Guide to a Classy Nashville Bachelorette Party!
Updated: Oct 13, 2020
When you hear Nashville bachelorette party, most people think cowboy boots, tight black dresses, and hot pink sashes and tiaras. If that's your vibe, more power to you! However, if you're looking for something a little classier, I've got the perfect itinerary and packing list for you here! Just to note, I didn't plan this trip - it was all my bestie bride Haley and a few of the bridesmaids. I was just along for the ride and had the best time ever!
1. First stop, brunch at Bartaco - 12 South. 12 South is an adorable trendy district in Nash with everything from Madewell to local vintage markets. We rocked our travel clothes and just enjoyed delicious family style tacos and drinks! We spent a few hours roaming 12 South, shopping, and sipping coffee!
2. Next stop, check in at the Graduate Hotel and reservations at White Limozeen, the rooftop pool and bar! While the hotel is pricey and there was a $50 pool reservation fee per person, it was so worth it! So many photo ops and so much fun! My only call out is that we were the only ones at the pool to have a swim party (lol). Everyone else was dressed to the nines and ready for cute cocktails. Just something to keep in mind. Nonetheless, we rocked our adorable matching swimsuits, sipped yummy cocktails, and enjoyed strawberry champagne and pop rock jello shots!
3. For dinner, bridesmaids decked out in all pink while the bride was bold and rocked bright red (a fun take on the typical black/pink combo). We had reservations at the Hampton Social, had a glass of frose, and of course grabbed a pic with the notorious "rose all day" sign!
4. The last day was filled with brunch at Cafe Roze, dinner at Emmy Squared, and the bulk of the day lounging and painting our fav memory with the bride at Arrington Vineyards. It was my first time at the vineyard, and I already can't wait to go back. From flights to frose they have a little bit of everything! It's the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine (or two), snack on cheese and crackers, enjoy live music, and admire the beauty of the vineyard!
So if you're headed to Nash for a bachelorette party, or even a girls weekend, make sure to check out some of these yummy restaurants (all allowed reservations and were super covid/social distancing friendly) and make time for an afternoon at Arrington! Most importantly, shower your beautiful bride and make sure they have the best time ever!
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