Let’s talk about the second best part about your bestie getting married, the bachelorette party and planning for one fun gathering before she ties the knot. As the whole wedding planning gets done, it’s time to just sit back, unwind, and enjoy time together with the bride-to-be. There are many ways you can surprise the bride with a nice bachelorette party, but most importantly plan something you know she will love and enjoy with you. Here are some ideas for a fun and bonding bachelorette party.
1. Unwind with a spa day. This is the perfect way to help the bride-to-be to take some time off to relax and wind down after all the stress and planning. It would be nice if you would go as a group for some rejuvenation and beauty treatments before the big day.
2. Go for a yoga retreat. That is another way you can help the bride-to-be relax and clear her mind before the wedding. You’ll channel all the good energy of love, and peacefulness, and will keep pre-wedding jitters at bay.
3. Go Glamping. Like camping but a bit more glamorous, plan a nice getaway with the bride-to-be at a place near the beach or in the middle of nature where you can have quality time together away from the rush and running around before the big day.
4. Enjoy a karaoke night. What can be more fun than laughing your heart out and enjoying karaoke? You may think that karaoke is a thing of the past or an old-fashioned activity, but this feeling will change the moment you get on stage and sing and dance together.
5. Join a choreography class. Who doesn’t enjoy dancing with their bestie? Now imagine it with the bride-to-be who you love with all your heart. Book a choreography or dance class together and learn some new moves for the big day.
6. Book a bride squad photoshoot. Besides the wedding photos, the bachelorette party will be another lovely memory you would like to keep together. Do your hair, have some nice makeup on, and you can agree together on a certain outfit theme for the shoot. It will be one of the lovely experiences you want to keep as a memory.