Throwing a Bachelorette Party? 5 Classy Ideas

Brittny Drye
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tea party
Flickr photo by Kevin Dooley
One of my best friends from college recently asked me to be her maid of honor for her wedding (congratulations, Courtney!), which means I get to plan the bachelorette party.

*Mischievous grin*

But, I know my friend, and she'd rather join a convent than take a shot off of some stranger's stomach.

Bachelorette parties are more than just boa-wearing, drunken debaucheries -- they're about celebrating the bride with her closest friends. No shots required for that. So here are five alternatives if the bride-to-be isn't comfortable wearing a condom-covered veil:

  • Tea Party: There's nothing girlier than a tea party, which makes it a perfect option for a bachelorette party.
  • New Age: See what's in the stars for the bride's future with her new husband by hiring a fortune teller. Or you can buy a set of tarot cards and look up their meanings online. 
  • Visit a Winery: Most wineries have guided tours of the vineyard as well as tastings.
  • Have a Spa Day: It's a good assumption that the bride may be slightly stressed, so a day full of pampering with the girls is the perfect medicine. 
  • Go Camping: If the bride is an outdoorsy-type of a gal, a hike into the deep woods with her best friends followed by s'mores made on a bonfire would be a memorable experience for her. 

But feel free to still have a penis-shaped cake.

What was the most unique bachelorette party that you've ever been to?


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