Girls Night Out
Boston Bachelorette Party Ideas and Bachelorette Party Etiquette
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is the time for close friends and family to celebrate with you
and the groom.
Massachusetts has its own unique and specialty parties! Though
for some an afternoon tea may be called for, you may want to
completely let your hair down and go to the dogs by attending
Greyhound Racing or take a weekend trip across the border.
Everyone these days should be careful
about alcohol consumption even if you are
provide not only transportation, but can be a safe party on
wheels, and a limousine scavenger hunt or a party in a funky
school bus or trolley are just some of the ways that Bostonians
a light drinker.
The interactive theaters are popular, as are weekend parties,
parties strictly for the girls or the guys, there are
These are especially popular for today’s bride and groom
who are older than in times past.
long ago became the rave and the rage; after all, it’s
only fair that the bride have her girls’ night out with
her friends! His and hers work buddies or colleagues
may want to join in the fun to lend their support to
the happy couples.
party trend that recently hit the Greater Boston Area
is to have the bridesmaids go through their closets,
pick out their ugliest bridesmaid’s dress and have a
rule: They obviously cannot wear the dresses that they
are wearing to your wedding.
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Whatever your idea of a great bachelorette bash,
you can find the perfect way to create an unforgettable
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how-to's and suggestions for everything from bawdy
and naughty, to a fun lingerie party, or just a
quiet night out with the girls!
Suggestions for favorite party
venues, party toasts, and more of the latest bachelorette
party tips are included in expert Web guides - geared
to bridesmaids and maid of honor who traditionally
pitch in to help celebrate the bride-to-be on her
very special night...
101 Bachelorette Party Tips
- Check out directories for bachelorette party club
and restaurant venues by U.S. state, plus a Web
guide to party supplies, strippers and exotic dancers,
lots of clever ideas for
tips for theme parties, related links and an online
Bachelorette Party Ideas
- A big collection of illustrated directions for
related games & activities, drink recipes, bachelorette
party toasts, and a smart consumer
guide to hiring a male stripper.
Bachelorette Party How-To
- Detailed planning guide covering the gamut - including
the guest list, choosing a theme, deciding on a
venue, sending invitations, games, icebreakers party
favor ideas, and suggestions for great photo ops.
Bachelorette Party Games
- Party group activities for a special girls night
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- Did someone say KARAOKE?? Plus more classic, in
your face ideas for the traditional rowdy girls
night out, including games, activities, related
Bachelorette Party Alternatives
- A few brief examples of how to have fun away from
the club scene, including a Jack and Jill Party
- where the groom gets to join in...
Bachelorette Super Store
- The rest of the site is a super store for bachelorette
party supplies, but this page is commerce free.
A long listing of ideas with some unusual party
themes and lots of good advice...
Even though we are
parties, a certain protocol and consideration of etiquette
is important. Anyone can be the host or hostess of your parties,
except when it comes to showers.
The immediate family (parents and siblings) should not host
a shower; but, you and/or your mother should host a party especially
for the bride’s attendants, and it is perfectly all right to
invite other female relatives and friends.
While it is tradition
that the groom and/or his parents host the
Rehearsal Dinner, the financial responsibility can be shared
or even completely handled by the bride’s family. It is
proper and even helpful for the bride to provide a list of names
and addresses of people to be invited to showers. Anyone invited
to a shower must be invited to the wedding, and while it is
OK to invite someone to more than one
shower, you shouldn’t expect a second gift. Gifts are to
be unwrapped with the guest’s presents. It’s a good idea to
have someone take notes to record the names and a description
of the gifts.
Thank You notes
should be written promptly whether or not a gift is given; and
it is customary to give a gift to each hostess/host.
Bachelorette Parties: The Basics
of a "Girls Night Out"
with planning a crazy night-on-the
town for the bride-to-be? Here's
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parties have been a wedding
tradition since the so-called
Olden Days, when they gave the
groom a chance to "sow his wild
oats" before marriage. We are
well out of that dark age (thank
goodness!), and these days women
celebrate imminent weddings
with their closest pals too.
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anyone can host a bachelorette
party. Often the maid of honor
and bridesmaids, who are close
to the bride, do the honors,
but any friend, relative (a
cousin, for example), or even
coworkers who feel the urge
can plan this party.
The Guest List
guests must all be invited to
the wedding, but this isn't
necessarily true for bachelorette
parties. Chances are that most
bachelorette party guests --
who are generally the bride's
best gal pals -- are wedding
guests, too, but it's fine to
invite coworkers or neighbors
who may not be invited to a
small or out-of-town wedding.
Just be up front with them about
your limited wedding guest list
-- you don't want to disappoint
any well-wishers. It's usually
best to keep this party pretty
small -- definitely under 20,
and under 10 is probably ideal.
Decide on a Date
clear of the night before the
wedding -- the last thing the
bride needs is a hangover! She'll
be nervous enough; she shouldn't
have to worry about getting
sick. (The rehearsal dinner
is usually scheduled for that
night, anyway.) If the wedding
is in a town other than the
bride's hometown, you might
want to have the party before
she leaves; even if the wedding
is local, party at least 2 or
3 nights before the big day.
can plan the entire bash, or
several people (like the bridesmaids
or the clique from college)
can collaborate. Some bachelorette
hosts ask for a donation from
each guest or co-host, depending
on the type of party -- whether
you're renting a private room
in a restaurant or taking everyone
for an afternoon of spa treatments,
for example. That contribution
may range from $50 to $200,
but the bride shouldn't have
to contribute a dime. Be reasonable
and don't go overboard -- you
needn't put yourself in debt
time can be had by all for little
Spread the Word
invitations will do, or make
your own with a desktop publishing
program or paper, scissors,
pens, and glue. Choose or design
with a theme in mind, even if
it's as simple as the bride's
favorite color. Some hostesses
forgo official invitations and
just call guests a few weeks
before the wedding -- it all
depends on the type of party
you're planning. If you need
to make reservations for a show
or other activity, you'll probably
want guests to officially RSVP.
If you'll be hanging out at
the corner bar, scrap the invites
-- a phone call is probably
parties are more laid-back and
less structured than traditional
bridal showers. There is no
"typical" bash, though what
usually comes to mind is a group
of giggling girls dragging the
bride from bar to bar (maybe
encountering a sexy male stripper
along the way) and making her
blush in public. You can paint
the town red if that's your
style (or, more importantly,
the bride's). But there are
lots of other ways to celebrate
-- a nice dinner at someone's
house or a favorite restaurant,
low-key dancing at a cool club,
a concert (maybe Prince is in
town and the bride absolutely
adores him) -- the list is endless.
The point is to reminisce, laugh,
act goofy, and embarrass the
bride at least a little (phallic
props like wind-up mini penises
are hilarious - as long as she
won't get completely offended!).
Tokens of Appreciation
party is not a gift party in
the same way a shower is --
presents are not necessary.
That said, this is a great opportunity
for guests to give the bride
silly gifts -- or even sexy
ones (like the lingerie that
was just too risqué for the
shower). You might ask everyone
to bring a gag gift (one guest
we know presented the bride
with a glamorous red wig to
wear all night) or something
hot -- a book about fabulous
sex complete with diagrams,
or perhaps a how-to video! Regression
is another option -- give her
candy necklaces or rings, bubbles,
glitter, or a water gun.
is for the bride and her guests
to just have fun before the
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