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Tips for the Perfect Bachelorette Party

Posted on July 30th, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Anything Goes, Wedding Traditions No Comments

On your last night of frivolity as a free woman, you should have a great time with your female friends just like a man does during his bachelor party. That doesn’t necessarily mean a night of strippers and an endless supply of alcohol (though it could). However, you should enjoy yourself and live it up on your last night as a single woman. Just don’t plan your bachelorette party for the night before your wedding, as you may very well end up hung over the next morning.

Bachelorette Party - Girls Night Out

Rent a Limousine
If you are going to be drinking, you’ll need a designated driver. So you might as well do it in style with a stretch limo. If all the girls pitch in, the cost of limousine for the night won’t be much of a financial burden.

Start Out at the Spa
An all-day retreat at the spa can be just what you need to get the party started. Drink champagne and laugh with your friends as you all get facials, massages, pedicures and the works.

Dinner at an Upscale Restaurant
Begin your evening out at an upscale eatery where you will be waited on hand and foot. Try a restaurant that serves many different courses and lots of wine, such as a French, Greek or Mediterranean restaurant.

Put on Your Dancing Shoes
Head to your favorite night club, where you can dance, laugh and frolic the night away. Oftentimes the bride and her friends will dress with headpieces or hats to show that they are part of a bachelorette barty and bond together as a group.

Stay at a Hotel
Rent a suite at a local hotel and spend the night there with your friends. You can watch movies all night, chow down on room service, play stupid games and chat until dawn.

Get the Stripper
Ask your fiance ahead of time, if he minds you having a stripper at your party. If he gives you the green light, then go ahead and do it. More likely than not, it will be your single friends who really enjoy the stripper more than you do. However if your fiance is uncomfortable with it, don’t make a big deal of it. There’s no reason to cause problems with your future spouse over something so insignificant.

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