(Closed) Off the beaten path-BACHELORETTE PARTY

posted 11 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Maybe some sort of spa package retreat.

A salsa or dance lesson and then go to a salsa club to practice your new skills.

Post # 4
735 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

ditto nomers

Maybe have a personal chef give a cooking lesson or bar tender make drinks? Take a strip tease class? Slumber party? Comedy club?

Post # 5
349 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I agree with the others. I’ve heard of cooking classes, pole dancing classes, nice dinners out followed by a comedy club, spa days, shopping/lunch trips (maybe with a goal of finding your wedding lingerie, if you plan on getting any), camping, slumber parties, wine tasting, etc.

If you’re near Michigan, Harbor Country has some awesome wine tasting paths that I highly recommend. We’ve done it with some friends, and had a blast.

I’m totally with you in being over the hole bar scene.

Post # 6
3 posts
  • Wedding: March 2010

Not sure what is available to you in your area, but for my bachelorette party we are renting a 10 passenger (self captianed) pontoon boat.  We’re taking a little cruise down the river downtown with drinks and food on board.  We can choose to dock the boat at bars and restaruants along the way if we wish.  My youngest sister is under 21 and will be the designated driver (or Captain I should say!).  It was a great way to involve her in the festivities!

Post # 7
410 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

If I have one I am going to try and make it a sleep over or something like that.  I may do a float trip.  Even though I worked at a bar, and we go out, we are really not into the whole “lets go out to a place that gives us a headache by choice..” So i would rather do something that is more me…. A nice day on the river sounds great!

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