Updated: January 31, 2020
Organizing a bachelorette party is a huge honor, but it can also be a lot of work. If it’s your turn to organize the big night for your best friend and bride-to-be, skip the clichés. It’s not just about partying the night away—but rather about bringing people together, making some memories, and marking a major transition in your friend’s life.
Check out these unique ways to kick off a bachelorette party in Toronto!
#1 – Learn how to make your own cocktails at BareBones Bartending
Looking for a fun and unique way to kick off your big night out? Book a private cocktail making party with BareBones Bartending. They offer special bachelorette-themed private workshops where you’ll learn to make super tasty cocktails and learn the secrets of the trade. They have two locations to choose from – Queen West or King & Bathurst which offer close proximity to great dining options afterwards, and there’s even an option for them to come to you.
#2 – Hit the poles at Brass Vixens
There’s a reason pole dancing bachelorette parties are super popular in Toronto. Check out Brass Vixens, where you can shake what your mama gave you—and also shimmy it up a pole. Brass Vixens’s fun-loving instructors can tailor a party to your needs, from pole dancing to burlesque, chair dancing, and more.
#3 – Mix painting with wine at Paint Cabin
Looking to make unique art and great memories? This adorable art studio in Riverdale is for you. Book a private party where you and your girls will be led step-by-step in the creation of a featured work of art. Paint Cabin is a fully licensed café bar, so you all can get into the sauce, just like real artists.
#4 – Get out of your comfort zone with aerial silks
If you want to do something super outside the box, check out aerial silks in Toronto’s Port Lands. The Circus Fix is a big and bright circus school that offers aerial classes specifically for bachelorette parties. Go one better than the tried-and-true pole dancing class and learn how to be graceful while suspended from two brightly colored silks.
#5 – Take the edge off on a Toronto brunch tour
If you want to take the edge off after a night on the town, check out this curated brunch tour of King and Queen West. Treat your friend to the ultimate Toronto brunch experience with stops that include Toronto’s best croissant, delicious Italian bombas, bloody caesars & mimosas, an incredible eggs bennie, and to top it all off, a sweet treat from Toronto’s best chocolatier.
#6 – Go on a luxury sail with Gone Sailing
Feel like hitting the high seas? You can with Gone Sailing at Toronto’s harborfront. Enjoy a three-hour bachelorette sail with phenomenal views of the Toronto skyline while sipping on signature cocktails and enjoying gourmet hors d’oeuvres.
#7 – Make something sweet at Chocolate Tales
Not all brides-to-be want to get rowdy. For those who are gentle at heart (and LOVE chocolate) there’s Chocolate Tales, a sweet option that will have your gang creating some super delicious treats. Choose from the classic chocolate workshop, a truffle making workshop, or the savory & sweet option that pairs chocolate with exotic flavors such as Himalayan pink salt, ginger, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Take home everything you make. (And then eat it immediately? We’ll never tell.)
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