This Wedding Wednesday I’m sharing a bunch of photos from my Vegas bachelorette party weekend! My sister planned an amazing trip and I feel so lucky to have such wonderful friends in my life. The recovery at work the following Monday was a little rough (I can’t party like I used to in my college days!), but it was well worth it.
We stayed at Vdara, which is a fabulous option because it has nice rooms and is centrally located on the strip. Vdara is typically very reasonably priced because it doesn’t have a casino—which I actually see as a huge plus because who HAS to have a casino right in their specific hotel when there are legit a million along the strip. It’s also smoke-free, which is very rare in Vegas and I really appreciate.
MY VEGAS BACHELORETTE PARTY
Love these little blue robes! I included them in my bachelorette party packages for my bridesmaids along with these custom sunglasses and flasks, as a thank you for coming all the way out to my Vegas bachelorette party to celebrate. The robes match our cobalt blue color for the wedding, so they’ll also double as getting ready robes on the big day.
DAY ONE: VEGAS BACHELORETTE PARTY
One of the first things we did after landing in Sin City was head to the Cirque du Soleil show, Zumanity. Cirque shows, in general, are incredible but Zumanity was just a freaking amazing experience! Add in the fact that it’s a super sexy version of Cirque du Soleil and it was perfect to kick off the bachelorette weekend. Think ropes, chains, crazy acrobatics, and lots of gasping from the crowd.
After Zumanity, we headed straight over to catch a Chippendales show, because what’s more quintessentially Vegas bachelorette parties than male revue with half naked men dancing to cheesy songs in firemen hats? It was kind of awesome. Tyson Beckford also happens to be their celebrity guest host, and he has an OK body…
Last stop of the first night of my Vegas bachelorette party: Ghostbar. Nothing like dancing on a rooftop bar with amazing and grand views of the strip!
DAY TWO: VEGAS BACHELORETTE PARTY
|Found this bachelorette veil on etsy.|
Next on the agenda of my Vegas bachelorette party: A limo ride and photo sesh at some iconic Vegas spots thanks to LV Wedding Connection! We had a great time sipping champagne and stopping at spots like the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, while a professional photographer snapped photos.
After grabbing dinner, we took a ride on the High Roller at The Linq. We hopped on just before the sun was setting and the half hour ride was gorgeous. The view and experience were much better than going to any strip clubs!
Instead of spending our last day at a pool party, we spent our last day in Vegas lazing around in a cabana at Sahara’s pool (formerly SLS’ Foxtail Poolclub). I’ll be honest, at this point, we were exhausted after partying two nights in a row and some of us were a bit worse for the wear. Our waitress laughed at us when we ordered mocktails instead of cocktails and said she didn’t think anyone had ever done that before. Oh well, we were *le tired* and a good lounge sesh was what we needed before taking off for the airport.
Thanks to my sissy Hanae for planning my fun-filled Vegas bachelorette party weekend, and to my cousins Claire and Erin, and my BFFs Kimmy and Allison for celebrating Vegas-style! It was a weekend I’ll never forget. And a HUGE thank you to all of the shows and venues that reached out to invite us out and made my bachelorette even more special!
If you’re planning a Vegas bachelorette party, I would also recommend checking out Encore Beach and any of its beach clubs to really enjoy yourself with your girlfriends!
If you want to see a show check out a Cirque du Soleil or Chippendales show. If you want to get drinks or go to a club check out Ghostbar, Xs, or Encore Beach. You can also make some time for a limo ride around the strip or a ferris wheel ride at the Linq.
Vdara is a fabulous option for a bachelorette party. It has nice rooms and is centrally located on the strip. Vdara is smoke-free and is typically very reasonably priced because it doesn’t have a casino.
Depending on the venue they will charge entry fees ranging between $20 – $50.