(Closed) Winter Brides, What did you do for your Bachelorette Party?

posted 6 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
100 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Well, if you really would like non-winter weather, you can always have an early bachelorette party. But, if you want it closer to your date in the winter weather…maybe you can take advantage of some fun winter things. If you wanted to do an overnight party, maybe you can all rent a cabin or house near a ski resort. Smaller ones usually have more affordable housing options. If there’s a full kitchen, you can even cook dinner there instead of going out. Also, bringing your own beer would cut down on the bar tab. For something fun in the daytime (since most likely not all attendees will be skiers), you can go snowtubing on the mountain nearby. This can’t be more than $20 a person…and group rates usually help the cost.

If you don’t want to do overnight, maybe a fun dinner in Boston at a place that gives you a more private room for big groups?

Post # 5
310 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I’m not sure if my BMs want to surprise me or want my input, but I’d love to have a nice dinner somewhere/day in the city.

Post # 6
45 posts
  • Wedding: December 2013

I’m hoping for an early November. We have lots of weddings next year before ours. I also have alot of traveling BMs if they come. So I’d want to make it one weekend and get it all done- shower and bachelorette.

Ideally, I’d love to go away for a girls weekend but not all my Bridesmaid or Best Man know each other and some are moms and I wouldn’t want to ask too much of them.


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