Ladies Night

Help your bride say goodbye to the single life with these fun ideas for celebrating her final days as a miss.

The Classics
These places have been bachelorette mecca for years, so while some may say they’re played out, that doesn’t mean they aren’t still fun!  Whether you start your night with the beauties of the Baton Club, or the booties at Excalibur, you’ll be sure to leave with a blushing bride!  After the show, be sure to stop by Howl At The Moon for drinks and dueling pianos.  They offer packages for bachelorette parties that include cover, drinks, reserved seats and a special shout-out for the woman of the hour.

Girls Just Want To Go Wild
No, we’re not suggesting you go out and make a soft-core video (if that’s your thing, we won’t judge,) but there are plenty of other ways to have sexy, cheeky fun.  Start out your night by taking a private class on pole dancing, lap dancing and more at the Flirty Girl Fitness studio in the West Loop.  Packages range from $40 to $80 per person and include a pink feather boa for each guest (because it wouldn’t be a bachelorette party without boas.)  Studio L’Amour offers burlesque striptease classes in the West Loop as well, for a flat rate of $300.  The fee includes rental of the studio, a gift bag for the bride and one hour of instruction, including a boa routine.  (We were serious about those boas.)

She’s Crafty

For those that want to go home with something other than a hangover, try your hand at design at 1145 LILL Studio.  At this Lincoln Park boutique, you and the girls can design your own one-of-a-kind purses, bags and pillows.  Choose from several styles and mix and match fabrics to create a unique piece.  Fair warning, the purses can get a little pricey, depending on the style you choose, ranging from a makeup bag at $28 to a large duffel style purse at $210.  If purses aren’t your thing, get artsy at Glazed Expressions, also in Lincoln Park.  Parties at this paint-it-yourself pottery palace are $8 per person, plus the cost of your pottery piece.  Bring your own food and drinks and get your painting party on.

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