A Bachelorette Party
What better way to say "goodbye" to your girlfriend's single way of life than hosting a bachelorette party. A bachelorette party can be a "wild" time on the town or as simple as a night at the movies and/or dinner. The most important thing to remember is that the party should reflect the personality of the bride to be. If the bride does not like the bar scene or did not drink alcohol, you certainly would not arrange to go bar hoping all night long. There are all sorts of possibilities for a good bachelorette party. A quiet dinner followed by a movie or a dinner theatre is always entertaining.
A day at the spa pampering, or a good old fashion pajama party is simple to organize and always fun. Another favorite idea for a bachelorette party is a night on the town. Visiting the local "hot spots" or the bride-to-be's favorite pub are always options for a good party. Renting a limo for the night really adds to the "night out" theme and everyone attending can have a good time and not worry about driving if they have been drinking. Attending a 'male revue" like the Chippendale dancers has become a very popular idea for a bachlorette party.
Whatever you decide on for hosting a bachelorette party, do keep in the mind the personality of the bride-to-be, and how early she will have to get up in the morning!.
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