LIFESTYLE | Bachelorette Time
With a family wedding up and coming and being the Maid of Honour, it's a privilege to be able to help celebrate the traditional wedding events & have fun while doing it!
Overview of the evening:
Wine Tasting at Obladee
Was informative as it was enjoyable. The woman who walked us through the tasting was informed as she was pleasant to listen to. It was fun to learn more about what rosé wines were available in our province and also a deeper red from out of town. The Brides favourite was between the 'L'Acadie Vineyards Vintage Cuvée Rosé' and the 'Cherubino Pedestal Cabernet Merlot'. My favourite, due to the hot summer and my yearning for Autumn, the 'Cherubino Pedestal Cabernet Merlot'.
Dinner at Lot Six
The Bride & I were both ravenous by then for their hamburger and a glass of red. The combination was amazing. Highly recommend their atmosphere and menu.
In-between dinner and dancing we went to a bridesmaids house in located in the city to primp some more before taxying downtown to dance. (what better way to end the evening than to dance?)
We were planning on going to a newer more retro dance club called 'Vinyl' which plays all the older eighties music and has throwback eighties dance atmosphere, but in the lead up to this event we found out they closed for the duration of the summer. We opted for the safe bet in The Pacifico.
I have always enjoyed the Pacifico for it's happy & safe atmosphere. It allows for everyone to have fun while not permitting any rowdiness, which when hosting a bride is exactly what we want. Safe & fun!
Let the hair fly!!!
or, as we found that warm night, put your hair up in a bun & continue dancing....
We tied the night up with late night pizza followed with a brunch the next morning.
It was so exciting to realize as we cheered our mimosas we were getting to the home stretch of celebrating this wedding.
October is just around the corner!!!!