Last month, our crew celebrated Jessica's (blog regular here, one of my B to the F Fs- you'll recognize her) bachelorette party at L'Auberge de Lac (Casino resort) in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
I had never been to L'Auberge , so I was excited to check this place out!
|Jacked this pic from the internet|
Of course we did some pinterest-y things
Like an itinerary, because we're a group of type As, and have you ever tried organizing intoxicated people? Good luck with that...
or these survival kits packed with a mini champagne, water, blow pop, advil,band aids, and a travel sized sunscreen. These gable boxes came from Sweet Tea Paper via Etsy, and were a huge hit!
and of course the overall room set up. Cutesy banners also came from Etsy.com vendors.
And an absolute must, a sweet souvenir for the bride
Our first night, we ended up all wearing our Ship Faced shirts. Our shirts were ordered via Amazon, and printed locally by Advertec. That's how you save some dollars. The shirts made us lots of new friends. Some really nice strangers let us take pictures on their boat, which we followed up with a very rowdy dinner at the Jack Daniels Bar. That's all I can tell you about that.
Day two was spent by the pool, we listened to music, we laughed, we enjoyed each other's company, and we all squeezed onto that one piece of furniture for no particular reason other than we just like each other. Life was good that day
The pool was followed up with a Lingerie shower, oh lala, and dinner at Ember. Ember is L'Auberge's fancy steak house. Unfortunately we don't have a great pic from dinner. If only someone in that group was a blogger who was good with pictures....
This was one of those fantastic weekends that brings everyone that much closer. We're all excited for Jessica's big day, but first we've got a few more stops a long the way. More pinterest-y fun to follow!
What are your favorite Bachelorette party traditions?