If Vegas isn’t the groom’s kind of scene, or if Miami’s beaches are too far for everyone to travel, consider Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail.
Trekking through the many, many bourbon distilleries in Kentucky is a great alternative to the traditional bachelor party. It’s a learning experience, sightseeing opportunity and a daytime activity all wrapped into one, leaving plenty of time for the group to party in the evening. Also, it’s a great excuse for some day drinking.
Kentucky’s location is also convenient if your group comes from all corners of the country; it’s smackdab in the middle of the South and the Midwest, and cities like Cincinnati, Atlanta, St. Louis and Chicago are a day’s drive away.Read more...
The bride wants a tropical getaway, and as you start planning you realize it’s difficult to manage the passports, currency exchange rate and language barriers of a group vacation in a foreign country.
Solution: ditch the passport and keep it domestic!
The United States has almost 100,000 miles of shoreline, so there’s no shortage of beachfront destinations for your bachelorette party. Here are our picks for the best U.S. tropical bachelorette party destinations:Read more...
Wedding season is fast approaching, which also means it’s almost bachelorette party season. Some bridal parties already know immediately what they’re going to do for the bride’s last fling before the ring. But if you and your bridal party are scratching your heads for something creative to do, consider St. Patrick’s Day. Read more...