Generally speaking, bachelorette parties involve the all night pub/bar crawl or watching hot buff guys do their thing at Mandate. Here are 5 different ideas to get your creative minds thinking to plan for a unique, fun celebration before the big day.
1. Yarra Valley Winery Tour The modern day kitchen tea party where brides to be can entertain both friends and family. Hire a private bus and start the morning with a champagne breakfast en route to the Yarra Valley. Enjoy magnificent views while being driven from one winery to another for generous tastings, stop for a decadent late lunch at one of the many fabulous vineyards, continue more tastings, then head back home to enjoy the wines you are sure to have bought along the way.
A champagne breakfast is always a great start to the day!
3. Adult Party with The Toy Box at Home Relax in the comfort and privacy of your own home, while Hottie Scottie, brings out his charismatic charm and cheeky sense of humour that will have you laughing out loudly and blushing as he showcases the high-end range of personal massagers, sensual oils, edible underwear, and wickedly naughty lingerie. Guaranteed to be outrageously fun and will have your girlfriends and their partners thanking you!
Arrange a "bring a plate/bottle of booze" party at a friend's home. Plan party games; pre-prepare jello shots, jugs of cocktails/mocktails, and a fun music playlist; set up a make shift dance floor; and perhaps convince a friend of a friend to be an entertainer for a hour.
House parties are easy to organize and always fun.
5. Weekend Away For a luxurious celebration, book a girls' weekend away to Daylesford for pampering; in a city hotel for shopping, sightseeing and all night partying; a mystery flight for an adventure; or the Grampians for some nature hikes.
Dance the night away at a club before crashing at your city hotel room.
Do you have other ideas for a Hen's night? What was the most memorable one you attended? Please share by leaving a comment.
Hi there, My wife has a Hens Night this weekend on the 5th of October in St Kilda Melbourne . They have a venue for dinner & drinks, My wife however isn't from Melbourne, & is after advice on where t. Go or what to do after dinner & drinks???
Could you please help with some options.
Thank you heaps.