It’s becoming increasingly popular for future brides to escape for destination bachelorette parties with their best friends and bridesmaids. What are some popular destinations?
- Las Vegas: An obvious choice, but the endless entertainment options available in Sin City ensure there won’t be any moments of boredom. And besides, what happens here is sacred — good for a future full of marital bliss.
- Charleston, South Carolina: More low-key and upscale — perfect for the bride-to-be looking for an escape without endless debauchery. The destination offers beaches, bars and dining — just be careful of overindulging in the Southern-style cooking to ensure everyone fits in their dresses.
- Napa Valley: If wine and relaxation define your upcoming bride, consider a bachelorette visit to this California mainstay. Possible activities include wine tasting, spa visits, hot-air balloon rides and decadent dining. A group of women wining together sounds like your conventional bachelorette party.
- Austin, Texas: This is the perfect destination for the music-loving, down-to-earth bride. Catch a few performances and spend the day outdoors, enjoying local bars and authentic Tex-Mex and barbecue. Just make sure the future Mrs. doesn’t find herself a new cowboy.
- Montreal: With legendary nightlife, a visit to Montreal is just like whisking the bride to an amped-up Parisian-style bachelorette party. It’s a quaint, but big, city, and it offers plenty of all-night options. It might be hard making sure the bridal party makes it back south of the border for the big day.
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