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Toronto is a vibrant city filled with loads of different types of activities fit for any bride. Of course, there are the usual places to party, but there are loads of alternative options if your bride is more low key.
Show your bride the best time possible with a bachelorette party itinerary designed just for her. Whatever she loves, there’s a perfect bachelorette experience waiting for her in Toronto.
Looking for a non-traditional activity that will help the bridal party bond? Why not try a scavenger hunt. Let’s Roam offers a scavenger hunt service so you can just sign up and leave the planning to them. They have over 2000 positive reviews.
Does your party enjoy food? Luckily in Toronto, you’ve landed in a world-class foodie city. This small group walking tour involves sampling 5 global cuisines at local hangouts for one incredible nightlife experience!
Pricing starts at $220 per person
Launched during the pandemic, the founders started a luxury picnic business. They service backyards, their preferred parks, and venues in the GTA and beyond. Available on the ground or regular height table and chairs for up to 75 guests!
Hotel X’s rooftop pool offers day passes for you and your friends. Starting at $129 per person, the day pass allows use of the pool and hotel amenities. If you want to pamper yourself or the guest of honor, the spa is also open and available for booking throughout the day as well.
Located in Toronto’s vibrant Queen Street neighbourhood, we believe that jewellery is a unique symbol for timeless love and individuality. Our team specializes in working with you to create custom bespoke engagement rings and wedding bands. Discover our curated selection of high-quality rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, or experience one of our popular jewellery-making workshops.
Located in the Village, Smith is a brunch institution in Toronto. Only open on the weekends, ensure your spot here by making a reservation (as tables are limited). I’ve eaten most options on the menu by now, and you cannot go wrong.
A fun speakeasy in Toronto, located on King Street. From the outside, this looks like a regular ol’ cafe and bar. My recommendation: ask to see the champagne list and see what happens. (For the planners: definitely call ahead and make a reso if you have a big group)
Does your bride/groom love tacos and margaritas? If so, then El Rey is a perfect location for your bachelorette or bachelor dinner. Located in Kensington, where there are other bars and restaurants you can bop to if your group is small enough. I’d recommend calling ahead to make a reservation!