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Bachelor Party Ideas During COVID

Bachelor Party Ideas During COVID

The bad news is that COVID canceled a lot of bachelor party plans. The good news is that there are still ways you can plan an epic bachelor party. Excuse the slight hiccup in the world of bachelor parties, but soon, you’ll be back better than ever to host an amazing party, even during COVID.

There are lots of bachelor party ideas during COVID to take your party to the next level. We’re entering a new era of bachelor parties with virtual elements and rethinking what it means to party. You have a chance now to become a pioneer for hosting a wild bachelor party during these unprecedented times.

If you’re ready to make history, check out some ideas for your COVID bachelor party.

Where to Party during COVID

The biggest question is where you can host your bachelor party. Before, you might have considered a trip out of town to one of the top party destinations, but since that’s no longer an option, you have to get creative.

There are many innovative ideas on making the most out of your bachelor party when you host it at one of the following:

  • Virtual
  • House party
  • Camping
  • Beach

Virtual Party

The COVID pandemic introduced a lot of new social norms to the world, including the way we communicate and interact with others. While online interaction was on its way to becoming the norm before, it’s now essential as people practice social distancing, working from home, etc. You can maintain the same protocols for your bachelor party by having a virtual party.

Virtual bachelor parties are one of the new additions to the modern day because of the widespread shutdowns and travel restrictions. Welcome to the future because it’s also one of the best ways to have a bachelor party.

A virtual bachelor party takes place online via video conferencing tools. Some of the popular places to host a virtual party are:

  • Zoom
  • Skype
  • Google Hangouts
  • Facetime

By now, we’re video conferencing experts because of working from home, but they also make great tools for hosting a virtual bachelor party. Since all of your friends might not be able to make it to your party in person, set up a room for everyone to login.

One of the biggest challenges to planning a bachelor party is deciding who to invite and seeing who can actually attend. Now, it’s no excuse to invite everyone down for a good time. Your virtual bachelor party can include all party favorites like drinking, decorations, food, etc.

Just make sure the ladies aren’t in the same room!

House Party

With all of the clubs and bars closed, everyone is looking for a place to party. One of the exceptions is throwing a house party for a small group of friends. If the guys are comfortable hanging out at a house, it’s a great way to still throw an epic bachelor party during COVID.

House parties are always a consideration for bachelor parties, but now, they’re becoming even more popular. A house gives you a lot more flexibility and freedom than going to a club, not to mention a much cheaper option. You can get more fun for your dollar if you know how to plan a house party the right way.

A house party falls within the guidelines of COVID as long as everyone makes sure to keep their hands washed – and be sure not to have any symptoms if you’re planning to attend! With the basic guidelines laid down, everything else is up to you on how you want to party.

Something to consider is whose house will host the party. If you have a friend willing to risk his home for the shitshow, by all means, make it the destination. For those who want something different, think about renting a house on Airbnb to accommodate everyone. You can find rentals in the same city, or within driving distance, and even stay for a couple of nights to take full advantage of the space. 

Camping

Outdoors is one place that hasn’t been drastically affected by COVID. In fact, national and state parks are a growing trend in tourism. Camping outdoors is an excellent option for a bachelor party during COVID and checks off all of the requirements for having a great time.

Camping means that you’ll be one with nature as you get shitfaced with all of your friends. And ideally, you’ll have a secluded place to let the night get as wild as you want. Whether you’re visiting a local park at a designated campground or know of some cool backpacking camping spots, the outdoors is always welcoming for a bachelor party.

Grab some tents and spend a couple of days in nature. Before arriving at a campsite, be sure to stock up on food and drinks, so that you won’t have to leave to refill once you arrive. And chances are you won’t have any strippers attending the party, but there’s plenty of other fun things to do with just the guys.

Camping is one place where men are allowed to be men. Wake up and immediately start drinking, cookout over the open flames, and there are unlimited places to relieve yourself. The open fields are perfect for tossing around the football or build a massive bonfire at night to tell embarrassing stories about the bachelor.

Beach

If you’re lucky enough to live by a beach, you can throw an epic bachelor party. Beaches are open and ready for you to party the day away. Most people would want to travel to a beach destination for their bachelor party, but since you are nearby, take full advantage of it.

Beaches were initially closed during the shutdown, but have since reopened. Some of the guidelines include limiting the number of people in your party, distancing from other groups, and wearing a mask if walking around. If you’re comfortable with the local rules, you’re in for some unexpected fun.

The beach gives you plenty of things to do to make it the best bachelor party ever.

  • Swimming
  • Water sports
  • Boating
  • Beach sports

Rent a boat to take out onto the water to day drink the entire time. You won’t have to worry about operating while drunk if you have a captain navigating for you. Speedboats also make for fun water activities.

Swimming and water sports are a given when visiting the beach. If the weather is nice, the water will be very refreshing and give you an excuse to take your mask off.

Play a few competitive sports on the beach like soccer, volleyball, or football. You’ll truly feel like a bachelor running around in the sand – it’s also one of the few places you’ll see some hot girls walking around in bikinis.

Things to Do

The COVID pandemic just means that you have to find a new way to experience a bachelor party. It will surely be one to remember as you’ll have a slightly different story to tell when talking about it in a couple of years.

You can have some creative fun for a COVID bachelor party by including these in your itinerary:

  • Decorations
  • Drinking Games
  • Virtual Games
  • Eating out
  • Outdoor fun

Decorations

Regardless of where you’re hosting the bachelor party, decorations are a simple way to liven up the party. Although the COVID pandemic canceled all trips, you can still outfit the venue to look like your dream bachelor party destination.

Decorations work well for social distance parties to make you feel like you are somewhere ideal or get you in the party spirit. If you’re hosting a bachelor party at home or doing a virtual party, the decorations make the perfect backdrops.

Some decoration ideas to include are:

  • Party banners
  • Balloons
  • Signs

You don’t have to go overboard with decorations. Consider sending a simple party decoration pack to everyone attending the party virtually, so that it looks like an actual event. Everyone can sit in front of the banners to feel like everyone is in the same place.

