Category — Bachelorette Party

Musings of a bride 6 months from the big day!

Posted by Courtney S.

usMy fiance & me at a friend’s wedding on October 3, 2009 in Bucks County, PA.

With just about 6 months until our vows, the pressure is beginning to build. We have all of our major vendors booked and we’re now working on the details. I’ve enjoyed every second of wedding plans and I’m beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. We finished up all of our paper products and I’m in love with our invitations. We’re finishing up the guest list and getting ready to see the envelopes to the calligrapher. It’s all starting to feel so.. real.

I am ecstatic for the upcoming weekend – my mom and sister are throwing me a bridal shower!! I begged for no surprise so I can help with the details (I’m allowed to do the centerpieces, yay!). My future Mother-in-law and Sister-in-law are coming into town from Florida on Thursday. I also have a few girlfriends coming into town for the weekend and Saturday is the big day! We have about 55 guests coming to celebrate at my local favorite Italian restaurant. I’m really looking forward to having all my favorite women in one room!

Later that night, my best friends are throwing me a bachelorette party. I’ve been kept in the dark about all details but I fully except a crazy night – my girlfriends are fabulous! I am having 10 bridesmaids – my sister is my maid of honor, my two sister-in-laws, my fiance’s sister and 6 of my best friends. While this may seem insane to some, I can’t imagine it any other way. These ladies have always been there and I can’t imagine my wedding day without them by my side.

Cheers to a stress-free week and a great ladies weekend. I’ll be sure to return with pictures!!

October 26, 2009   No Comments

Two Bachelorette Parties in Two Weeks

Posted by Polina F.

Since my sister and I are both getting married this September, so we decided have our bachelorette parties in the same month too! My sister celebrated her bachelorette party two weeks ago with a beautiful dinner at Jo’s in the East Village of NYC, sake cocktails at another East Village bar, and dancing until the wee hours of the morning at The Anchor a small bar/dance club in the West Village where there is no velvet rope and the music is fantastic. The DJ even took requests! It was wonderful to be able to celebrate with my sister and her friends, some of whom I’ve known since they were 10 years old.

Me and my sister at her bachelorette party

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August 20, 2009   1 Comment