(Closed) Fun/ traditional, but not too crazy bacholerette party ideas

posted 6 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 2
7440 posts
Busy Beekeeper

Well, if you are not allowed to go to bars it sounds safe to say that a nightclub is probably against that rule as well, they generally have alcohol and very adult dancing. Is there a dance club or group near by? Something like salsa or swing dancing nistead of gyrating against strangers?

Post # 4
82 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2016 - Maui

Butler in the buff you can request he keep his underwear on but he will serve you food and drinks as well as help out with games. They’ve been at a couple bachelorette parties I’ve been to and are amazing! Super nice, easy going and very accommodating.

Post # 5
7553 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2019

I know this is very different to what she wanted originally but a spa/pamper day, or get a professional makeup artist or someone to show you how to do your own.

I like PP’s suggestion of a dance class! Or you could do another activity like laser skirmish or those places with giant trampolines for adults, they often have music and lights going. Or ice skating/roller skating at a rink.

Post # 6
1251 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

They also have all of those painting places. They have wine and whatnot, but you don’t have to drink. And it’s fun because everyone gets to paint something and take it home! Or a pottery painting class, that would be fun too!

You could also see if there are any concerts/plays/musicals going on. Dinner and a musical would be very nice.

I think one thing that you have make sure of, is that no matter where you go you make the bride feel special. That’s the whole point of a bach party. So if you do the concert, still dress up. And get a hotel room just because it’s fun! Decorate it and have mocktails and ‘cheers to the bride’

Whatever you do, you can have a ‘dress code’. All the BMs wear black or whatever and the bride wears red! You can do a lot of little things that will add up to a good time.

And then in the morning, go out for brunch! Make a weekend of it! You don’t have to drink alcohol at a bach party to make it fun

Post # 7
2417 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

 For my bachelorette party leading up to the bar we went to an indoor trampoline park,made flower crowns, and we went out for dinner. 

  For other people’s bachelorette so I have done pole dancing workshops, belly dance workshops, bowling, and one girl (who was also at a school with a restrictive environment)  did a full on slumber party for her bachelorette.  Cute pyjamas, cookie dough, ice cream, popcorn, chick flicks, painting nails, face masks, the full 10 yards and it was so fun! 

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