What’s in a bachelorette party? As long as the bride’s closest friends are there to celebrate her send-off into married life, it’ll be a great event. Here are some suggestions for an unforgettable celebration:
The Brush Bar in Old Town Scottsdale offers private painting sessions for bachelorette parties. Private parties require at least 10 people and the $45 per person cost includes all materials and one glass of wine or beer. Groups are allowed to bring in their own food, and each participant will leave with a beautiful painting and beautiful memories. Call 480-947-8700 or visit the brushbar.com.
L’Auberge de Sedona is the ultimate destination for a bachelorette getaway weekend. The award-winning resort offers breathtaking views, gourmet food and the Spa L’Auberge. Packages are available that include tours of local wineries, jeep tours of the Sedona area or spa credit. L’Auberge is also a top choice for a destination wedding venue. Call (855) 905-5745 or visit lauberge.com.
At 20 Lounge’s two Scottsdale locations, you can enjoy a bachelorette mani/pedi blowout with your bridal party. The high-end salon offers different kinds of manicures and pedicures plus an extras menu that includes touches of luxury like a sugar scrub, glitter or nail art. Throw in some food and drinks, and you have everything you need for a bachelorette party that’s unforgettable and gets you ready for the wedding day. Call 480-348-2020 (Scottsdale Quarter), 480-699-8900 (Scottsdale Saville), or visit 20lounge.com.
In addition to Sur La Table’s extensive lineup of public cooking classes, the kitchen and dining supply store also allows customers to design their own private events. You can choose either a demonstration or hands-on class, and you can work with Sur La Table experts to design a menu that will appeal to you and your guests. Then, when the cooking is done, the eating can begin. Call 480-998-0648 (Kierland Commons) or 480-947-4478 (Scottsdale Fashion Square), or visit surlatable.com.