Post # 17
A spa day is exactly what I hope my girls will be planning. Brunch would be lovely too. I 100% do not want to go to a club. Some other ideas: A cooking class, one of those wine and paint type classes, depending on the time of year ice skating outdoors, see if there are any events in town going on (art displays, special exhibits, etc.)
Post # 18
Does she like scrapbooking. Maybe scrapbook a album for her ie each girl decorates a page and decorate the page about a memory with the bride. Or do a game night.
Post # 19
painting pottery at one of those studios!
Post # 20
If you have any comedy clubs or improv shows in the area, definitely try those! I went to a couple shows in grad school, and I just spent a good hour and a half laughing like mad! If it were me, I would suggest a girls’ day in with some pampering during the day (manis, pedis, win, etc), a nice dinner, and then a comedy show. I like a lot of the other ideas that have been suggested too. Good luck!
Post # 21
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent\'s backyard
@mscuppycake: can you afford to do a road trip? I went on two (very casual / low budget) road trips for bachelorette parties and they were hands down my favorite. one was in a big cabin in the mountains. because so many people chipped in for it, it ended up being really affordable.
Post # 21
Mani/Pedis, Private Karaoke Room, Private Pole Dancing Lesson, Sex Museum, Brunch in the Park, Rooftop drinks, Tipsy Canvas.
Post # 22
girls night in with the bride’s favorite movies and snacks
dance instruction class (salsa, ballroom, etc.)
board game night (highly recommend Apples to Apples or Cards Against Humanity)
Painting With a Twist/Color Me Mine (or other painting place)
+1scrapbooking night! how fun!