(Closed) Ideas for Bachelorette…

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
2105 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Rachel631:  You could do a lock-in at a museum?  You can rent out a place late at night, bring your own food, drink, and sleeping bags and just have a blast. 

A road trip/surfing sounds like a blast as well. 

Post # 4
457 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

My girls surprised me by taking me to a private aerial silks class.  It can be borderline sensual, but only if you make it that way.  Our instructor was really laid back and we just got to play around on the silks and learn a few moves.  It was so much fun!  I actually signed up for a few follow up classes because it’s a decent workout too.  We went out to have some drinks at a piano bar afterwards.  This can be fun because even if you aren’t drinking you still get to sing along to some songs.

As you can see we didn’t take it overly seriously:   

Post # 5
3885 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

For my do, we’re taking a trip to a city about 2 hours away (far enough away to justify a hotel room stay but not so far that we’re traveling all day, plus prices are a lot cheaper down there).  We’re doing a fancy wine-and-cheese tasting at a hotel then lunch, then a spa afternoon in the hotel spa, 3-4 treatments each, then cocktail hour, fancy dinner, and wander around town before going back to the hotel to sleep.

You could do an Urban Scavenger Hunt which is becoming pretty trendy in some medium to large cities. These are usually booked through a company so you don’t have to set up your own “hunt” and you may all be on one team or may split into smaller teams but basically you’re given a list of stuff to gather— answer this question about a statue at city hall, find out these 3 historical facts, do this challenge, take a photo of something— it is a lot of fun.  We did that in Barcelona and learned a TON about the city, bonded with the strangers in our group, and had a lot of laughs. Our questions were stuff like the inscription under some statue (but you had to figure out what statue they were talking about), number of steps to the balcony at the opera house, etc etc and our challenges were to try the house-made cheese at a tapas bar and some weird Cats Cradle type yarn thingie that I can’t properly describe.

If you have a Living Social building in your city, where Living Social actually hosts their events, do a cheese class, cooking class, art class, etc.  I did a chocolate class via Groupon which was held in an actual chocolate shop and my Mister and I were the only ones in the class who weren’t in a bachelorette party.

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