bachelorette party in a marine style

You are going on a big voy­age of fam­i­ly life, and it is a great idea to have a bach­e­lorette par­ty in a nau­ti­cal style. He will def­i­nite­ly be remem­bered for a long time by your girl­friends with his unusu­al­ness.

Orga­ni­za­tion of a bach­e­lorette par­ty

In order to orga­nize a bach­e­lorette par­ty in a marine style, you must first care­ful­ly con­sid­er the sce­nario. A spe­cial­ly rent­ed yacht, a cab­in on a plea­sure boat or a restau­rant on the water are suit­able as a venue. The dec­o­ra­tion can also be themed: anchors, corals, lifebuoys, blue and white rib­bons and flow­ers. The dress code for girl­friends can con­sist of vests and cap­tain’s caps, as well as evening and cock­tail dress­es in all shades of turquoise and blue. For a sailor-style bach­e­lorette par­ty, a bride can make a spe­cial head­dress from a cap with a veil attached at the back, so that it is imme­di­ate­ly clear who is the hero of the occa­sion.

Hold­ing a bach­e­lorette par­ty

A bach­e­lorette par­ty in a marine style requires appro­pri­ate com­pe­ti­tions. For exam­ple, you and your friends can split into sev­er­al teams and search for hid­den trea­sures (small sweet gifts for brides­maids) at speed. Also, the “Sink­ing Ship Res­cue” con­test is always fun, when two girls are giv­en two glass­es each (one emp­ty, the oth­er with cham­pagne) and a straw, and they must “pump out water from a sink­ing ship” with a straw.

As enter­tain­ment for girl­friends for the evening, you can also invite a train­er dressed as a pirate with a par­rot who can choose papers with pre­dic­tions, and invite the girls to find out their future in this way.

Bach­e­lorette par­ty menu
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Also, a bach­e­lorette par­ty in a marine style sug­gests the pres­ence of appro­pri­ate treats: var­i­ous fish and seafood dish­es, cup­cakes in the shape of anchors, a cake dec­o­rat­ed in white and blue col­ors or baked in the shape of a ship. From drinks, in addi­tion to tra­di­tion­al cham­pagne, there may be strong rum, as well as all kinds of blue cock­tails.

A bach­e­lorette par­ty in the style of sailors can include var­i­ous styl­ized cer­e­monies in its script. For exam­ple, brides­maids can write their wish­es and part­ing words to their future wife on sep­a­rate pieces of paper, and then put them in a spe­cial bot­tle and cork them. At the end of the evening, this bot­tle is solemn­ly pre­sent­ed to the bride with an order to read what is writ­ten in it after a year of fam­i­ly life. For the bride, this will be an amaz­ing and touch­ing gift that will be remem­bered for a long time.