How many times have you heard about bachelorette parties that did the same old thing that other bachelorette parties did? The Chippendale dancers, the who knows the bride/groom game or some other exotic routine to blow off some steam and have a little fun for girls-only. Well, a bachelorette scavenger hunt can be an exceptional alternative to that end (though, of course, you don’t have to rule out the other options altogether). There are a number of variations that you can use for this scavenger hunt. We recommend going out in one large group but dividing into two (or more) teams so there is some competition. Plan to meet back at a certain time and place to join back up at a certain time with or without all the clues. Then hear all the funny stories, see the pictures and give out a few small prizes from Bachelorette.com to the winners. The prizes don't have to be anything extravagant just something small that they can wear around for the rest of the party like a feather boa, penis candy or silly ribbons!
No items matching your keywords were found.Remember, to have your bride-to-be your center focal point. Anytime that you have to have pictures taken, have her in them. For example, if you find number 5, take a picture of her holding it up. The most important rule of thumb to keep in mind is safety. It’s always best to go out in numbers and don’t approach anyone that makes you uncomfortable. You’ll find there are plenty of men who will want to help you guys have a great time, so keep looking. Don’t pressure anyone to do anything they don’t want to do and also, if you take compromising pictures of anyone in your group that night, it’s probably best to erase them come morning (or keep them for a good laugh!). Remember, that this is a good starting list of clues. If you feel that anything is inappropriate (in this case that's ok) or not to your liking simply remove that from the list and add something else!