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- Know a bride who loves her spicy yellowtail? River North restaurant Sunda [110 West Illinois Street] offers private sushi-centric bashes in a swanky setting. The "Maki Sake" parties cater to up several different grou
- For something totally quirky (and a little bit '80s), book a private Cheerobix class. The fun, heart-pumping group fitness sessions involve pom-pom routines and original cheers,
- For the daring (or circus-loving) group of girlfriends, Trapeze School New York—Chicago [3158 North Lakefront Trail] can offer custom classes for bachelorette parties. Instructors show brand-new and experien
- Epoch Floral Studio [1700 West Hubbard Street] creates stunning flower arrangements for high-end clients including Park Hyatt Chicago. Lucky for brides with a green thumb, owner Mike Hines also teaches private flower-arranging classes for bachelorettes. T
- For the vintage-loving group of gals, Vavoom Pinups [724 West Hubbard Street] is the perfect spot to spend an evening inspired by decades past. The "empowering vintage pinup" studio provides "pa
Over clubbing? We don't blame you. Here are five fresh ideas for bachelorette parties in Chicago, for the bride who loves sushi, pom-pom routines, or vintage style—basically, anything but phallic accessories and the bars on Rush and Division.
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