Not all parties mean strippers and suggestive door prizes-surprise the bride-to-be with a party tailored to their own personal tastes and interests!
Temecula Wine Party:
Take the girls for a trip to one of the many beautiful Temecula wineries, spending the day tasting merlots and chardonnays while enjoying the delectable appetizers and gorgeous views the area has to offer. Rent a limo to ride in style and so none of the gals has to drive home tipsy.
Ranging from home pedicures to a weekend at the bride’s favorite resort, this is a favorite theme for bachelorette parties. Prepare some hors d’oeuvres and cocktails for the guests and supplement with soothing music and aromatic candles incense. If heading to a classy hotel or spa, be sure to make reservations in advance and ask about group rates.
If you’ve ever wanted to be treated like a star, this is your chance! Rent a limo and head to your favorite high-class boutique area-whether is be La Jolla, Gaslamp, Carlsbad, or Beverly Hills itself. Stock your wheels with a bottle of champagne, and head to the local clubs or a snazzy restaurant after the shopping spree.
Sex and the City Party:
This is a great party if you decide to hold the bachelorette party at someone’s home. Have the girls dress up as their favorite character. You don’t have to spend a lot of time in the kitchen (since none of the SATC girls were ever seen cooking), but instead be like Miranda and order Chinese takeout. Drink Cosmos and watch highlights from your favorite episodes. Turn it into a Passion Party by having a rep bring over her goods for an extra-fun night. Call Private Consultant Heidi Spurlock at (619) 888-2952 for details.
Strippers & Bar Crawls:
This age-old favorite for bachelor and bachelorette parties is always an option for the party-loving ladies in the bunch. Before booking a male stripper or heading to the clubs, make sure the bride is comfortable with this kind of entertainment. If the groom is uncomfortable with a stripper coming to the house of residence, opt for an evening at a strip club. The other patrons will add energy and fun to the party, and the nervous groom will feel more comfortable that his bride will be out in public.
Bachelor Party Guide:
Whether you’re the best man or the groom himself, plan an event of a lifetime that he’ll always remember.
The Traditional Strip Club Hopping:
Most people think of this age-old tradition when they hear the phrase, “bachelor party.” Most likely, at least one member of your gang will suggest a tour of the local strip clubs, or merely hiring a stripper to come to the house. However, don’t force the groom into this plan if he is not comfortable. Going out to the clubs may be a better option, still providing the camaraderie and high energy of the club setting.
Viva Las Vegas!
Gaining popularity is the guy’s weekend trip to Vegas. With a motto of “What happens here, stays here,” it’s a grown-man’s playground. Try gambling, clubs, floor shows, all-you-can-eat buffets, and the intense nightlife the city has to offer. Remember to keep your finances in check (this party can get quite expensive), and be sure both the groom and bride are comfortable with the idea.
One of the best male-bonding activities is participating in or watching a sports event. Choose a round of golf at a swanky country club and head to the steakhouse for a delicious meal. You could also organize your own tournament of anything from basketball, tennis, football, or soccer with your best buds. Be sure to supplement with a thirst-quenching after party. If the clientele isn’t that athletic, purchase tickets to a big game-be sure to have a tailgate party or a post-game pub crawl to complete the event.
The Great Outdoors:
Camping, white-water rafting, fishing, wakeboarding, and lots of beer-mix in your best friends and you have a unique and far from traditional bachelor party. Throw in your favorite activities, or attempt something extravagant like skydiving or bungee-jumping. Hang out around the campfire afterwards and tell embarrassing stories of dating experiences throughout the years.