6 Bachelorette Party Destinations Perfect for the Non-Traditional Bride
There are certain parts of a bachelorette party, like stylish favors, fun bachelorette games and classic cocktails, that we’re behind 100 percent. Other aspects, like phallic-shaped anything, horrid hangovers and packed clubs, we can easily do without. Plus, there are only so many times you can do Las Vegas or Miami in a wedding season before you’re body-jeweled out. To help combat bachelorette-party fatigue, we’ve rounded up six awesome destinations that’ll breathe new life into the classic tradition.
FIG or Husk for traditional Southern fare gone modern. Intersperse your culinary exploits by lounging poolside at the pastel pink Mills House, or drive out to the barrier islands for some sun-and-sand time. Plus, the city’s young professional and college populations make for a thriving nightlife scene, so you can still fit in that wild night out. (Photo via The Mills House)
Imogen + Willie. Keep your energy up by trying the pizza at City House and grabbing drinks at Patterson House. Even if you don’t religiously watch Nashville, you’ll still want to catch some of the town’s incredible musicians at the Bluebird Cafe (yes, your favorite TV venue actually exists). (Photo via Leigh-Ann Beverly Photography)
RHONJ cast, we can safely say this Arizona wellness retreat will appeal to all types. It’s the perfect choice for those bach parties that are made up of a potentially awkward mix of high school friends, college roommates, little sisters and work besties. Miraval provides spa services, meditation workshops, cooking demos, yoga classes and a ton of other activities that are both luxe and restorative. (Photo via Miraval Retreat)
and modern — book a spa day at the Aire Ancient Baths in TriBeCa during your girls’ trip to the Big Apple. For less than $150 a person, you can spend two hours lounging in thermal baths, resting in the relaxation room and indulging in a 30-minute aromatherapy massage. (Photo via Aire Ancient Baths)