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Throwing A Guilt-Free Bachelorette Party

Traditionally, the bachelorette party is the Bride-to-be's last fling as a single with her best friends. However, many women about to take a trip to the altar are uncomfortable with a trip to debauchery beforehand. How to have a night teased with fun that avoids flirting with disaster? Try playing bachelorette party games suggests the author of “100+ WEDDING GAMES: Fun & Laughs for Bachelorette Parties, Showers, & Receptions” (TheBrainstormCompany.com, $11.95).

(PRWEB) -- Traditionally, the bachelorette party is the Bride-to-be's last fling as a single with her best friends. However, many women about to take a trip to the altar are uncomfortable with a trip to debauchery beforehand. How to have a night teased with fun that avoids flirting with disaster? Try playing bachelorette party games suggests the author of “100+ WEDDING GAMES: Fun & Laughs for Bachelorette Parties, Showers, & Receptions” (TheBrainstormCompany.com, $11.95). Games provide a safe outlet for friends of the engaged (who may already be in committed relationships themselves) to party hardy without getting into compromising positions.

While a bachelorette party needs a blushing bride, making her or her chick clique feel awkward or uncomfortable is the ultimate kill joy. Something that draws attention to the bachelorette like making her wear a tiara or sash or a big button that says “Getting Hitched!” is usually more than enough to color her cheeks. Let racy gag gifts and suggestive party decorations set the mood for revelry, then rely on games to provide the evening's entertainment. Joan “The Game Gal” Wai says the whole point of a bachelorette party is to have fun and that makes it the perfect setting for getting your game on. She recommends that party planners pick and customize bachelorette party games to suit the group.

The author spent two years collecting over 100 games, activities, and pranks for the bridal shower and bachelorette party to pen 100+ Wedding Games. “It's a huge selection of new and unique games that range from wild to mild,” adds Joan. Most of the games in the book are risque in title only and describe giggle-inducing competitions with group appeal. “Guiding the Hot Dog,” for example, is a test of skill to fit a sausage into an open jar. There's also practical suggestions for taming down racy classics like “Suck for a Buck.” To up the ante for players, Joan recommends that bachelorette party hosts award token gifts to the winner of each game.

And for those who think a bachelorette party is incomplete without a stripper, Joan suggests an alternative described in her book called “Baring All.” Create a “safe stripper” by stuffing a man's shirt and pants with gifts for the kitchen like paper towels, roll of tin foil, mixing cups, etc. Set this strong but silent type up on a chair. Players take turns answering trivia questions about the bachelorette, a player who gives the correct answer wins the privilege of removing a piece of clothing from the stripper stand-in to reveal the goodies inside.

The best part after all the merry making is over, the Bride can take her vows with a clear conscience. And that's something even the Groom will appreciate.

 

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