Hi again! I know I’ve been a little M.I.A. recently, but it’s because I was off GETTING MARRIED! And then, of course, on my honeymoon in Jamaica with my new husband (!!!). It’s been a bit slow-going trying to get re-situated going back to work and finding time for blogging since it’s 45° here and was 85° the entire week we were in Jamaica.
The whole Daylight Saving Time thing doesn’t really do me a ton of favors in terms of daylight hours to work with for photography, either. Since it’s getting cold and we could all use a throwback to warm and fun times, here’s a recap of what I’ve deemed The Best Foodie Bachelorette Party.
Although I let most of my bridal shower be a surprise, I really let the bachelorette party be a super secret surprise and I had absolutely NO idea of what it was going to be. My bridesmaids are all the best and know what I like, so I had no issue trusting that they would pick the best things for us to do at my bachelorette party.
Baking with Your Besties
First up, we got in the minivan and drove to our first stop – we went to Sur la Table for a French macaron making class!
Now, this isn’t my first stab at making French macarons (check out the S’mores Macarons my sister and I made one summer) but my bridesmaids know I LOVE baking and so this was right up my alley. We had such a fun time and the instructor was lovely. They even brought out mini cappuccinos and espresso midway through the class! We got to take the extra cookies home and my best gals bought me a pink macaron ornament 🙂
Pizza with Your Favorite People
Next stop was another welcomed surprise – my favorite pizza place! Originally I had fell in love with Nomad Pizza at their original location in Hopewell, NJ and my bridesmaids surprised me for lunch at their newer location in Princeton. You can say I was one happy gal since pizza is pretty much my favorite food of all time.
There’s Always Time for Wine
For the last leg of the bachelorette day, we stopped at Terhune Orchards for a wine tasting and picked up two bottles of wine. We finished the day off by watching a few episodes of Four Weddings! I can’t get enough of how ridiculous that show is.
If you have a bachelorette party to plan and your bride doesn’t love the drinking/party scene as much as everyone else seems to, know that there are plenty of fun and fabulous activities that are perfect for a bachelorette party.
What did you do for your bachelorette party? My friend and sister are both getting married next year and I need some fresh ideas!