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7 Cocktails and Shooters for Your Bachelorette Party

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Celebrate your last night of freedom with these fun cocktails and shooters, perfect for any speed of bachelorette party—from playfully crazy to debaucherous to “let’s hope we all still make it out of this night alive.” Here, the best drinks to have on your wild night out with the girls before the big day.

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If your bachelorette party doesn’t start at noon with a plate of Eggs Benny and pitchers of bottomless Mimosas, you’re doing it wrong.

The Essentials

Orange Juice
Champagne
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Once you’re sufficiently boozed up from brunch, keep the party going with a round of Jello Shots. Feel free to get deviate from the usual formula with cocktail-inspired shots like Sex on the Beach Jello shots, tropical Piña Colada Jello shots or these pretty-in-pink Sparkling Rosé Jello shots.

The Essentials

Rosé Champagne
Crème de Pamplemousse
gelatin
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You are all fully fledged “Woo Girls” by now, wooing at every opportunity and letting every passerby know that it’s a “bachelorette party, woo!” (as if the pink sashes and glittering tiaras weren’t dead giveaways). Drink this fruity cocktail that embraces your Constitutional right to woo.

The Essentials

vodka
peach schnapps
cranberry juice
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After you’ve finished dinner, indulge in dessert with this sweet, creamy cocktail. Dark chocolate liqueur and cherry vodka taste like liquid pie. The true pros will know what to do with the stem from the bright red maraschino cherry garnish.

The Essentials

cherry vodka
creme de cacao
half and half
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Break out the suggestively shaped silly straws and get all the girls in on this communal cocktail. If you’re out at a bar, go for the classic Corona flipped into a jumbo frozen Margarita, but if the party is going down at home, try a fun flavor variation like this Cinnamon Ciderdog instead. Just make sure to finish it before the “police” arrives with a “noise complaint.”

The Essentials

tequila
lime juice
Corona
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This blue-hued take on a Long Island Ice Tea swaps out triple-sec for another orange-flavored liqueur, blue curaçao, but keeps the drink’s remaining laundry list of spirits. Drink this when all bets are off and you can’t be bothered to pick a single spirit anymore—you’ll have them all. Just be aware that the drink’s moniker, Adios Motherf***er, will make good on its promise.

The Essentials

all clear spirits
blue curaçao
lemon-lime soda
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Finish the job. Make sure what happens at the bachelorette party stays at the bachelorette party with one final Mind Eraser. The fiancée never needs to know.

The Essentials

Kahlúa
vodka
soda water

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