When planning a Bachelorette Party Scavenger Hunt there are a few ways to go. No doubt the rest of the evening will be all about sex, sex, sex, so you could do a scavenger hunt will set the hunt (and you) apart, with a “Wifely Treasures Scavenger Hunt” and make the guests hunt down the little things that weren’t on the wedding registry that the bride-to-be is going to need once she becomes a wife (scented candles, pain relievers, a mop, etc). You can probably find most of what you need at your local drugstore, so that is probably the best place for the hunt, but you can also try the mall or drive around to several stores. First person or team to the checkout wins. Losers buy the first round of drinks at the bar – or help clean up after the party.
Another treasure hunt idea is a “Through the Years Scavenger Hunt“, where you all find items that the bride would have liked or had at different times in her life. The mall is a good place for this one. Things on the list could include candy for the bride as a young child, a piece of jewelry that represents ballet or sports or whatever she was into as a pre-teen, hairspray or makeup for the bride as a teen, a bottle of wine or beer to represent college, etc.
If a recurring theme for the evening is that her life will end once she is married, a good idea for the scavenger hunt might be items similar to over-the-hill gag gifts. “Old Married Hag” items to find: adult diapers, book magnifiers, a walking cane, joint crème, etc.
You can also go with an “Island Fun” (or other theme that represents their honeymoon) where you find tiki candle holders, exotic drinking glasses and more. For a woman you know is ready to have children as soon as possible, there is the “Fertility Finds” theme where you try to locate things like a pregnancy test, diapers and things of that nature. For the neat-freak bride, there is the “Cleaning FrenzyHunt” where you look for, obviously, sponges and other cleaning supplies. For the June bride there is the “Oh, ThoseSummer Nights” theme – sunglasses, tanning oil and so on. If the bride is a good cook, try the “Chef WifeNeeds a Kitchen” theme, where you head to a culinary shop, mall or big box store and get spatulas, potholders, whisks and other small kitchen utensils. If she is a bad cook, the food hunt “Scavenging for (Groom’s Name)”, where the list is filled with canned goods and boxed food mixes of various kinds, is not only fun, but practical.
Oh, you want to stay with the sex, sex, sex theme, huh? Okay, for the “Married Sex Is Not Boring Hunt” drive everyone to the local adult novelty store (or to that same local drugstore, if you want to keep this tasteful). Have them find items and for a twist, add a price-limited “choose your own” item to the list where the ladies pick a novelty item not on the list that they think the bride will particularly like. The bride chooses the winners by deciding which novelty item she likes best.