Planning a bachelorette party is just half the fun, when the celebration finally gets here is when the real fun starts. Any bridal party can think beyond the traditional bachelorette party outing and think about the different celebratory weekends their favorite bride would enjoy the most. Luckily, we've got five of the best ideas for the most creative and fun bachelorette parties.
1. Concert Outing
It's no secret that concerts can be expensive, but a bachelorette weekend is definitely a good time to splurge. So, start picking the bride's brain to see if she has any artists that she would love to see live. Rather than spending endless money at a club, you can instead put your money toward a concert that the entire bridal party will enjoy. That way, it's like treating the bride and yourself too.
2. Bar Crawl
Branch out instead of just sticking to one bar for a bachelorette party. Obviously, one bar or dance club can get boring after awhile. Instead, plan out a bar crawl that you know the bride will enjoy. Pick one hot spot location that's filled with unique bars and get to drinking! Be sure to have an Uber ready to go, or schedule a driver for the night if you have some extra money to spend!
3. Relaxed Spa Weekend
Chances are your bride is getting pretty stressed as her wedding nears. So, why not treat the bride to a pampering session? A spa weekend is something she probably wouldn't treat herself to, or even realize how much she needs it. This is definitely a fun and relaxing way to celebrate with the bride before her big day arrives.
4. City Exploring
If your bride loves to travel into a big city then you should definitely have a weekend filled with city exploring, if the budget allows. You can either pick a bigger city close to home or travel to one far away. Once the transportation costs are out of the way, there are plenty of free activities and sights to see, and inexpensive (but delicious) food that the bride will absolutely love.
5. Beach Getaway
A beach getaway is another relaxing bachelorette party location destination, no matter the season. If you can't have fun in the summer sun, you can take advantage of off-season prices at the bride's favorite beach towns. Just be sure that there's still plenty to do, and that there are places that are open if you do decide on a beach getaway in the fall or winter months.