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Bachelorette FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are topless waiters?


The topless waiters are for good, clean fun when the ladies are a little conservative.
The guys will come dressed in black pants and without shirts.
They will mingle with the girls, get them drinks, take fun photos, help where they can and create a fun vibe...
The guys are all well-mannered and well-groomed.


2. What are bottomless waiters?


The bottomless waiters are a slightly naughtier option than the topless waiters, but also for when the ladies are a little too shy for a stripper. 
The guys will come in a sexy black apron and a g-string.
They won't be wearing a shirt nor pants ;)
They will mingle with the girls, get them drinks, take fun photos, help where they can and create a fun vibe...
The guys are all well-mannered and well-groomed.


3. Do the rates include travel or accomodation?


No, all rates exclude travel and accommodation. This will need to be added in a final quote.  


4. What do I need to know for a show?


Please make sure that you have the following available for the dancer at the venue:
1. A Change room or preparation area.
  • Preferably near to the performance area as the dancer may need to make one change of outfit during the show.
  • At least 4 square meters in size.
  • Enough light to see.
  • A clean and dry floor if it's outside.
2. A glass of water (plastic cups are better).
3. A chair to use in the performance.
  • Low chair (ottoman can work).
  • Not a tall bar stool.
  • Chair without arms.
4. Performance area.
  • Make the guests sit in a semi circle around the area, where the dancer will perform.
  • Place the special lady in the centre of the semi circle, on her own chair.
  • The bigger the area, the better.
5. Sound system.
  • The louder the better. If you feel it's not loud enough (louder than girls screaming), we rent out a sound system for R100.
  • Let us know what kind of input the system takes (CD, line in, aux, iPod).
  • An iPod Docking station or kitchen radio is usually not loud enough.
6. Photographs.
  • Each Dancer has their own preference, so ask them when they arrive, if you can take pictures or film the show.
7. Keep the bachelorette / bachelor conscious.
  • You won't believe how many times the bride/groom is paralytic by the time the dancer arrives.
  • Get them tipsy but keep them there.
8. Timing
  • If you plan on leaving directly after the show to another venue, allow at least an hour for the show.
  • It takes about 20 minutes to set up.
  • 20 minutes for the show.
  • 20 minutes to pack up.
  • Usually the dancer will mingle, have a drink and take some photos with the guests afterwards for about 15 minutes.
9. Pets
  • Please tie up or lock away any pets during the performance. Loud noises and fast movements might cause them to behave unpredictably.

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