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Hi! My niece wants to have her bachelorette party at Disney World. I want to make this trip really special! It is going to be a group of 15 to 20 girls. I would love some ideas, pointers, tips, etc. Also, her all time fav princess is Belle.
- Asked by Angelina on 7/27/2013
Hi Angelina! I was excited to see your question as my daughter held her own bachelorette party at Disney ten years ago! I would love to share what she did so you might realize some of the options you have at this great resort.
We started with a dinner and held it in the gazebo in the middle of the Yacht Club pool area. It was fun being up high and watching all the activity around and yet keeping it a private affair. Catering offered many great options for food and it was a perfect setting for the "girls". If you didn't want a location such as that you could choose a simple dinner at one of the many great restaurants and order off the menus.
After dinner we had a simple scavenger hunt for the bride. She had to do simple fun things keeping in the spirit of Disney as we walked from the Yacht Club resort over to Jellyrolls on the Boardwalk. The next couple of hours were spent enjoying the dueling pianos and having fun with the music before we headed back for a late Beaches and Cream kitchen sink dessert!
If you wanted to see if Belle could join you for your dinner you can request this for a private showing but it is costly. Character appearances for a thirty minute time frame will be from $800-$1000. You can contact Disney Weddings to see if they can assist with your plans or send you in the right direction if you wish to have Disney help plan this special occasion.
If you wish to do something on your own you can arrange an evening in Epcot with a dinner at Norway for the Akershus princess dining experience. There are so many other options as well such as dining at Teppan Edo in Japan where they cook your dinner in front of you. Your group could fill two tables. Let me know if you need some more ideas to start planning!