|Posted by Live Love Mom on October 23, 2020 at 8:15 AM|
by: Rev Dr Stéphanie McEndree
Unsure of what to do for your bachelorette party? Here are some cost-effective ideas for every kind of bride.
Rent a house. AirBnB offers whole houses to yourself, and for just a few hundred dollars you can have a luxury spot to celebrate your bachelorette party! Look for places that have all the ammenities you’re looking for; pool, fireplace, air conditioning, or whatever else you have in mind.
Book a hotel room. Not only is this practical for out-of-town guests or a party the night before the wedding (since you’ll already know where you’re staying), but you’re sure the venue will make some great pictures, and you won’t need to worry about cleaning up. Whether you’re looking for a motel room or a lavish 5-star hotel with a view, choose your hotel room accordingly. Lots of hotels also have indoor pools, gyms, restaurants and even spas.
Sleepover. Gather the girls for an old-fashioned sleepover with snacks, movies, even face masks, hair braiding and nail painting. Talk about boys, read gossip magazines, and play some old-fashioned board games.
Bed & Breakfast. Stay at a local bed and breakfast and wake up to brunch with your lady friends. Relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, a fresh and new location, and taking some time for yourselves. Reconnect with old friends!
Spa getaway. Lots of spas have packages at low costs. Reserve one for your girls and enjoy their facilities and unwind. Relax and have fun! Spa packages can start as low as $50 or less per person and includes access to all of the facilities.
Wine-tasting. Go to a local vineyard or brewery and sample the local wine or beer. You can bring a picnic of grapes, crackers, cheese and baguette bread for a fancy snack. Perfect for the bride and bridesmaids if they are wine-os.
Visit a new place. Whether it’s a small town or a big city, book a tour and enjoy exploring and discovering the history, culture and beauty of a new spot. Book a tour in an old city and look at the ruins. Immerse yourself in the culture of musical and artsy places such as New Orleans. Tour downtown of a big city and see all the sights. The possibilities are endless.
Road trip. Book a limo, a bus or whatever else you fancy and party inside. Often they come with drinks, sometimes a few snacks. It’s even a good idea to use just to take to your destination, especially if it’s out of town.
Tea party. Break out your vintage dresses, tea sets, pretty hats and meet in a local garden or even your backyard for a fancy tea party. You can also have cupcakes and lots of other pasteries to nibble on.
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