Creative Summer Bachelorette Parties

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Are you interested in something different for your bachelor or bachelorette party than the classic bar crawl? Summer is the perfect time to take advatange of the season, try out one of these ideas for some fun in the sun with your closest girls and guys.

Float Trip

Relax and take a trip down the river with a float trip! For us here in the Midwest, a beautiful river is never too far away. Summer sun, drinks and plenty of scenery, this escape can be just the thing to celebrate the bride impending nuptials. 

Beach Vacay

Take one more girls only vacation for your bachelorette party and hit up a beach. No passport required. Gather the bride to be and bikini babe BFFs and road trip to the nearest beach for some much needed R&R, and maybe even a little sun-kissed skin to show off in your wedding dress. 

Glamping Getaway

When the bride is a nature girl with her heart set on camping but her bridal party of glamazons is not so keen on the idea, create the best of both worlds. Newer high tech tents and amenities can bring even the most reluctant material girl to venture out on a getaway to a local lake or national park.

Throwback Slumber Party

Remeber when girls used to get together to watch movies, eat junk food and play truth or dare all night long. Bring back memories with the adult version of a slumber party. Adult beverages, bridal games and whatever you choose for scandalous bachelorette entertainment. This blast from the past style event works especially well for a bridal party that consists of BFF's that have been friends since high school and beyond. 

Giving Back Volunteer Day Trip

What better way to celebrate your happiness than giving back to others?! Plan a trip or day around a volunteer opportunity or organization. You'll make amazing memories, spend time with your closest friends AND give back to your community. 

Co-Ed Celebration

Let's bring the guys and girls to celebrate together. Separate bachelor and bachelorette parties are not as common as they used to be. Many couples are now opting to have one big party or event celebrating both the bride and groom's last hurrahs as singles before tying the knot.

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