Bachelorette Party Ideas

Not into the whole X-rated bachlorette parties? Here are 5 bachelorette party themes that everyone, even your mother-in-law, can enjoy.

The roll of the dice..

Life’s a gamble, so why not have your bachelorette party at a casino. Many have nice restaurants and you could see a show and book rooms overnight. The best part about gambling, besides the free drinks, is that you could walk away with enough money to cover some expenses for the wedding or you could add it to your honeymoon fund.

A relaxing weekend get away

Planning a wedding can be stressful and instead of feeling like there is another party you need to plan, have a nice relaxing weekend at a spa. It will be a healthy alternative since you won’t be eating junk food and drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. Choose a full-service spa that offers everything from massages and mud wraps to makeovers and manicures. You and your maids will leave feeling rejuvenated with your clean pores and exfoliated skin. You will look and feel radiant.

Can you carry a tune?

Instead of going to a strip club or sleazy bar, go to a karaoke bar. Making utter fools of yourselves can be fun and liberating, especially when you mix in a little liquid courage like  long islands or kamikazes. Since everyone will more than likely be drinking, hire a driving service such a limo or a bus to get you home safely.

X marks the spot!

Just because you’re adults doesn’t mean that you have to act your age. Set up a scavenger hunt, complete with clues and a map and have prizes such as a gift card to a spa or a bottle of wine. You can use a friends house, or think a little larger and send them around town. You can be as creative as you want–you could even set up little half way points so they know that they are on the right track.

Need a few laughs?

A comedy club may seem tacky, but it’s a recipe for laughs, especially when the stand-ups know you’re there for a bachelorette party. Just imagine the hilarious jokes about marriage, sex, and mother-in-law stories. Call the place in advance to reserve front row seats and tell them it’s for a bachelorette party. Places will offer a discount for groups, usually on the cover charge and drinks — after a couple drinks any joke may seem funny.

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