Alternative Bachelorette Celebrations For Brides Who Hate Clubs

April 28, 2016  |  

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When you think of bachelorette parties, well-endowed men in thongs, loads of alcohol, and penis-shaped treats may come to mind, but it doesn’t have to be this way. There are plenty of other enjoyable ways that you can celebrate your upcoming nuptials that don’t involve strippers or packed lounges. Here are six alternative bachelorette celebrations for brides who hate nightclubs.

Sleepover

Because why not? Renting out a hotel suite for the night so that you can get together with your best girlfriends is a lovely and low-key way to celebrate the commencement of your time as a bachelorette. Good food, plenty of booze (if that’s your thing), manicures, movies and plenty of girl talk sounds like a recipe for a great night.

Amusement Park

If you’re looking for something with a little more thrill, you may want to consider taking on a local theme park with your favorite girls. Few things spell out good time like screaming your head off alongside your best friend while riding a rollercoaster.

Wine tasting

For those who are only here for grown and sexy vibes, perhaps a wine tasting might be more your speed. Some wineries have activities for groups to participate in—like cooking classes, for example—during tastings.

Old school house party

If you like to party, but you just aren’t into the club scene, an old school house party or BBQ might be a great alternative. If you’d like, you can even make it a themed party based on the year you met your honey. For example, if you met in 2001, you may want to tell your DJ to play a lot of songs that were popular that year, like Jay Z’s “Izzo,” Jagged Edge’s “Where Da Party At?” and Mr. Cheeks’ “Lights, Camera, Action” and tell guests to show up in their best throwback jerseys and jersey dresses.

All-girls road trip

Not everyone has money for a flight, but if you all can put in money for gas and a rental car, an all-girls road trip might be a nice way to celebrate your upcoming nuptials.

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