For a house party setting, banners, balloons, and signs work great for transforming an ordinary house into a party venue. Forget about visiting the beach for your bachelor party and, instead, get some beach-themed or sports-themed decorations to put up.

Drinking Games

Some people will still opt for an in-person bachelor party like at someone’s house or outdoors. Since the bar isn’t an option anymore for drinking, all bachelor parties during COVID are BYOB. Visit the local store to pick up lots of beer and liquor to get the party set up for lots of drinking games to keep you entertained.

Bachelor parties can enjoy all of the classic drinking games:

You’ll have plenty of fun within your party group with these games and more – they also allow you to space out a bit instead of the small bar setting.

For those a bit more creative, you can set up an entire “Drinking Olympics” to add a bit more competition to the games. Divide into two teams and compete against each other to see who can win the most games.

If you’re outdoors, you’ll have plenty of room to run around to different drinking game stations and can add in a relay component. The possibilities are endless to find fun ways of getting shitfaced all night.

Virtual Games

Drinking games are a must for all bachelor parties! Bars and clubs will be the last venues reopening after widespread shutdowns, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t overindulge in alcohol drinking. Drinking games are something you can enjoy virtually or with a small group of friends.

If you’re practicing social distancing and hosting a virtual bachelor party, stock up on plenty of beer, wine, and liquor because you’ll need it. Everyone should have drinks to participate in the activities – the good thing is that everyone can have their favorite drinks instead of sharing the same bottles.

Some fun drinking games include:

  • Guessing Game
  • Get to know the bachelor
  • 2 Truths and a lie

There are even online gaming sites that provide a collection of games that work perfectly for bachelor parties. The games typically work by drinking every time you get an answer wrong or are the odd man out.

Unless you’re an expert on the bachelor-to-be, get your liver prepared for a long night of drinking. The good thing is that you won’t have to worry about making it back home after a drunken night.

Eating Out

The best way to survive a long night of drinking is to prepare in advance with a great meal before the drinking starts. “What to eat” is a common question asked during a bachelor party, especially if you’re traveling to a new city. Dining options are limited due to a change in restaurant policies, but some alternatives might even be better than how it was.

If you’re looking for an excellent meal for the bachelor party, consider these options:

  • Restaurant eat outdoors
  • Food delivery
  • Cookout

Restaurants have found a way to reopen thanks to outdoor dining. If your group isn’t too large, sit down at a patio or sidewalk table and enjoy a restaurant meal we know you’ve been missing. It’s the perfect time to make that bachelor party toast.

Thanks to services like Uber Eats and DoorDash, you can have restaurant meals for your virtual bachelor party. Make it fun and place your orders at the same restaurant simultaneously and see whose food will get delivered first.

If you’re hosting a house party or camping, you can stock up on food at the grocery store and cookout. Choose the best person on the grill and toss on all your favorite barbecue foods – hot dogs, hamburgers, ribs, etc.

Outdoor Fun

Many people rediscovered the great outdoors thanks to the impact of the COVID pandemic. Since large gatherings aren’t permitted, and most social venues closed, the outdoors are one place you can turn to for hosting a bachelor party.

You can do lots of outdoor activities if you’re having a camping or beach bachelor party. It could even be a fun idea to hit a local park to play around for a bit for some guy bonding.

A couple of ideas for outdoor activities include:

  • Sports
  • Hiking

Since all guys love sports, you don’t have to just watch them anymore, but should consider splitting up in teams and competing on your own. Parks usually have designated space for basketball courts or football fields set up. Hit the track, have a relay race, or play some volleyball if you’re on the beach.

Hiking is also a fun outdoor activity. Since many national and state parks are open, you can find some great hiking locations to explore. You might even get some great views at the end.

No need to reschedule your bachelor party if you had one approaching. Now, you can enjoy a party with your guy group in a new way. Test out some of these COVID bachelor party ideas to revive the party spirit and create some of the most epic times in your bachelor party.

Have some other ideas for a bachelor party during COVID? Let us know in the comments what you’re thinking!

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Bachelor Party Decorations

Bachelor Party Decorations

Looking to plan a bachelor party? One of the most important things (besides the drinks) is the decorations. The perfect bachelor party decorations can turn a bland room into a center for entertainment where the shitshow can commence. 

Party decorations can be a bit of a hassle to find the best things, but we’ve made it simple by putting together a guide to all the must-have decorations for the bachelor party. Some of the things you definitely want to include:

  • Clothes
  • Drinking accessories
  • Party games
  • Food decorations
  • Photobooth
  • Party banners
  • Balloons

Before buying decorations, figure out if you want to add a theme to your bachelor party. Some popular themes are sports or Las Vegas (check out our Las Vegas bachelor party guide if you get a chance to go!).

Remember, it could be the bachelor-to-be’s last night out with the guys, so don’t hold back in showing your immaturity to remind him of what he’ll be missing when he enters the married life.

Let’s check out how you can decorate your bachelor party!

Clothing

Not everybody likes the attention or the spotlight, but during a bachelor party, it’s something that you can’t avoid. While you’re busy decorating the party venue, it’s also a smart idea to decorate yourselves with some bachelor party-themed clothing.

Let the world know you’re getting ready for a shitshow with some of the favorite clothing articles:

You can get as creative as you want when planning out what kinds of t-shirts everybody will wear. If you’re planning a bachelor party trip for a couple of days, be sure to get gear for every single night.

Hats are an excellent way for the ladies to distinguish the bachelor from the rest of the cohorts. Add a little extra flair to his hat so he won’t be missed and could potentially land him some celebratory kisses (or dances) from the ladies. Check out one of these hat and veil accessories. It’s the perfect hat to symbolize the upcoming wedding and what you’ll be looking forward to for the rest of your life.

Sashes and buttons are a must for all bachelor parties. Don’t be shy about announcing your bachelor party celebration to the world. The accessories are versatile to wear them in the day or the night, and you can easily switch them onto other clothing. You’re sure to draw a lot of attention and might even get some free shots at the bar if you’re lucky.

