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bachelorette party MinnesotaMommy2One 1 child; Minnesota 2488 posts
7th Feb '13

My best friend is getting married in a few months. I really need to get on planning her party. Like now. lol. normally planning a bachelorette party would be easy right? here's the dilemma. the other bridesmaids are her sisters. none of them are 21 and one of them isnt 18 yet even. How the heck do you have a fun bachelorette party with that situation? any suggestions. I was either thinking we could do something totally family friendly like go out to a girly movie and dinner together. or we could rent a hotel room and party there (which I don't really like the idea of due to the fact that my friend and I would be providing alcohol, which isn't a-ok with me).

Kylie's👣Mommy. 1 child; 1 angel baby; Texas 3441 posts
7th Feb '13

Hmm. That is a tough situation. I like the dinner and movie idea. Or go out to dinner then a movie. Then the younger ones can go home and the 18 and up can go out?

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
7th Feb '13

Lots of fun things to do. Look into a pole fit class, learn a sexy pole dance. Lots of places do a bachelorette party.

MinnesotaMommy2One 1 child; Minnesota 2488 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Kylie's Mommy ♥:" Hmm. That is a tough situation. I like the dinner and movie idea. Or go out to dinner then a movie. Then the younger ones can go home and the 18 and up can go out?"


yeah we may be able to do that. I know the one who is 20 would love to go out with us, because she's into partying and whatnot. the others aren't into that, so they probably wouldnt even mind if we did something else afterwards. It's tough too because we live in a small town so that limits options as well.

MinnesotaMommy2One 1 child; Minnesota 2488 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Kimber-lily:" Lots of fun things to do. Look into a pole fit class, learn a sexy pole dance. Lots of places do a bachelorette party."


can you do that stuff if you aren't 18? like if she was 18 it wouldn't be so horrible because they are casinos and passion parties, etc. I also live in southern MN which doesn't have a whole lot to do. maybe it's worth checking into doing something in the cities. I just don't want to foot the bill to pay for everyone to spend a weekend in the cities ugh.

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Kylie's Mommy ♥:" Hmm. That is a tough situation. I like the dinner and movie idea. Or go out to dinner then a movie. Then the younger ones can go home and the 18 and up can go out?"


This is what I was thinking. Make it an all-day thing. Go to a nail salon and do girly stuff during the day, end it with dinner, and then have a party bus pick you up from dinner and go to the bars to celebrate. Either the younger ones get good fakes, or they just don't go. That way everyone is involved!

Kylie's👣Mommy. 1 child; 1 angel baby; Texas 3441 posts
7th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" This is what I was thinking. Make it an all-day thing. Go to a nail salon and do girly stuff during ... [snip!] ... and go to the bars to celebrate. Either the younger ones get good fakes, or they just don't go. That way everyone is involved!"</blockquote>




This is perfect!

user banned California 36390 posts
7th Feb '13

We had a sleepover for mine and watched movies.

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
7th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tasha Norman:</b>" can you do that stuff if you aren't 18? like if she was 18 it wouldn't be so horrible because they are ... [snip!] ... doing something in the cities. I just don't want to foot the bill to pay for everyone to spend a weekend in the cities ugh."</blockquote>




I don't think someone needs to be 18 to take a dance class. It's not like its stripping.

aℓyssa Due October 21 (girl); 1 child; Manhattan, KS, United States 18872 posts
7th Feb '13

My best friend is getting married in June and I'm here MOH.



We're going to Vegas for her bachelorette party. :D



I'd say have a pure romance party or something equivalent, but the girl that's under 18 couldn't even be there. That's tough.



Dinner would be fun though! Somewhere friendly like Applebee's or something. You and the bride can order drinks and just make sure to bring p***s shaped things. :lol:

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
7th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting aℓyssa

aℓyssa Due October 21 (girl); 1 child; Manhattan, KS, United States 18872 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Kimber-lily:" <blockquote><b>Quoting aℓyssa
Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting aℓyssa