to others about budget and is trying to work within that.

Post # 7
1671 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@MrsPiggles:  I had a low key bachelorette in Vegas, just me and one girlfriend. I must say, it was absolutely fantastic! We dressed up super ridiculous, ate penis candies, got burgers, drank lots and had great long talks. 

We considered a Thunder From Down Under, but wanted to wait until we’d go to see if we wanted to, and then were too busy drinking at the Venetian to buy tickets in time. Oh, well. We didn’t go to any clubs, but we did have a great time having dinner at that Gordon Ramsey burger restaurant in Planet Hollywood. Delicious, good food and excellent beer menu. The waitress was very amused by our tiaras and kept bringing more and more samples.

It might be slightly more tricky with that many more people, but it has potential to be very fun!

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