A couple weeks ago, I was lucky enough to celebrate my bachelorette with my two favorite brides to be, my dear friends, Andrea + Caroline!
As soon as we realized the three of us would be getting married this summer, we started talking dates for all of the celebrations. We soon realized it would be easier and way more awesome to have a joint bachelorette for the three of us. Since we were three brides-strong, our ladies (and one dude!) rented a bad ass house in Austin and had some pretty epic (surprise) activities planned.
On mother’s day weekend, our people trekked from all over the country to meet in Austin! Some of our tribe arrived early Thursday afternoon and it was killing me to see all of the pics and snaps. After work Thursday, I took a late flight into ATX with an even longer layover in ATL, cue the pre-party beers! After arriving at 2am, I found my way to my designated bed in our huge (i mean huge!) rental house, and crashed.
Friday morning, I woke up and got to see all of my favorite people! Between the three brides there were 4 maids of honor and they did an amazing job planning. That morning, there were breakfast tacos delivered to the house, an Austin specialty, and we commenced our day of pool-side fun.
As most of our pics from this trip are booze + bikini heavy, I will spare you all the gritty details and just say that we had a ball. One eventful part of Friday, for me personally, was learning what a “haircut” shot was. Thanks to the 22 year old for making us all feel really old!
Friday night we got all dressed up to eat at Jacobys where the gals had planned a special menu for us and we had a private room. The food was stellar and the drinks were amazing, but I was hit with an intense bout of vertigo during dinner so went home early while most of the other gals went out. I hate that this happened during my bachlorette, but whatcha gonna do? My mom and sister both get it too, and sometimes planes and elevators screw with me. Fun times!
Saturday morning we were up and at ’em to hop on our party bus and head to Lake Travis! Our group had picked up burger fixing, beers and tons of floaties and we loaded up our pontoon boat for a day of floating + battling bachelor parties.We won, don’t worry.
Saturday evening, we napped, cooked dinner in the huge-ass kitchen and hung out in the crazy back yard! We ended our festivities on Rainey Street, a street of old bungalows turned into bars!
I feel like I always like to end with a silly picture, so here’s a typical snap of me and my MOH! Love you sis!
Thanks to everyone who planned and made it a super special weekend.
Caroline gets married this Saturday and I cannot wait to celebrate her