More than the food and drinks, it's the entertainment that makes or breaks a bachelorette bash. It is therefore very important to find the right kind of entertainment appropriate to the party's theme, and suitable to the preferences of the bride-to-be and her guests. Here are three ideas that are guaranteed to keep every type of audience amused.
Romantic movies are the cheapest and most convenient bachelorette party entertainment - just buy some popcorn and watch sappy movies that remind the bride of her love story. Stick to stories with happy endings - the cheesier, the better. This kind of entertainment is best for intimate pajama' bachelorette parties held at a close friend's home.
Take everyone to a concert of the bride-to-be's favorite singer and then head out to a favorite restaurant for dinner and drinks (and maybe some low-key dancing). This option is a little pricier, but is perfect if you want a fun and laid-back night out with close girlfriends. Check the entertainment sections of the newspapers and specialty magazines for concert schedules.
If you're ready for all-girl naughtiness, then watch a male stripper in action! You can either hire a male stripper to come to the bachelorette party venue, or go to a strip club to see several of them strut their stuff. You can easily get in touch with professional male strippers through Websites (log on to the ones with pictures of the strippers so you can pick one that the bride will find attractive). Stripper services go from about $200 and up. Be sure to reserve early, because they do run out during peak months (June and December).
Remember that this kind of bachelorette party entertainment is great for an open-minded bride and a young and spirited audience, but if you plan on inviting older, more conservative women (like the bride's grandmother or future mother-in-law), stick to something more wholesome.