Drinking Accessories

It’s your bachelor party, so it might be one of the last times you can indulge in long nights of care-free drinking with the guys. While you’re stocking your house or party venue with drinks, don’t forget to include a few decorations to accessorize the drinks – as if drinking isn’t fun enough!

Some of the best drinking accessories to include are:

Drinking accessories aren’t strictly for the decoration but can have functional benefits. Everybody loves a cold beer, but no so much the cold chill on your hands while holding the can. Use the party can coolers to give you the perfect grip on your drink, so your hand stays warm, and your beer stays cold. It’s also a great way to remember which drink is yours.

Coasters are a fun decoration if you’re partying at home and don’t want the bride-to-be to see beer can marks on her favorite table when she returns. Design some fun coasters with images of the groom’s face or your favorite bachelor quote and place them around the room to use (or forget to use).

Alcohol labels attempt to disguise the drink, but we all know what’s in the bottle. Substitute your favorite alcohol label with a fun message like “Bachelor Party in Progress” or fun images to transform any regular bottle into the perfect bachelor party drink.

Party Games

There are two things that all guys love: drinking and games. While you’re planning out the bachelor party festivities, be sure to include a few fun drinking games for the pregame before going out.

Drinking games are the perfect opportunity to tie in your party theme while adding some friendly competition to the bachelor party. Some of the fun games to include at the party are:

Whether you’re hosting your bachelor party at home or in a venue, you can have a designated section for the games. Beer pong is always a hit regardless of where you’re throwing the party. Beer pong is simple to set up with red cups, a table, beer, and beer pong balls. Pick up some custom beer pong balls to give the game a slightly different look than what you were used to in your college days.

Use your imagination and come up with the best pin the “tail” game for your bachelor party. Pick a wall and hang up a poster of a beautiful woman to pin the targets on the boobs or get a cutout of the groom and challenge yourself to pin something wacky on him.

The scavenger hunt is a fun game that could last all night. Start with some fun points sheets with details on how to score throughout the night. Getting a girl to kiss the bachelor on the cheek is for rookies, but if the bachelor party gets really wild, you can earn major points with getting a girl to give him a lap dance. Hint: make sure to include visiting the strip club for the end of the night to make it a guarantee.

Food Decorations

Since you’re getting a few decorations for the drinks, why skip out on doing the same for the food. Food during a bachelor party is much more than something to fill up on but can provide some fun in supporting your theme.

There are a few things to consider when putting together the food list for your bachelor party:

  • Decorative cake
  • Fun finger foods

Cake is always a delicious treat to have for all celebrations. Surprise the groom-to-be with a special cake to kick off the bachelor party celebrations. You can easily find a bakery to buying a customized cake, either with a photo of his face or something quirkier like a cake designed as a vagina.

The best cakes won’t even be touched until you return for the night after partying, so make it nice so that it provides some decorative appeal to the party.

Aside from the cake, you’ll need some fin finger foods to munch on in between alcohol shots while pregaming to go out. It’s time to upgrade from the typical chips and dip for more suitable hor’s d ‘oeuvres like boob-shaped pastries or vagina gummies.

Photobooth

The most successful bachelor parties are ones that you won’t be able to discuss outside of the party circle but to ease the mind of the bride-to-be, you’ll need to show a bit of evidence of what happened. Leave the cameras behind when you go out for the night, but you can always set up a fun photo booth to show everyone before the real shitshow begins.

Photo booths are always wacky fun, so if you’ve never stepped inside of one, get prepared for embarrassing photos that show just how immature you can be. The best part about photo booths are the props, so here’s a few to consider:

  • Clothing accessories
  • Signs
  • Blow up dolls

Your party outfit is never enough when you step into a photo booth. Dress it up a bit with some of the favorite accessories like oversized glasses or wacky-colored bow ties. It also never hurts to throw on a fake mustache if you want to disguise your identity slightly.

It’s also a great opportunity to hold up some signs signifying that the photos came from the bachelor party and not a graduation party. Bachelor party signs work best if they’re obscene, so find you with the craziest text to hold up. “Kiss This” and “Bad choices make good stories” are a few that will surely define the night appropriately.

For even wilder photos that might alarm the bride-to-be, don’t be afraid to show that blow-up doll that we already know will be present at your bachelor party.

Party Banners

One of the best ways to decorate your house for a bachelor party is will banners. It’s a simple way to transform it from a simple home into a party center!

Banners can serve as a big welcome for the bachelor entering his last party in the single life, so make it good. It’s another decoration where you can get creative.

Pick out the best colors to match the rest of the decorations and find some fun messages to put as the text. It might be tempting to stick with the bachelor’s name or simply “bachelor party,” but for something clever, hang up “same vagina forever” to celebrate.

The banners aren’t just text, but can also include a few hanging streamers or swirls for a little extra flavor.

Some of the ideal places to hang your banner are:

  • Entrance
  • Central location

The entrance is always a great place to symbolize walking into the party zone. Emerge through the banner, and you’ll see where the shitshow begins.

You could also pick a central location, and they’ll be the focal point of the bachelor party. Place the games or food table beneath the sign to direct your drunken friends where to go. It will be an excellent place for photos to capture the neat decorations before the wild events of the party begin.

Balloons

What’s a party without balloons? Balloons always make the perfect decorations regardless of your age. It’s also a great complement to your party banners and theme, so there’s lots of fun things you can do with them.

When you first think about balloons, the typical circular shape might come to mind, but there’s a few ways to get something more fitting for the occasion. Some of the types of balloons to consider for a bachelor party include:

  • Message balloons
  • Shape balloons
  • Letter balloons

A bachelor party deserves more than just plain balloons hanging around the room. Add a bit of fun to the decoration with some unique messages tailored just for the party. “She said no strippers” makes for an excellent slogan for the night, especially as you guys await the private dancers to arrive at the party.

Balloons have gotten much more advanced since you last had them for your birthday party – you can find balloons in all types of shapes and styles to perfectly outfit the party. If you’re going with a theme for the party, try to find some balloons to coincide with it – like a sports ball balloon, or a super-hero logo. If you don’t have a theme, you can always opt for a vagina-shaped balloon.

