Post # 1
Hello! I’m looking for some non-drinking bachelorette party ideas. It will be during spring in Wisconsin, either Madison or Milwaukee areas. It will probably be a smaller group. I’m open to either indoor or outdoor activities! Thanks! 🙂
Post # 2
You could do one of those painting instruction places, laser tag, bowling, a baseball game, karaoke, paddle boarding on the lake, a pontoon cruise, group yoga, cooking class–there are tons of options!
Post # 3
A picnic with some tasty food and non alcoholic drinks and some games?
Post # 4
Rock climbing, laser tag, bowling, Dave and Busters type place, Escape Room (dont know if theres one in your area but I did one and it was super fun!), painting class, anything outdoors (zip lining, etc). There are really so many options! What is the bride into?
Post # 5
I am planning a bachelorette party without alcohol as well. We are doing all the “traditional” bachelorette party things, without the alcohol
-appetizers and mock-tails
-Escape room (could sub any sort of activity here)
-back to hotel for games and silliness
Post # 6
Paint night, Ziplining, laser tag, paintball. I saw an idea on pinterest where everyone went to thrift stores and found the ugliest dress possible then played paintball in them. Sounds painful to me though haha
Post # 7
I told my friends NO wild night out, I am too old for that stuff and would never have been comfroatble with it. Then I joked that a nice tea at the local lunch-tea room would be fine. lol. I’m fine with some other activities, like put put, go carts, or just a nice lunch/dinner. I ahve no problem with moderate drinks, or silly games, like “pin the kiss on the man”, or wedding mad-libs. We came up with a rather office-appropriate shower/bachlorette for a co-worker, and the mad-lib wedding vows went over really well.
Post # 8
Spa day? Group fitnes class, followed by massages? Nice brunch or dinner?
Post # 9
my friends created a “spy training day” for me and it was awesome! started with get away driver training at a go-kart track, then we did a private hand-to-hand combat class (where my and my Maid/Matron of Honor spent an hour flipping each other over our heads and body slaming into the mats, it was hilarious), then on to “the art of seduction” which was a private aerial arts class. We finished up with “mixology” class at one bridesmaid’s house before moving on to dinner and dancing, but you could easily skip the booze and this would still be fun.