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Tarot Card Readings from Queen of Wands Tarot
Jenna Matlin has decades of experience and a MS in Organizational Psychology under her belt, but the cla
Afternoon Tea at the Rittenhouse Hotel's Mary Cassatt Tea Room
For the fancy bride with champagne taste (or just a taste for charmingly tiny sandwiches and sweets), the Rittenhouse Hotel
Mani-pedi party at Lacquer Lounge
Do the requisite girly-girl thing with mani-pedis at L
DIY Terrarium Class at Workshop PHL
For $40 per person, you'll receive all of the supplies you need (mason jars, moss, dirt, succulents) to create the terrarium of your dreams at Fishtown <
Aerial Yoga at Kaya Aerial Yoga
Channel your inner Cirque du Soleil performer with an aerial yoga class at Old City's Kaya Aerial Yoga. Depending on your personal level of coo
Bowling at North Bowl
North Bowl keeps the party going with the tried and true combo of bowling, booze, music, and tater tots. You can rent lanes by the hour for $65, or splurge on the renting the
Dinner and drinks at Frankford Hall
Stephen Starr's biergarten in Fishtown has all the makings of an awesome party: beer, ping pong, foosball, German-style food (giant soft pretzels!), and a courtyar
Dancing at The Barbary
Dance shoulder to shoulder with the hipsters at this dive bar/dance club. Swap your bachelorette tiara for a PBR if you want to blend in with the cool kids.
Single life: You came, you saw, you conquered—and now you want the grand finale to include something more than just penis straws and forcing yourself to walk all over the city in a pair of too-high heels.
For the bride whose idea of the perfect GNO is a little more creative than, say, tucking money into g-strings or classes in pole dancing, these bachelorette party ideas will send her into matrimony on the right foot—while still promising a little debauchery.
· Wedding Week 2014 [Racked Philly]