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Wild and Crazy Bachelorette Party Ideas


Make A Brides Last Days As A Single Woman Memorable

Here's some bachelorette party ideas. It used to be that guys got strippers at a wild bachelor party and women got cake and tea at a shower. But Brides to be aren't putting up with unequal treatment any more. They're demanding their turn at the party. So, here's some bachelorette party ideas for women demanding equal fun.

Some bachelorette party ideas are on the wild side, comparable to the traditional bachelor events. Others are more in the nature of getting together with the girls for bonding time before a woman becomes a wife.

Wild events usually involve dressing in short skirts, going to a bar, and/or having a stripper come in. If you have a Chippendale's or Thunder from Down Under event in your town, these can be great places to take a bride who wants a walk on the wild side.

A scavenger hunt for the bride can spark some memorable moments. Ask her to do things like kiss a guy with the groom's name, ask for a blow job shot at the bar, and get a guy's underwear can be fun for the adventurous bride.

If you are looking for Bachelorette party ideas that you can do at home, make a main dish out of pasta and follow it with adult fortune cookies for desert. More mild ideas include doing a spa day, a make up party, or going to a play or concert. While these fall more into the traditional "shower" category of events, a more traditional bride might feel more comfortable doing these things.

Another one of my favorite home bachelorette party ideas is to hire a psychic and a tarot card reader. Let her predict the future of the bride's marriage and whether any of her friends will find true love.

Bachelorette party ideas that involve gambling can be a lot of fun. Go to the race track. Lose your inhibitions and lose (or win) some money. Go to a memorable bar. This can be anything from a disco bar (yes they still exist), a country line dancing place (he's not likely to go with her later), or even karaoke. Call a improv comedy company ahead of time and book a table on the front row. Let them know you're bringing a bride to be and there should be a lot of funny moments. If the group can afford it, consider taking the bachelorette party on the road. Go on a Sex and the City tour in New York. Take her to Las Vegas for a final fling with the girls. Or, if there's some place that you know she likes but her husband to be hates (for instance, a cruise to the Bahamas that she finds interesting and he finds boring), give her "one last chance" to go. Remember though that the group should ante up for the Bride's share. It's her party and she doesn't have to pay for it.

I hope I've given you some bachelorette party ideas that can help you make a bride's last days as a single woman memorable.


For some more great party ideas, articles and videos, visit my site at: http://blissfulbabyshowers.com

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 Here is further general background information on bachelor party traditions and related matters (edited from Wikipedia):
A bachelor party (USA and South Africa), also known as a stag party, stag night or stag do (United States, Canada, UK, Ireland and New Zealand), a bull's party (South Africa), and a buck's party or buck's night (Australia) is a party held for a bachelor shortly before he enters marriage, to make the most of his final opportunity to engage in activities a new partner might not approve of, or merely to spend time with his male friends (who are often in his wedding party afterwards). Bachelor parties are usually planned by the best man or the friend of the bachelor that has the most extensive partying experience and, occasionally, with the assistance of a bachelor party planning company.
A bachelor party may involve activities beyond the usual party and social gathering ingredients (often drinking alcohol and gambling), such as going to a strip club or hiring a stripper, and in some traditions more hazing-like tests and pranks at the future groom's expense, which shows the whole thing is also a rite of passage from bachelorhood (associated with an adolescent lifestyle, often in the common past of most participants, e.g. in their student years) to "more responsible" marital life.
The task of organizing a bachelor party is often traditionally assigned to a male sibling of the bachelor or to the best man. Otherwise, any (close and/or reputedly party-minded) male friend will organize it. The planned activities of a bachelor party are traditionally kept secret from the groom.
 Variations
A stag party
It has also become common for a similar party to be held for the bride-to-be. This is known as a bachelorette party or Hen party. Formally, a party in honor of the bride-to-be is hosted by others. The expenditure, however, needs to be carried out by the person entering into wedlock.
Some also choose instead to hold a so-called Stag and Doe party in the US or a hag party or hag do in the UK ("hag" being a combination of the words "hen" and "stag"), in which both the bride and groom attend.
 Australia
Buck's nights may feature a stripper, topless waitresses and/or poker games. The groom's friends often, after heavy drinking, subject the groom to various humiliations, sometimes in public. These can include leaving him tied naked to a pole or placing him on an airplane[citation needed] to a remote location. It has also been quite known to start the humiliation at the beginning of the night by dressing the buck up as a female or making him wear a "mankini".
Due to the advent of cheap travel, many parties may even travel to "party" destinations like the Gold Coast, thanks to a multitude of clubs, strip clubs, hotels, beaches and private "bucks" entertainment.
 Denmark
In Denmark, this event is called Polterabend. The typical polterabend involves the group of friends meeting for breakfast, activities such as paintball, go-karting or kayak polo during the day, dinner at a restaurant, and a night on the town. The last event sometimes, but not always, involves strippers. The groom-to-be is often unaware of exactly what day the polterabend will take place.
 France
In France, the bachelor party is called "enterrement de vie de garçon" (for the groom-to-be), which literally means "(the) burial of the life as a boy" or "burial/funeral of the life as a bachelor." For women, "enterrement de vie de jeune fille" (for the bride-to-be) translated as "burial/funeral of the life as a young girl." As in English-speaking countries, such parties often feature heavy drinking and various (although gentle) humiliations, and sometimes the presence of a stripper.
 United Kingdom
In the United Kingdom, it is now common for the party to last for more than one evening, hence the increasing prevalence of the phrase "stag weekend." A spin off has been the growth of the stag weekend industry in the UK with various companies taking over the preparation of the event. Stag Do is used more in search engine searches than stag weekends.
In the UK, stag weekend trips are becoming mini-holidays with the groups taking part in various day time activities as well as the expected night out on the town. Popular locations include Bournemouth, Brighton, Cardiff, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Blackpool, Newcastle upon Tyne and London.
With the rise of budget airlines, some stags go abroad,[1] with Krakow, Dublin and Riga topping the list, followed by Prague, Amsterdam, Bratislava and Budapest.
 United States and Canada

In the United States, Las Vegas,[1] South Beach Miami, Chicago, and New Orleans are popular bachelor party destinations; they are also popular wedding locations. Increasingly, "destination bachelor parties" are replacing standard nights out, with Americans traveling to Montreal or Mexico.[2]
A stripper working at a bachelor party.
Bachelor parties in the US often entail the mass consumption of alcohol, the hiring of a stripper and general rowdiness toward which the bride might not have a positive reaction (especially since the bride is typically not among the invitees). Increasingly, bachelor parties have come to symbolize the last time when the groom is free of the influence of his new wife.
Canadian cities such as Vancouver or Niagara Falls are popular stag party destinations due to their large number of strip clubs with "dance contact" (lap-dancing). Montreal in particular is popular for this purpose with both Canadians and Americans alike. The female equivalent of a stag party in Canada is often known as a "stagette", "doe" or "bachelorette" (in Québec).
 See also

    * Bachelorette party
    * Bridal shower
    * STAG: A Test of Love reality television show about bachelor parties
    * Bachelor Party 1984 film
    * Very Bad Things 1998 film
    * The Hangover (film) 2009 film

 References

   1. ^ a b Boyer, David. Bachelor Party Confidential: A Real-Life Peek Behind the Closed-Door Tradition New York: Simon Spotlight Entertainment 2007. ISBN 1416928081
   2. ^ Austin, Michael. "Bachelor parties skip town." Crain's Chicago Business 7 May 2007. pp. 53-58. MasterFILE Premier EBSCOHost. Retrieved 23 May 2007.
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