So, I’ve already talked about my best tips for planning a baseball-themed bachelorette party AND shown you the awesome gift bags I made. Today, you get to see how the party actually turned out! Three words: TONS OF FUN.
We met at my house and caravanned to Miller Park in two cars. Once there, we set up our spread and got to partying!
One of the great things about Miller Park is the ability to tailgate. And we Wisconsinites are serious about our tailgates—we’re talking tents, stereos, bean bag toss, the whole 9 yards. We had a total blast, grilling out and chilling before the game!
The lovely bride to be:
Instead of your traditional “bachelorette” crown or sash, I made her a button—I took a regular Brewers pin and added the “Bride” ribbons to it. It was perfect for B—not too flashy but still marked her as the bride!
After grilling out and chilling in the parking lot for awhile, we headed into the game.
Of course, we had to stop and take a few pictures in the “big glove!”
And then we headed up to our seats. We were waaaaaay up there in the nosebleeds, but it was so much fun. And we brought in our “Congrats, Michelle!” banner!
After the game was over, we headed back to our cars. Most of the guests headed home, but Lauren, Jenny, Beezus and I headed out to one of our favorite bars. We shared a few pitchers and had a great time, then took a cab home & called it a night!
It was a really fun bachelorette party & I know the bride had a great time. Stay tuned—up next I’ll be recapping the wedding!
See all of the posts in the My Best Friend’s Wedding series here:
My Best Friend’s Wedding: KDoc