There are a lot of thoughts that enter a girl’s mind when planning a Connecticut bachelorette party. It can, at times, be such an overwhelming experience because you want everything to be just perfect.
You stop and think about it. What am I going to have everyone wear? Who should I invite? Where should we go and how should we get there? There is only one lifetime event like this, so nothing can go unoticed.
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With that being said, you must take notice of every detail. From the guest list to the colors to the theme to the invites and the decorations, there is so much time and effort that goes into planning these parties the right way. First off, you always have to keep in mind that booking ahead is always best. If you wait too long, things can get booked and then you have to come up with a Plan B, if you haven’t already. And let’s face it, most people don’t want a Plan B when it comes to anything that has to do with a wedding. Then there’s of course the invites, colors, theme, decorations and guestlist. You don’t want to leave anyone out… and you don’t want to invite someone that could put a damper on the festivities. There’s such a fine line on who should be invited to the bachelorette party as this is normally a more selective crew. Next, you will need to decide on transportation to the venue. Do you want all the girls to come on their own or should you rent a limo? Will you be passing out party favors as the guests leave? What should be on the menu?As you can see, there are so many things one must think about. There are some great options of things to do for a bachelorette party. You can go to a wine tasting or tour different wineries. You can also go to a spa. All girls like to be pampered, right? And how about cooking some fun recipes at the hosts house before going out on the town? You could travel to different restaurants in the Connecticut area. There are some fabulous places to check out as you hop around for a night on the town. Other options are pole dancing classes – bringing the “sexy” to the party. And then there are always the nighclubs and bars. You can either start with these or end your night at a fun place dancing the night away in celebration.
So we decided to give you a list of THINGS TO DO FOR YOUR BACHELORETTE PARTY IN CONNECTICUT. (See below)
Happy (Wine) Trails:
- The Connecticut Wine Trail, with 30 wineries stretching from Canaan to Stonington, is a way to experience locally-grown wine in some of CT’s most picturesque towns. Pack a picnic lunch, and plot a route. Many of the wineries are in geographical clusters, making it simple to visit several in an afternoon’s time. – Tips: If your group can afford it, consider renting a limousine or party bus to take you from vineyard to vineyard. That way, everyone can kick back and enjoy. If you plan to visit with a large group, be courteous and call ahead to each winery to see if they can accommodate you. Some wineries are less picnic-friendly than others.
- Visit the Connecticut Wine Trail website (www.ctwine.com) for a list of wineries, a trail map and suggestions for local restaurants, lodging and transportation.
Going to the Spa:
- On the shoreline, there’s Water’s Edge Resort and Spa in Westbrook and Saybrook Point Inn in Old Saybrook., Mayflower Inn & Spa in the Litchfield Hills and The Spa at Norwich Inn in the state’s eastern corner.
- The Spa at Norwich Inn, 607 West Thames Street, Norwich, 860-886-2401, thespaatnorwichinn.com
- Water’s Edge Resort & Spa, 1525 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, 860-399-5901, watersedge-resort.com
- Saybrook Point Inn, 2 Bridge Street, Old Saybrook, 860-395-2000, saybrook.com.
- Mayflower Inn, 118 Woodbury Road, Washington, 860-868-9466, mayflowerinn.com.
- For some City Socializing, you can’t go wrong with Hartford’s Bin 228 (228 Pearl Street, Hartford, 860-244-9463, bin228winebar.com), Trumbull Kitchen (150 Trumbull Street, 860-493-7412, trumbullkitchen.com) or Max Downtown (185 Asylum Street, 860-522-2530, maxdowntown.com.)
Cooking for Fun:
- If your bride loves cooking, consider bringing the party to a cooking class. Sur La Table in Canton hosts a series of monthly cooking courses and workshops, covering everything from basic knife skills to complex ethnic dishes.
- Sur La Table, 110 Albany Tpke # 609, Canton, 860-693-9560, surlatable.com
- Dining tapas-style: Instead of a big dinner, treat your bride to small plates and drinks at a trendy bar.
- In Blue Back Square, sample 68 wines by one, three or five-ounce pours and accompanying cheeses, charcuterie and chocolates at Uncorked (63 Memorial Drive, West Hartford, 860-216-2620, uncorkedct.com.) Down the street at Cuvee (37 Raymond Road, 860-756-5590, cuveect.com), enjoy champagne cocktails, creative martinis, sushi and crostini while relaxing on comfortable banquettes.
- For a European-style celebration, bring the party to Barcelona (locations in West Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Fairfield and Greenwich; barcelonawinebar.com) for authentic tapas and a huge selection of Spanish wines.
Pole Dancing Classes:
- Pole position: If your bride isn’t afraid to get a little sexy, consider a pole-dancing instruction class. Where to go: Pole Control Studios in Hartford hosts large groups for private parties seven days a week. 75 Pratt Street, 860-246-POLE, polecontrolstudios.com.
Gambling & Casino Entertainment:
- The casinos in eastern Connecticut add a full night of fun for any party. Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casinos both offer everything you need for any bachelorette party!
- Go to Mohegan Sun’s website at http://mohegansun.com
- Go to Foxwood’s website at http://www.foxwoods.com
In conclusion, you don’t want to just throw some thing together. Make sure to plan everything out and write your plans down. Planning is what will make the entire night smooth, fun for everyone and a night to remember. Let the CT bachelorette party begin!
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