Take your slogan to the next level and get letter balloons to spell out the words. It will really bring the message to life, but you’ll have some fun trying to set them up so that it spells out the phrase correctly.

Party Pack

You don’t have to be an interior designer or party planner to find the perfect bachelor party decorations. Today, it’s a simple task thanks to pre-packaged party packs. Party packs have everything you need for setting up a bachelor party – even if it’s the last minute. Save yourself some time and money and grab a pack.

Party packs come with a variety of decorations and can differ significantly depending on where you purchase them. For example, these party packs give you the perfect theme of “same vagina forever” with corresponding balloons and party streamers.

Everything is already color-coordinated, so you might surprise everyone with how cohesive the party looks. The party packs take care of the main decorations, so you can focus more on buying enough beer and alcohol to last the entire party.

Do you want to take a bachelor party trip instead of planning it at home? Check out the top bachelor party destinations of the year to find some of the best places to party in the world!

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Lesbian Bachelorette Party Ideas

Lesbian Bachelorette Party Ideas

A lesbian wedding shatters all stereotypes of what marriage should look like, but have you considered how to go about throwing an epic lesbian bachelorette party. You’re not the only one stuck on ideas on how to plan the perfect party suitable for the couple, while still keeping the night as crazy as possible.

Planning a lesbian bachelorette party takes a bit of creativity, and we’ll give you an inside scoop at how you can throw a party for the books. You’ll get insights on what you should do during the party, where to throw it, and how to make your party guest list.

Follow our guide, and you’re sure to put on the wildest bachelorette party for your favorite lesbians.

How many parties?

Perhaps the trickiest thing to hosting a bachelorette party for a lesbian couple is whether to throw one party or two parties. Many lesbian couples consider themselves as two brides, meaning both are deserving of a bachelorette party. There are a few things to consider before you jump into your party planning.

Unless they explicitly tell you, you might not know what kind of party they would like. Some couples prefer to leave many of the other marriage traditions the same, such as separate parties. Hosting two parties is twice the amount of work, but also twice the amount of fun.

Two parties could be a smart idea is the two brides have different circles of friends, in which each group would do the planning individually. A bachelorette party symbolizes the last night out while single, a tradition that applies no matter who is getting married.

In other cases, you might consider hosting a joint party as a way to celebrate both of the brides-to-be simultaneously. A joint party works best when both of the brides share the same circle of friends. Instead of two small parties for each of the ladies, how about putting all your resources into hosting one epic lesbian bachelorette party.

Planning a Lesbian Bachelorette Party

Now that you know whether you’re throwing a party for one bride or two, it’s time to start the exciting planning process. You probably won’t expect planning a lesbian bachelorette party to be so fun, but you’re in for a big surprise.

A lesbian bachelorette party is a bit unconventional, so don’t be shy to sway away from some of the old traditions. There are no rules on how you should plan your party, but there are some suggestions to make it of good taste for the brides.

One of the best ways to spotlight the lesbian couple is intertwining some LGBTQ themes into the party. Some things that you can do include rainbow-colored decorations, a vagina-shaped cake, and, of course, matching shirts for everyone. Something creative you could do is decorate the doorway as if you’re entering a vagina.

Planning a party for one bride can be easier because you only have to consider one person’s favorite things. When planning a joint lesbian bachelorette party, think about what both of them like and incorporate those themes.

Before getting into some of the specific lesbian bachelorette party activities, you should first think about who will be attending the party.

Who’s on the bachelorette party guest list?

Once you announce the plans for your epic lesbian bachelorette party, the first question you’ll get is who’s coming.

Selecting the perfect group of people is just as important as planning out the best things to do during the party. If you’re planning a party for a lesbian couple, you should forget all the standards of a girls-only party.

Although the guests of honor are both ladies, doesn’t mean the rest of the guests have to be. Some of the most successful lesbian bachelorette parties invite the girl and guy friends of the brides.

You can still do your girly activities, even if straight male friends attend, they realize that they’re going to a lesbian bachelorette party, right?

 

It easy when both brides share the same circle of friends because you already know the main people to invite. If they have different friends, but doing a joint party, try to keep the numbers evenly balanced (planning ahead for competitive games between sides).

Not everybody attending the party has to be a bridesmaid or even lesbian. Try to have some fun and mix up the personalities. You’re there to have a great time, and the people you party with can make all the difference.

Where to host your party?

If you have an idea of some of the things you want to do during the bachelorette party and who you want to attend, you can begin the process of choosing the best place to host it.

Throwing a lesbian bachelorette party at home can be a lot of fun. Pick the bridesmaid with the best house for the party and start setting it up there. If you think the party might get a little wild for home, you could also rent a house or apartment for the day on Airbnb.

If your budget permits, how about a destination bachelorette party? You don’t have to save the travel adventure until the honeymoon and pick an amazing place to run wild.

Keep in mind that you’re planning a party for lesbians, so choose LGBTQ-friendly destinations for the most fun.

 

There are many places to have a destination bachelorette party such as New Orleans, San Francisco, or Disney World. These are two places where you can ensure your rainbow-colored accessories will be more than acceptable.

Your party location depends on how long you plan to have the party. A party at home would be great for one night but extended for a weekend if you plan on traveling somewhere.

It also depends on what you plan to do during the bachelorette party. Check out some of the best things to do and plan accordingly to fit as much as you can into your party itinerary.

Things to do During a Lesbian Bachelorette Party

Stuck on what you should do during the bachelorette party? Well, the good news is that we have you covered. Lesbian brides like to have fun just as much as anybody else, so with a few tweaks, any party idea can be ideal for the couple.

1. Relaxing Day at the Spa

A spa is a perfect place for relaxation while getting ready for the big day. If you’re planning a lesbian bachelorette party, consider adding it to the list of things. The spa is a neutral environment where your group of girls (and guys) can hang out.

 

You can spend an entire day at the spa and find packages catering to groups. Being a lesbian doesn’t mean being any less girly, so the spa is a great way to bring out your feminism.

