One of favorite man bloggers, a rare breed in the wedding world, just posted his bachelor party adventures. The Groom Says had a multi-day adventure that spanned state lines. We’re jealous. The bastard. They bypassed our expertise on this and went rogue BUT in our professional opinion his friends knocked it out of the park. It’s always nice to see guys thinking outside the box and getting away from the typical definition of a bachelor party.
To set the tone his friend sent him this message:
We’re going to pick you up. At your house. At 11am. On Thursday.
Bring nice clothes. Bring swimming trunks. Bring desert clothes. Bring suntan lotion. Bring blankets. Or a sleeping bag. Or blankets. Bring $20 in pennies. And bring your good wit. And good will.
In our minds, only grand things of legendary status can follow a message like that. Check out The Groom Says blog to read the rest: http://thegroomsays.blogspot.com/2010/09/bachelor-party-wrap-up.html
Well played men, well played.
Shelley Beals founder of The Fry Girl Inc. grew up on a farm in Canada, where she learned the true meaning of hard work, community and cooking – especially home-made donuts. She followed her entrepreneurial spirit and now owns numerous mini donut machines and other fryers. Her heavenly fried foods, her reputation for superior client service and years of experience keeps her business growing. Her mini-donuts are my favorite, truly mouthwatering and addictive (and not that bad for you with only 1 gram of fat and 26 calories per donut – for all you calorie counters). They are also GREEN, they recycle their canola oil, Shelley’s plumber burns it in his work van, so her entire neighborhood smells like donuts.mmmmmmmmmmmm Wouldn’t these be a great addition to a bachelorette party?
The Fry Girl inc would be a great addition to your wedding or event – thanks Shelley.
What is your favorite fried food?
Deep fried perogies (my family makes them back in Canada). I don’t make/serve them in my business as they are too time consuming to make. My family prepares them normally only for special events. My favorite food that we prepare is definitely mini funnel cakes but I also love our gourmet fries! Continue reading →
Pole dancing lessons are a perfect match for your bachelorette party. You will feel a bit silly for about five minutes, and then you will have an unbelievably playful experience. Not only will you awaken your inner naughty kitten, you will feel more confident and beautiful. We love sending groups of girls pole dancing because they always come back with a smile on their face. They’ve pushed the boundaries of their normal experience and found they are capable of so much more. All that from a little ole pole! Not to mention the groom loves it when the bride pulls out her new moves on the honeymoon. =)
Not all pole dancing studios or the instructors teaching are created equal. We work with a lot of vendors in California and Las Vegas. Through our experience here’s a list to keep in mind if you’re planning on taking a class:
- Does your instructor do a warm-up and a cool-down? - Face it, we’re not all spring chickens. This is a very physical activity and should be approached with the proper respect
- Do you go upside down your first class? – Not a great idea. There’s a progression that should be followed and rushing will hasten an injury.
- How many poles does the studio have? – This is a good question but if they only have 3 don’t fret too much. More poles for larger groups means more time for each person. Less poles is still plenty of fun but if you have a chance, opt for more.
We make sure that all of our pole instructors provide a fun, safe environment for you to let loose in. You’ll find unique locations, crazy fun instructors, and a sense of empowerment with any of our pole dancing bachelorette packages. Make sure your Maid of Honor checks these out when she plans your bachelorette party:
Miss Behave - Pole Lesson and Pin-up photo shoot
Twirly Girlies – Pole Dancing Lesson & Boudoir photo shoot
Chocolate Stilettos – Pole dancing and Chocolate Tasting
Tasty Poles - cooking lesson and Pole Dancing Class