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bachelorette party for a non drinker??

Abby, on September 17, 2016 at 9:22 PM Posted in Planning 0 16
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Hi!! Does anyone have any ideas for a bachelorette party that does not involve drinking? Any help would be appreciatedSmiley smile

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Latest activity by annakay511, on September 18, 2016 at 11:09 AM
  • BeachDreams
    Master May 2017
    BeachDreams ·
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    Karaoke, paint night (or other art class), walking food tours ETA: you can also still go to a club or lounge for dancing.

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  • Future Mrs. L
    VIP June 2017
    Future Mrs. L ·
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    We are renting inflatables and doing a paint slide (the strong landscaping fabric with paint on it...you wear white and slide on it). But I live on a farm with plenty of space for this stuff. It is a little redneck-ish but that is what my bridesmaids suggested and I am all for it!

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  • BreKMK
    Expert January 2017
    BreKMK ·
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    Belly dancing class, silks (like Cirque de Soliel) class, pole dancing/fitness class, ballroom dance class, zip lining tour...

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  • Ms. MRose
    Super April 2017
    Ms. MRose ·
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    I drink but my MOH (my daughter) is 14, one bridesmaid (her cousin) is 19, and my bff, the other bridesmaid, is 32. Needless to say, we aren't going to be doing anything involving drinking. We decided to have a pamper day with mani/pedis and massages instead.

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  • Kels
    Master August 2016
    Kels ·
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    Spa day?

    One of the wedding I was in we did that Smiley smile

    Escape room together?

    Pole dancing class?

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  • KS
    Expert October 2016
    KS ·
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    My SIL did a spa day with her BMs

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  • FutureMrsDeShong
    Super December 2017
    FutureMrsDeShong ·
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    I went to a bachelorette party when everyone was underage (bride was 19..) young I know! But, we all went to a lake and rented a cabin and had smores and played paint twister and went cliff jumping! It was a blast with no alcohol, so maybe something like that?

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  • O&L
    VIP September 2016
    O&L ·
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    Agree with pp, you can't go wrong with spa day

    You can also do cooking class, painting class, dance class...whatever you crowd is into!

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  • L
    Just Said Yes May 2017
    Latonya ·
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    We are having a throwback party, ladies only 2 day sleepover, which includes board games, going to the skating rink, and having a '80s/ '90s costume party complete with movies and music

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  • Jacks
    Master November 2054
    Jacks ·
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    Bowling, dinner and a movie. There are lots of things!

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  • Seale
    Master November 2017
    Seale ·
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    FH and I have discussed letting our BP know we'd prefer a joint one if they should throw us one. We have an escape room not too far which would be fun. Bowling. Painting and spa day like others have suggested.

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  • BecomingKrueger
    Master March 2017
    BecomingKrueger ·
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    One of my friends did a bachelorette weekend. We went away for the weekend and rented a cabin and went shopping and canoeing all weekend. It was really a good time!

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  • Courtney CtoS
    VIP August 2016
    Courtney CtoS ·
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    We went to the beach and just spent a relaxing weekend out there. We explored local shops and walked on the beach.

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  • Amanda
    VIP October 2016
    Amanda ·
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    Spa day. That's what we are doing.

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  • MissToMrs
    Dedicated June 2017
    MissToMrs ·
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    My friend did a weekend in Tennessee. We rented a cabin and spent the weekend hiking in the mountains and going to shops in Gatlinburg. We all had a fun time!

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  • annakay511
    Master July 2015
    annakay511 ·
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    What do you do for fun? Spa day, go dancing, nice dinner out, etc? Just do that!

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