Most spa’s not only have the actual spa treatments but also lounges that you can reserve. After a relaxing group massage, you can chill in the lounge to exchange gifts and share some laughs.

2. Bachelorette Party Games with a Twist

No bachelorette party is complete without playing a few wacky games with each other - it’s no exception for lesbian brides.

There’s only one rule to keep in mind - no penises. Most bachelorette parties feature penis-related games such as “pin the kiss,” “bachelorette roulette,” or clay sculpting. You might not have to toss these games all the way out, but a slight twist and mixed with some other classics will fill up your night with fun.

Some party games to consider instead are the “panty game,” “how well do you know the bride,” and “pin the tongue.”

Bachelorette party games are an excellent way for all the bridesmaids to interact and see how well the group knows each other.

3. Group Cooking Class

We can guarantee that the brides-to-be will be expecting amazing food during the bachelorette party. Well, how about you center one of the activities around the food prep.

Taking a cooking class with the brides is a great way to hang out during the party. Someone will need to know how to cook during the marriage, so it’s best to get a head start learning some recipes.

You can search locally for group cooking classes that invite the entire bridesmaid group to cook alongside a professional. You can stick with the wedding theme (or any other theme you choose) by personalizing the dishes you’ll be making.

Be sure to have a bit of fun during cooking and try now to wear your best clothes.

4. Party Bus/Bar Crawl

What’s a lesbian bachelorette party without a bit of alcohol. See what’s in store for the nightlife by planning out an incredible drunken adventure.

We want everybody to have a great time and taking part in the celebratory shots - a party bus gives you a designated driver and all the excuses to fully indulge in the night’s festivities.

Rent a party bus, but make sure that it has a stripper pole inside—what a way to let loose by practicing some pole dancing en route to your favorite bars.

Drop in for a drink and dance at one of the local hotspots before heading back onto the bus to the next destination. The entire city should know about the upcoming marriage by the end of the night.

5. Sunset Dinner Cruise

You can save the elaborate vacation cruise for the honeymoon - we’re talking about an intimate dinner or sightseeing cruise.

Cruises are a unique way to experience a city. If you’re planning the lesbian bachelorette party near any body of water, you’re sure to find cruises available.

Regardless if you’re hosting the party locally or traveling to a new place, sightseeing on a cruise offers a unique perspective of the city. Sit back while cruising past some of the best scenery you could ever imagine.

Many cruise operators provide dinner and sunset cruises to add a bit of romance to the party. Nothing says “almost married” better than a toast to the brides right as the sun sets below the horizon.

6. Lesbians Like to Drink Too

Some people want to have a classy bachelorette party, while others want to relive the college glory days of getting wasted with friends. Now is the perfect chance to experience it one last time before tying the knot.

Grab the brides’ favorite drinks and set up your house with lots of fun drinking games. Some of the popular games to play are beer pong, flip cup, and “drink if.”

You can even make it a friendly competition between brides. Choose sides carefully and see which bride team will be victorious after a round of games.

There should always be a prize for the bride who comes out on top. We just hope that you’re sober enough by the end of the games to remember who won.

7. Glamping with the Girls

Girls love the outdoors just as much as guys do. Since lesbians do things a bit differently, it’s time to upgrade your typical camping with a glamping experience.

Glamping is a girl’s way of showing that she can handle herself in the outdoors just as well as any guy. If the brides are nature lovers, glamping is one of the most fun things you could do.

Pack up the car and head to a remote forest, and immerse yourself into nature. Pitch tents, build a bonfire, roast s’ mores, and, of course, drink. You can add in some adventure to the lesbian bachelorette party with hiking or rafting.

In case you’re not too fond of the forest environment but still want to experience outdoors, you could make it as simple as pitching tents in your backyard.

8. Girls Night In

A lesbian bachelorette party doesn’t always have to involve a wild night while club-hopping. Some brides are more reserved and prefer to stay in. Well, how about planning a nice slumber party for the bridesmaids.

Choose one of your own houses or even rent an entire house on Airbnb to host the most epic girls night in ever.

A girls night in means you can have fun with a lot of the activities we’ve mentioned, like playing games. You could even bring the cooking class to the house and see who can make the best meal.

The trick to a successful slumber party is to see who can stay awake the longest. It can be fun to make a large sleeping palette for everyone and line up a collection of LGBTQ movies to stream all night.

Final Thoughts

Lesbian bachelorette parties are all the hype and possibly one of the most fun parties you’ll ever attend. The best part about them is finding ways to keep impressing the brides-to-be of your thoughtfulness and creativity.

Have you hosted a lesbian bachelorette party before? What are some activity ideas that you recommend adding to the party itinerary? Let us know in the comments your thoughts!

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Best Bachelor Party Destinations (2020 Edition)

Best Bachelor Party Destinations (2020 Edition)

Your bachelor party gives you one last epic run with the guys before all the responsibilities set in, so you may as well do it right.

We’ve selected the top cities to host a bachelor party across the US and even some international favorites.

Each destination is so unique that the only criteria are lots of drinking, hot girls, and plenty of places to party at night. Everything else is a bonus.

Check out an overview of the top bachelor party destinations and further explore each destination to learn how to throw the perfect bachelor party.



Las Vegas

Can you trust a list of top bachelor party destinations of it doesn’t include Las Vegas? Las Vegas is perhaps the most famous party destination in the world and top place to host the best bachelor party.

Las Vegas has everything you could ever want for a crazy party experience, regardless of whether it’s daytime or nighttime. And the best part is that it has a culture of keeping all the memories of the wild times buried in the vault.

Spend your bachelor party on the Las Vegas Strip for endless entertainment. It’s not hard to run into some hot girls ready to party with you.

From partying in world-class nightclubs to rooftop pool parties, thankfully, there are also the casinos to try to win back everything you spent during the bachelor party.

New York City

New York City is the bachelor party capital of the east coast. The ‘Big Apple’ continues to deliver some of the best party experiences you could ever imagine. Fall in line with the locals and visitors packing the clubs every night for a party you won’t want to end.

