21 Apr Sober #Bachelor and #Bachelorette party tips
When it comes to planning the bachelor or bachelorette parties, a night filled with bar hopping and strip clubs or a weekend in Vegas are always tried-and-true favorites. But what if the bride or groom-to-be prefers not to partake in alcohol or being grinded on my half-naked people? Here are some fun alternatives that will still please a big group without the guilt:
• Organize a day or night filled with sports activities. Golf, bowling, paintball, and even lasertag can be great fun, especially with a large group. This is an excellent way to blow off some steam. It could be fun to have a groom and groomsmen vs. bride and bridesmaids!
• Although I’m only outdoorsy in the sense that I like getting tipsy on patios, plan a camping and hiking trip. Put your old boy or girl scout skills to use by camping under the stars, or go “glamping” (a mix of glamour and camping) by renting a nice cabin for the weekend. It’s the best of both worlds, all the outdoors in the day time and a comfy bed and shower at night!
• Plan a day full of spa activities and pamper yourselves with massages and facials. After you’re relaxed and rested from the spa, get prettied up by getting lash extensions and airbrushed makeup. Or have you and your friends create custom fragrances at Tijon in La Jolla (the first location in the U.S. and only the second in the world). Then end the day with a delicious dinner at one of your favorite restaurants.
• Organize a scavenger hunt about town. This is a great way to explore the city, especially for people that may have come in from out-of-town. This option can take a little more time, but it really gets people out around town!
• If you’re in a large city like San Diego, spend a day at the zoo, amusement parks, museums, or even places like Boomers (Go-Karts, Mini Golf, Small Park Rides!) for the kids-at-heart.
As beautiful as San Diego is, it is equally diverse. Any activity you dream of San Diego most certainly has it!