7 Fun-Filled Bachelorette Party Ideas

Looking for some fun-filled bachelorette party ideas? if the answer is YES! You’re in the right place. Spending this special celebration with your girlfriends is probably the best time of your life. Sure, a wedding is great, but what’s better than spending quality time with your best friends and getting a little wild? Whether you want to go all out or keep things more relaxed, we have you covered! Here are a few of our favorite 7 fun-filled bachelorette party ideas.

 

1. Pole Dancing Class

There’s nothing wrong with the classic bachelorette party: a night of bar-hopping, one too many shots, and lots of funny-shaped decorations (if you catch our drift). If you’re looking to do something a little different, but still get in some dancing, a pole dancing class is perfect! Wear your skimpiest outfit and your tallest heels and shake what your mama gave you! This is a mega empowering experience to have with your best gal pals.

2. Cocktail Making Class

Ever wanted to know how to make your favorite complex cocktails? Rather than shouting at your friends in a loud bar over drinks, become the bartender and learn a new skill with your buddies. As a bonus, next time you have guests over you can impress them with your newfound cocktail skills!

3. Comedy Show

Plan your bachelorette party for when your favorite comedian will be in town. Bring your friends along for a night full of laughter, but beware: if the comedian notices the bachelorette party in the audience, you might take the brunt of a few jokes. This is all part of the fun! Have your crew sport our “Bride’s Drinking Squad” shirts to announce the special occasion.

 

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4. Bachelorette & Bachelor Combined Party

If you’re looking to combine your party with your husband-to-be’s bachelor party, make it a competition! Rent a gym space or field to complete in sports – soccer, frisbee, flag football, drinking games, etc. Step it up a notch by competing in a scavenger hunt. Personalize the clues to locations and interests relating back to the couple and see if the men or women know the couple best!

5. Camping

For those sisterhood vibes, invite your friend group camping! Stay up all night, play classic sleepover games, roast marshmallows, and tell ghost stories. Blast your favorite throwback jams and host a singalong. Go swimming, hiking, and sightseeing during the day. The activities are endless!

6. Distillery Tour

If a noisy bar isn’t your scene, a distillery tour is a more refined way to catch a buzz. Pick a cool, hipster-y distillery and book a private tour. Sample whiskeys straight from the barrel and learn to make cocktails with the house-made liquors.

7. Wellness Weekend

If booze isn’t your thing, book a wellness weekend. This might be at a spa, a yoga retreat, or even a short trip to an all-inclusive hotel. Take advantage of all the green smoothies, fitness classes, facial treatments, and massages as you can manage. Your friends – and your liver – are sure to thank you for choosing a health-conscious option. By the time it’s all over, you’ll be zen-ed out and ready for the wedding day!

We hope these 7 fun filled bachelorette party ideas help you take your celebration to the next level. If you’ve enjoyed this blog, subscribe to our newsletter, or follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

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