Fill up your daily itinerary with sightseeing some of the most famous landmarks. NYC is also a foodie haven to grab a highly anticipated hangover brunch. You’ll immediately feel the exciting energy as you make your way through the bustling city streets.

Treat yourself to a night as an A-Lister when you and the guys party VIP-style in one of the city’s top-rated nightclubs. Bottle service, great music, and not to mention, women so beautiful that you might reconsider getting married.


Los Angeles

It might be safe to assume that everyone you see in Los Angeles is a celebrity somehow - and guaranteed people will be thinking the same thing about you after seeing you in full bachelor party action.

If you’ve got the money to spend, LA is the best place to host a bachelor party. We’re talking about throwing a crazy Hollywood mansion party or cruising down Rodeo Drive in a foreign luxury car. Sure, there are other ways to experience the city, but why party in LA if you’re not going to do it big.

The great thing about LA is also the beaches. Sip some drinks and head down to Venice Beach to stroll the boardwalk. You’ll continuously run into fun - one day walking around LA, and you’ll have plenty of party invites.


Atlantic City

Many people consider Atlantic City the Las Vegas of the east, but until you’ve been, you might not appreciate how it’s crafted an identity of its own to land on the top bachelor party destinations list.

Atlantic City is essentially a casino and nightlife destination set on the beach. Summertime brings out all of the beautiful women hanging out on the boardwalk and filling up the beach. Hop in the water for some recreation like jet skiing or take a booze cruise.

Atlantic City illuminates at night from the glow of casino lights. Many of the top hotels, like Hard Rock Cafe or Harrah’s, include night clubs inside - staying at the hotel makes it easy to go from pre-game to party in minutes. And it might be hard to resist spending a few bucks every time you walk through the casino lobbies.


Miami

Miami is a city that immediately comes to mind when thinking about where to host the best bachelor party. If you thought Spring Break get wild, just wait till you’re really able to have a great time.

Miami is the party hub in the US, where everybody goes for a great time. From the moment you arrive, you’ll have plenty of eye candy walking around to satisfy your taste.

South Beach is the go-to place for party-goers. Head down to the beach and soak up the sun with a few drinks. You’ll find some of the best nightclubs in the country along the legendary Ocean Drive.

A VIP club experience is only the beginning. The best way to end the night is at one of the strip clubs where even celebrities can be seen throwing insane amounts of money at the beautiful dancers.


Chicago

Prepared for upscale bachelor party experience when you host it in Chicago - just be sure to come when the weather is nice.

Chicago can be one of the most fun cities if you do it right. We recommend staying in Downtown along the Loop so that you’re near all the excitement. There are lots of restaurants, landmarks, bars, and more, all within walking distance. It makes it easy to hop around to find the best venue.

Nightlife in Chicago is one of the best in the US. You’ll find massive dance parties to scenic rooftop lounges. The locals also know how to have a great time to add even more to the party atmosphere.

All guys enjoy sports, and there’s plenty of that going on. Chicago has teams in the big four sports to check out a game or visit one of the many sports bars full of drunken cheers.



Havana, Cuba

You can almost hear the pulsating Cuban music emerging from the picture - Havana, Cuba, delivers one of the most exciting bachelor party destinations in the Caribbean. Cuba has been a sought out travel destination for decades, and now we can enjoy the incredible nightlife.

A bachelor party in Havana is more than just, well, a bachelor party. It’s fun to take a walk around the colorful streets and interact with the locals. And keep your eyes open for the iconic vintage cars lining the streets.

Have you ever seen Cuban women? Havana’s nightlife brings out some of the most beautiful women in the world to party alongside you. Just be sure to practice your moves before hitting the dance floor because the girls there love to have a great time.


Cancun

To be honest, you’ll probably see Cancun on any party list, whether for Spring Break or a Bachelor Party. And after the unforgettable party experience, you might be trying to convince the bride-to-be to spend the honeymoon there.

Cancun is Mexico’s most popular beach destination, where the party never seems to end. The excellent weather year-round and beautiful scenery is more than enough criteria for an ideal party environment.

During the day, you’ll want to hang out on the beaches where you’ll never run out of drinks and fine women to see. By night, check out the nightlife scene that almost always ends up back at the beach.

One of the best things about Cancun is affordability. It’s a resort destination, so you can expect an all-inclusive experience for all of your party favors. 


Boston

Boston is a gem in New England for a crazy bachelor party experience. Avoid the harsh winters and opt to party when the weather is nice, and you won’t regret it.

The port city has a nice bay where you’ll have day cruises for drinking and lunch. Sail past the skyline while you set your course for the night.

Boston is also a major sports city, so you’ll always find some action in the sports bars at any time of the day.

Downtown Boston is where you’ll find some of the best party spots. Put on your matching bachelor party shirts and head out for a crazy turn up in the city. You’ll be talking to so many hot chicks that their accent might rub off on you.


Sosua, DR

Telling everyone that you’re visiting the Dominican Republic for a bachelor party might have obvious assumptions, but a trip to Sosua is just too good to pass up.

The Dominican Republic is known as being one of the most fun island destinations in the Caribbean. Blending the island life with a party atmosphere is the perfect recipe for a fun bachelor party.

Sosua is a resort town where you’ll be minutes away from the beach no matter where you are. Even in the day, you’ll see people hanging out - join in on the festivities with a fresh coconut and alcohol drink.

There’s one thing to say you’re celebrating a bachelor party, but things tend to turn up a bit more once they know you’re from out of town. The Dominicans are more than welcoming to give you one of the craziest party experiences.


New Orleans

Southern hospitality is more than just being friendly to visitors, but making sure they get what they came for. And if you’re looking to host a bachelor party in New Orleans, the city over-delivers.

You can’t mention New Orleans without mentioning the French Quarter. The French Quarter is a must-visit place for nightlife and entertainment. Bourbon Street extends for several blocks, but it could take all night to reach the end of the street if you’re stopping by all the bars and clubs there.

Mardi Gras happens once a year, but it seems as though the party never ends. Stop by one of the bars and grab a massive Hand Grenade drink, and hope to survive by the time you get to the bottom.



