Clean Bachelorette party?

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  1. BlueFox181

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    We're throwing a last minute bachelorette party for a friend. Does anyone have any clean (ie no strippers, bar hopping) suggestions? We're also trying to do it on a tight budget so our girls don't have to spend too much. We live in the area so sometimes I think we forget about all there is to do here. Thanks!
     
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    Our daughter loves movies. She's not a drinker (that is, not since she went through that college freshman stage). So her bridesmaids took her to dinner at one of her favorite restaurants (which happens to be inexpensive) and then to a movie.
     
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    My suggestion would be to do a cooking class or spa day together. Get someone with a SUV to be your DD and have a fun time with just the girls.

    We've also done a day trip to the springs or a lingerie shower.
     
  4. AndrewG

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    Big Red's Karaoke is clean and fun @ Sue's Backside.
     
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    You mean Redd the singing bartender at Sally's Backside? :dunno:
     
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    Easy, fun answer: Fired Up Paint Your Own Pottery in Seaside!

    Locally owned, always fun, and not just for kids. Fired Up has been creating fun birthday, anniversary, bachelorette, celebrity and other parties of all types in Seaside since 1995.

    www.firedupseaside.com or call Stacy at 850-231-3211 for party ideas and affordable suggestions.
     
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    Redd at Sally's Backside is a good idea!
     
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    Yeah that's correct. We had a great time there last month. Crowd of all ages too.
     
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    Make sure they like karaoke first though! Some people prefer red hot pokers shoved into their ears. :D
     
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    It's not karaoke! It's a singer who takes requests. (I prefer red hot pokers to karaoke).
     
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    I had a bachelorette tea party at Hibiscus and it was a blast! We wore funny hats and played silly games and had good clean fun! We laughed and laughed! It was one of my favorite things during the wedding weekend! Hibiscus has an Old Florida feel which is what I kind of centered the wedding around so it was perfect. The food, as always, was delicious. Cheri is always warm and hospitable and made the day extra special!
     
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    Well, no to Hibiscus- because that's where the wedding is! Karaoke makes the brides ears bleed- so we're looking into the private chef cooking option in a few places. Thanks everyone!
     
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    I recommend a fun dinner at Red Bar or Louis Louis, or a nice intimate dinner somewhere like Gravel Road. Fat Clemenza's for a really good Italian dinner. or check out the events/ music and go where the action is if you want entertainment.
     
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    I am a huge fan of Chef Scott and the Culinary Gallery. We have a riot, learn a lot, you get to choose the menu, and the food is amazing.
     
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    I can recommend Chef Phil of Table Five for the private chef @ home cooking option :wave:
     
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    I second this recommendation!
     

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