Bachelorette Party Ideas in Edmonton
Have you been tasked with planning the perfect bachelorette party in Edmonton? Don't stress, we've got you covered! Whether your group is laid-back, glam or somewhere in-between, we'll help you plan the perfect stagette in Edmonton.
Namaste Before the Nuptials
Unwind from wedding planning in a rejuvenating yoga class at Bliss YogaSpa, float your worries away at Modern Gravity or melt into a massage at Wellness on Whyte. Afterward, treat the gang to a delicious laid back meal in Old Strathcona at The Next Act, Pip or Cafe Mosaics.
Glam Night Out
Who doesn't love getting dolled up?! Book a group makeup lesson with local beautifiers Sen Studios, then sip on some Italian wine at Bar Bricco or craft cocktails at Woodwork. Top off the night with some entertainment fit for royalty at Alberta Ballet or Edmonton Symphony. We also suggest keeping your eye on upcoming events at Rogers Place. With 2019 seeing acts like Elton John, Ariana Grande, and Carrie Underwood rolling through town, we can guarantee there's something all your friends will want to rock out to.
Let's get physical
Explore North America's largest urban parkland and get a little bit of that good ol' fresh air on a Segway or a canoe with River Valley Adventure Co. If walking is more your pace, take a self-guided hike through one of the many robust trails. Want something super unique? Head over to Snow Valley Aerial Park and challenge your friends to a little healthy competition, amongst the treetops. Exploring in winter? Check out our Thrill Seekers Guide to Winter in Edmonton for more inspiration.
Fun for Foodies
Does your version of the perfect day include food, drinks, and then more food and drinks? Book your besties into a Food Bike Tour or walk the Edmonton food scene with Alberta Food Tours. If you'd rather sip your way through the city, book an Urban Pedal Tour. To kick things up a couple of notches, book a private cooking class at Get Cooking. Just remember to pack your stretchy pants.
Spend a day in the past
Is the soon-to-be-married friend just a little obsessed with period pieces like Pride and Prejudice or Downton Abbey? Does their perfect post-wedding life include a butler and a drama-filled castle? Then may we suggest booking the group in for high tea at Rutherford House, grabbing perfectly crafted cocktails at the 1920s-style bar Clementine or, if your celebration is in the summer, take a ride on the 100-year-old High Level Bridge Street Car. If you really want to win the best friend award book a stay at the vintage Hotel Selkirk and spend a day wandering through the city's past at Fort Edmonton Park - did we mention you can dress up in old-timey clothes for a group memento and have drinks at a speakeasy? You're welcome.