Montreal, Canada

Canada isn’t as peaceful and quiet as you’re probably imagining, especially when stepping out for the night. Montreal is one of the top party destinations in Canada and a must-visit for an epic bachelor party.

Montreal is a melting pot of people from all over, and people even speak French natively. After enough drinks, you might find yourself picking up a few phrases to impress the cute bartenders.

One thing to remember about Montreal - when the weather is nice, the people are out. You’ll have a lot of things to do during the day to keep you active while nursing your hangover.

Visit during the Summer during the busy season to have nonstop festivals and events during your trip. Partying in Montreal is one of Canada’s best-kept secrets that we just unveiled.



Cartagena, Colombia

Colombia is closer than you think with only a couple hour flight from the US, but you’ll feel like you’re in a completely new world. Welcome to Cartagena, where, in the party world, anything goes.

Cartagena is in the north along the Caribbean coast, so you could only imagine how beautiful the women are - and the hot weather makes bikinis an everyday outfit.

You can host some of the most epic bachelor parties in Cartagena because of the low cost of living. You’ll be living like kings while dining on some of the best Colombian cuisines and surrounded by women.

There are no rules to how you should party in Cartagena. It’s not uncommon to have a night full of alcohol, drugs, and other things that are better off left to the imagination.


San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan is Puerto Rico’s capital and a premier nightlife destination on the island. Leave your passport behind since it’s not required for US citizens to visit. That makes it easy to get the Caribbean Island experience without going through any immigration hassles.

The San Juan beaches are calling your name, and you’ll run into the entire city there during the day. You might even recognize some familiar faces by the time you explore some of the nightlife.

The beach town also has a lot of historical significance to learn about while recovering from a hangover.

The nightlife in San Juan is perfect for a bachelor party to introduce Caribbean vibes. You’ll enjoy the Latin music vibes while sipping drinks strong enough to make you forget the wedding date.

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Planning a Bachelor Party?

Planning a Bachelor Party?

Bachelor Party season is just around the corner and although I am beyond excited for a weekend of debauchery with my closest friends, I am not looking forward to the shit show that is the email thread and group text chains of 30 year old men trying to plan a trip. 

I have been to my fair share of bachelor parties and one thing is always certain, they are unorganized.  From trying to pick a date that works for everyone to squaring up expenses at the end of the trip is always ridiculously frustrating.   That is until I found Guestboard.co

The homie Peter, Guestboard’s founder, shared my same gripes and actually decided to do something about it.  Guestboard is the perfect cheat code for the Best Man that wants to throw the party of the year.   Keep all communication, budget, date and location planning under one roof.  I was surprised at how intuitive the platform was for a simpleton like myself.   So stay in the stone age or step in to the future, its up to you.  In the meantim, checkout our Guestboard for Señor Steve's bachelor to Cabo!

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Best Bachelor Party Ideas (2020)

Best Bachelor Party Ideas (2020)

Congratulations on being selected by the Groom to plan his bachelor party!  What an honor.  If you are struggling to come up with bachelor party ideas, this guide will help organize your options.  We have broken our guide into the following categories; Budget, Non-Bar, Outdoor and Baller.  Ultimately, the ideal bachelor party will be planned with your knowledge of the groom’s interest, your group's budget, time of year, and location.

Budget Bachelor Party Ideas

For those looking not to go broke on one weekend of debauchery, there are plenty of ways to plan a bachelor party on a budget.  After all, the groom just spent a small fortune on his wedding venue down payment! 

Poker Night

Gambling with the boys is a tale as old as time.  All you need is a deck of card, poker chips and some beers and you are good to go!  Poker is part of America’s history and a great way to catch up with friends that the groom might not have seen in a long time. 

bachelor party poker night

Pub Crawl

The best part of pub crawls?  The people and the price.  Let’s face it.  You are not attending pub crawls expecting top shelf liquor.  You are going to meet a lot of other people with the same mindset as you: TO PARTY!

bachelor party pub crawl

Karaoke

Karaoke is a great option for the more musically inclined bachelor party.  Although many karaoke establishments let you rent a private room, we recommend you embarrass yourselves in front of total strangers.  Pro Top:  Get the group together on stage to sing “Lean On Me” by Bill Withers.

bachelor party karaoke

Non Bar Bachelor Party Ideas

Just because you are not heading to a bar or club does not mean you can’t drink alcohol.  After all, who likes paying 10 times the amount for a beer than you can grab from a Costco 30 rack?  Additionally, bars and clubs are loud.  Some of the guys attending the bachelor party might not get to see the Groom that often.  They will enjoy being able to hear themselves speak.

outdoor bachelor party

Outdoor Bachelor Party Ideas

We are big fans of the outdoor bachelor party.  Its healthy, cheap, and a good excuse to get away from the hustle and bustle of the 40 hour work week.  Don’t forget the sunscreen and bug spray!

Beach

Suns out buns out!  Have you seen how tiny bikinis are getting?  Grab a cooler and head to the beach.  The beach or a lake house is an ideal bachelor party destination.  Consider fishing or renting jetskis!

beach bachelor party

Snowboarding

Not all weddings are in the summer.  If you are tasked with planning a winter bachelor party you should strongly consider heading to the slopes.  There are awesome ski resorts and Airbnbs all over the country. 

snowboarding bachelor party

Camping

Camping is a great bachelor party option for a group that doesn’t necessarily know eachother very well.  The “survival” aspect of it will bring the guys closer together.  We recommend car camping in one of our beautiful National Parks.  Aside from a small campsite fee, this is arguable the most budget option available for an entire weekend trip.

bachelor party camping

Skydiving

Skydiving is perfect for the adrenaline junkie Grooms.  Nothing brings a group together like a near death experience!   

bachelor party sky diving

Paintball

The best part of paintball is the camaraderie.  Preferably you will want to all be on the same team.  Can you imagine how fun it would be watching a group of 30 year old men going up against a 14 year old’s birthday party?

 bachelor party paint ball

Weaponry (Shooting and Axe Throwing)

