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Tami, that sounds awesome! The one you are planning in NC actually sounds like my FI's favorite bachelor party that he went to a few years ago. They went deep-sea fishing. For his, he wants to go hunting.

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Tami, that sounds awesome! The one you are planning in NC actually sounds like my FI's favorite bachelor party that he went to a few years ago. They went deep-sea fishing. For his, he wants to go hunting.
lol. Thanks! Some of my BM's are like "geez, Tami is no normal bride-to-be' since I am not into a lot of the traditional girly-girl stuff. But they know we will be having a BLAST!!!friday.gif

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lol. Thanks! Some of my BM's are like "geez, Tami is no normal bride-to-be' since I am not into a lot of the traditional girly-girl stuff. But they know we will be having a BLAST!!!friday.gif
and neither am i ... which is why that sounds like a blast to me! i didn't even have, or want, a bachelorette party at all.

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I have gone to one where we had it also in a cabin at Lake Tahoe, did fondue, food, games and wine it was really fun!

 

Also did one at a wine shop as well and they did a full tasting for us (way more than a normal tasting :) I had them cater food as well and it was a ton of fun!

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I don't want one either, but I don't think that is an option. Really what I think would be great is to have everyone over or out to dinner and drinks. But only my real close friends, cuz when there is more then say 8 people, you don't even get a chance to talk to everyone!

 

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and neither am i ... which is why that sounds like a blast to me! i didn't even have, or want, a bachelorette party at all.

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We did the pottery painting for one of my friend's and it was a blast. They let us bring liquor and food so it was fun. We did go to a bar afterwards. There is a place by me that does jewelry making and I have done that as well. The spa night could be a nice alternative. If you can all go somewhere or hire someone to come to the house and do mani/pedicures that could be fun, and then just have drinks at home or go out somewhere afterwards.

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I just got invited to one where we are going to Xpose Fitness to take a private strip lesson with cocktails being served. I'm not so sure about this one though.

 

I think the wine thing sounds good, just have a couple of friends out for dinner and wine.

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I'm so like you, that's not my thing either!

 

I did 2 things:

 

1. Slumber party with a few girlfriends. It was my first one in years and we had a blast eating, drinking, looking at old pics, etc. NO STRIPPER, I made that clear like 5 times. Male strippers aren't hot to me.

 

2. Once we got to Mexico we did a co-ed bachelor/ette party at a club on the beach. Instead of random men I was with FI all night and he was with me. NO STRIPPERS....haha Just eachother and our friends, we had a blast.

 

BTW, I'm not opposed to strippers in general, but what am I supposed to do with them? Save your efforts for someone who wants to be grinded on..lol

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I told my BM's it might be fun to go camping... complete with tents, smores, fire and alcohol.. haha! Or we could head up to Whistler for some snowmobiling or something (if they have snow there yet). I don't want a traditional bachelorette party either.

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