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Best Bachelorette Party Planning Ideas

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Best Bachelorette Party Planning Ideas #bride #bridetobe #bevhillsmag #beverlyhills #beverlyhillsmagazine #bacheloretteparty

 Listen, ladies, when planning a bachelorette party for your best friend, you have to plan one that she is never going to forget. It is your job, as her maid of honor, to really pull it out of the bag and plan something that she will remember for the rest of her life, long after she has settled down and married the love of her life. (Image Credit: Pexels by Pixabay)

Here, we are going to explore some fabulous, super sexy and classy bachelorette party ideas that are anything but basic – you will be forever known as the perfect maid of honor with one of these ideas!

Hire a villa with a pool for the weekend

For ultimate A-list treatment, hire a luxury villa somewhere hot and sunny, with a pool for the weekend – or longer! You could even look into how much does a plane cost to really take it to the next level. After all, the fun begins on the journey, right? Pack lots of champagne and bikinis, ready to while away the hours around the pool. If you want to be even more extra, hire a DJ to have the tunes pumping out while you relax or party away like it’s the last night of your lives, and a chef to prepare canapés and a leisurely boozy brunch the next morning – perfect for sorting out any hangovers that may be lurking!

Rejuvenate and focus your mind, body, and spirit

Totally different from the first bachelorette party option, but for the ultimate in relaxation, a spiritual retreat might be just the thing. If your friend is at risk of turning into a bridezilla over her wedding planning, this might bring her back down and remind her what truly matters.

After months – or years – of wedding decisions, shopping, and planning, this grand plan will be a total hit. It will be a relaxing vacation to put her mind at ease and enjoy some much-needed time with her girlfriends.

Explore and drink up a vineyard

Bachelorette parties should be classy. You could hit up a vineyard and sip a little. Ladies don’t get drunk, so keep it in moderation. Many have hotels attached to them or local, where you can stay over before heading to the vineyard to find out more about your favorite tipple.  You never know – you might discover that the bride to be is a bit of a wine connoisseur.

Glamp it up

If your girl likes the idea of camping but is more than a little high-maintenance, sleeping bags and tiny tents might not be her thing. However, these days, you can try out glamping – the glamorous big sister version of camping. You can get some Uber luxurious ones where you can soak in the night time scenery, pop a few bottles of fizz and enjoy – while being comfortable and cozy at the same time.

Sail the seven seas

Ok, so maybe not seven, but maybe one! Go all out and hire a yacht for a weekend. Your (hopefully handsome!) captain may be able to find you a little secluded cove for sunbathing and swimming or relax on the deck with a cocktail in one hand and your girls all around you. It will undoubtedly be an event that the bride will never forget!

Paintballing

Is the bride not the type to kick back and relax? If she is the adventurous sort, a game of paint balling might be right up her street. Dress up in your most elegant overalls, don those super sexy goggles and chase each other around, firing paintballs at each other. Embrace your competitive side and perhaps have some tasks for the losers to do at the end!

You could even arrange against the groomsmen before retreating for a strictly girls-only dinner and drinks.

Head to a ranch

For something a little different, why not play at cowgirls and head to a dude ranch for a few days? Cooking, horse riding, mountain biking, line dancing, and rock climbing are just a few of the activities on offer, as well as the chance to party the night away. What is not to love?

A bachelorette party does not have to be going to a club or a bar in tacky accessories. It can be a high-end, luxury break for all the girls and the bride.

Jacqueline Maddison
Jacqueline Maddison is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Beverly Hills Magazine. She believes in shining light on the best of the best in life. She welcomes you into the world of the rich and famous with the ultimate luxury lifestyle.
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