Low-Key Bachelorette Party Ideas That Don’t Skip on Fun

Bachelorette parties don't have to follow a specific framework. The beauty of having this special time with your friends is to enjoy each other's company in the spaces you love, and, most of all, to celebrate. Want to spend a weekend in the mountains? Go for it. Prefer to go clubbing in the city? By all means. But between the party games and bottles of Champagne, you'll probably want some slower-paced activities to relax and recuperate. We've compiled a list of low-key bachelorette party ideas to inspire your itinerary — scroll through and start planning.

Break a Sweat

Pilates is the perfect, low-impact workout to get energized for the weekend of fun. Have your entire party book a class at a studio close to your B&B. If you're feeling up to it, splurge on a studio that offers reformer Pilates to get the full experience. You can even take it a step further and coordinate with matching sweat towels or reusable water bottles.

Sing Your Heart Out

For a more easy-going night out, skip the club lines and book a private karaoke room. You can even create a DIY at-home set up. Start by picking a theme — think disco, K-Pop, Broadway — rent some mics and pull up the YouTube search bar. Of course, you can't forget the ambiance. Purchase a few Member's Mark brand party trays from Sam's Club, and cover the room in on-theme decor, all of which you can conveniently get all in one trip.


Go for a Hike

If you want to stretch your bachelorette budget, opt in for a few free activities, like enjoying the great outdoors. First, decide on a level of difficulty, then research trails near the house with epic views. Once you reach the top, don't forget to snap a cute group pic!

Take a Cooking Class

Make an ordinary meal together memorable by signing up for a cooking class. It's an opportunity to pick up a new skill — learn how to make pasta from scratch, pizza in a wood-fired oven, or even dive into a cuisine that you're unfamiliar with. If you're feeling fancy, you can even hire a chef to come to the house for a private cooking lesson.