Axe throwing is definitely the new hot trend in the bachelor party world.  Your group can rent out its own space and get taught how to properly do the “Paul Bunyan”. 

bachelor party axe throw

If you’d rather go “Terminator” mode, then head out to the gun range to unload some clips!

 bachelor party gun shooting

Baller Bachelor Party Ideas

If your group of guys enjoy the finer things in life then are you in luck.  Baller bachelor parties are the perfect way to blast cash and have a great time doing it!

yacht bachelor party

Rent a Villa/Pent House

Time to channel your inner Dan Blizerian.  There is nothing like cheers-ing with the boys at a Penthouse in Vegas or a Pool Party in Miami. 

bachelor party penthouse

International Bachelor Party

International Bachelor Partiess at first might seem super pricy because of the plane ticket.  However, what you spend on the ticket you can make up for by going to a place where the dollar is strong.  Might we suggest Mexico and Colombia.

bachelor party cabo villa

Conclusion

Now that you have some fresh bachelor party ideas its time to finalize plans.  If you are still having trouble deciding, get a group e-mail chain going and put it to a vote!

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Bachelor Party Supplies - The Essential Checklist (2020)

Bachelor Party Supplies - The Essential Checklist (2020)

When planning a successful bachelor party, one must always be honest with themselves with what type of group will be attending the trip.  We hope that our bachelor party supplies checklist will encompass all of your group's needs.  From the tamest group of gentlemen to the rowdiest of scumbags this list is for everyone. 

Remember, all rules are meant to be broken, so don't be afraid to improvise!  You know the groom better than anyone and it is important to always make sure his wishes are met.  After all, its your responsibility to make the most out of what could be the best weekend of his life.  

Alcohol

It's 2020, the year of the White Claw!  Hard seltzers are the perfect bachelor party drink.  Cheap, healthy, and a lot easier on hangovers than other beverages.  Inside these magically little silver cans are your two essentials; water and liquor.  

bachelor party drinks

Often times you will end up at a bachelor party with friends you went to high school or college with so its always a good idea to grab some handles of the hard stuff, for old times sake!  We recommend grabbing some Tequila and limes as well as some Vodka and Redbull.

Disposable Camera

The worse thing you can do after a weekend of debauchery is document it on your phone.  A hack or sketchy girlfriend scrolling through a phone and the secrets of the weekend will be brought to light.  Bring a few disposable cameras.  Get the group together at the wedding to go through the hilarious photos that will ensue.

bachelor party disposable camera

Cash

Cash is king baby!  This is especially true if the bachelor party is Mexico and you may need to bribe some Federales.  Don’t forget that you don’t want your wife seeing ATM withdraws from the strip club ATM.

bachelor party supplies

Gatorade

You will wake up hungover.  Be the best “Best Man” you can be and have the fridge stocked full of Gatorade.  No fridge?  Leave a few bottles in everyone’s hotel room.  When the boys wake up from blacking out with cotton mouth as dry as the Sahara desert they are going to remember the guy who thought ahead.

bachelor party drinks

Advil

You are going to need it.  Just put it in the bag and thank me later.

bachelor party advil

Sun Screen and Bug Spray

It is always a good idea to throw bachelor parties where there are large groups of women in bikinis.  This requires two things: sun and summer!  If you are going to a tropical place and plan on drinking from morning to dawn, you will get burned and you will get bit.

 bachelor party sunscreen

First Aid Kit

When you get the old crew back together and add a little tequila, there is bound to be a few accidents.  Bring a first aid kit and hope you don’t need it.  This is especially a good idea if you are camping or partying in a more remote location. 

bachelor party first aid kit

Beer Bong

As American men, beer bongs are part of our history.  When you pull this bad boy out of the suit case the men will be reminded of their much younger, more innocent days, where the Naty Ice’s flowed like the rivers of Aspen.  Much cleaner than a “beer shotgun”, the beer bong is an efficient way to get the party started?  Ever beer bong white claws?  Neither have I but I think I will try one when I am done writing this article. 

bachelor party beer bong

 

Can Coolies

Warm beer sucks.  Make sure to keep the brewskis nice and fresh with a can coolie.  If the bride to be specifically said no strippers, then we have the coolie for you!

Bachelor Party Scavenger Hunt

There is no I in TEAM! Break into groups and give each team a scavenger hunt.  You can pull $20 from each person and give the winner cash or decide to buy something a little more tangible for the winner.  This scavenger party does two things.  1.  It gives the bachelor the time of his life.  2.  It gives the boys that sense of competition that is oh so missing from our mundane normal lives.

Bachelor Party Hats

It is important that whatever event your bachelor party wanders into everyone immediately knows that this group of guys is a bachelor party.  We recommend bright neon trucker hats. 

 

The whole club will instantaneously know who is the (un)lucky groom-to-be.  A Male Veil is a great way to embarrass the bachelor.  After all, he is only going to have one vagina for the rest of his life!

Shirts

You men are part of the same tribe and might as well dress the part!  The shirt tradition is something definitely inspired by bachelorette parties.  But hey, its 2020, if they can wear shirts than we can to.  If you are going to splurge on the shirts, you might want to consider these cool customizable bachelor party shirts

bachelor party tank top

Blow Up Doll with Handcuffs

They say that in the (not so far off) future, sex dolls will be so realistic that we will stop mating all together.  Until that time, these blow up dolls are the perfect bachelor party gag gift to embarrass the bachelor.  Even better, get a cheap pair of plastic handcuffs so the bachelor has drag around his new toy all weekend.

bachelor party blow up doll

Ball and Chain

If the blow up doll is a little too risqué for the groom.  Go for the more PG rated ball and chain. 

bachelor party ball and chain

Bachelor Party Decorations

If you plan to rent out a bad ass house via Airbnb or Vrbo, we recommend fixing up the place with some inappropriate decorations.  This décor makes for a great backdrop for the hilarious photos that are sure to ensue.

In Conclusion

It is important to remember that the key to a good bachelor party is the people, not the things.  That being said, we guarantee that all of the above mentioned bachelor party favors will only enhance your weekend.  Party on!

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