How to Throw a Beach-Themed Bachelorette Party

If you’ve been tasked with throwing a bachelorette party for your best gal pal, why not opt for a beach-themed party? If you can actually go to the beach, even better, but if you can’t, you can still pretend.

Special Drinks

There is almost always drinking involved at a bachelorette party, but some ladies prefer to stay out of the bars. Concoct some special beach-themed drinks and serve them in coconut shells with little paper umbrellas. Pina coladas, hurricanes or schnapps-heavy sex on the beach are all thematically appropriate. Don’t forget the Galveston Island charter bus service so that everyone can have fun and stay safe.

Yoga on the Beach

If you can, schedule a yoga-on-the-beach session with a local teacher. If you dare, do it at sunrise. It’s a beautiful experience. If you’re not actually at the beach, start your day off the beachy way with a yoga or other exercise video that is filmed at a beach. Hydrate with refreshing coconut or cucumber water or fresh squeezed tropical fruit juice.

Sunbath

Give each attendant her own bottle of sunscreen and then make sure she uses it. Another fun party favor is personalized floppy sun hats, flip-flops with bows or special matching bathing suit cover-ups. Head to the beach (or pool) and enjoy a few hours of fun in the sun. Don’t forget a beach ball, snacks and lots of water.

Spa

After your day in the sun, nothing will feel better than a visit to a local spa for massages and cooling aloe-based body wraps. Once you’re relaxed, get a mani-pedi – shell pink polish, of course.

Dinner

If you’re sticking with the theme, find a seafood restaurant that promises fresh seafood. Eating fish caught that morning is a real taste treat and the perfect way to end your fabulous day.

Bachelorette parties should be both fun and relaxing. The beach is the perfect place to find both qualities to bring to the party.

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