The bride-to-be has done all the wedding planning, so she'll probably want to relax before the ceremony. The bachelorette party needs to match the bride, but you want it to be something she'll remember forever. Here are some ideas for a quiet bachelorette party.
SPA Day. Spend the afternoon having facials and perhaps a fish pedicure. There is no harm in booking the bridal crew some deep massages and finishing the day with a yoga class or a session of mindfulness meditation.
Sleepover. Sleepovers are always in style. Get the girls together and bake some cupcakes or have a scavenger hunt around the place where you are all staying. If you have the right space mattress, surfing is an option, or maybe a good old-fashioned pillow fight is what is needed. Girls want to have fun, and snuggling up with your soul mates is just one way of doing it.
Beach Day. Set aside some time for rest and relaxation by soaking up a beach day, for fun in the sun and a little vitamin C. Top it off with a beach bonfire or stretch it over a weekend with some glamping.
Coffee Shop Hop. Bars are crowded places, but a coffee shop hop is a wise alternative. Stop at all the favorite local places; grab a drink and maybe a muffin.
Champagne Tasting. Pop a bottle of champagne for a great way to switch up the usual visit to a vineyard, whether you hold the party yourself, or find a local bar to sample some prosecco. If champagne isn't fitting for your crew, try some tequila or mix in a mimosa.
Bestie Brunch. Celebrate life, love, and friendship with a bestie brunch. It makes for a great bachelorette party for people who thrive on breakfast in bed. Take out the waffle maker, or reserve a room at a cute place in the city. The bride-to-be may not be a morning person, but she loves her maple syrup just the same. Upgrade the whole affair with a weekend stay at a bed and breakfast with your bestie. A getaway with the girls and some French toast would be just fine.
Puppy Party. For this bachelorette party, bring in all the puppy dogs and other animals and enjoy quality play time. Brides-to-be that are introverts still love doing anything that is effortless. A puppy party doesn't need anything glamorous, just a whole lot of good dogs. Maybe the party is loaded with cute mutts, and everybody can bring their fluff along too. Or maybe the party visits a local animal shelter and gives back for the day, walking the dogs around a local park. The goodie bag could include a Black Labrador or a Golden Retriever, in true Bridesmaids-style.
Published on: Tuesday, 06 November 2018 Modified on: Wednesday, 16 January 2019