Trisha's Bachelorette Party in Nashville, TN!
I am so excited about sharing this next bachelorette party because it's in one of my FAVORITE places ever! I present to you...
Trisha's Bachelorette Party in Nashville, Tennessee!
We asked Trisha some questions about her bachelorette party and we can't wait to share all about it!
Trisha and 12 of her best girls all got to Nashville in very different scenarios. Trisha flew from Maine with 4 of her friends; one friend flew from Michigan; 2 drove from Georgia and her sisters didn’t need to travel because they live in Nashville. I am so jealous of them by the way.
This past July, they rented an airbnb house rental on Music Row, right next to downtown, which she said was the most perfect location. They went for 4 days (3 nights) and it cost $625 a night, but when it was split among the amount of girls that attended, it wasn’t too pricey, especially for how amazing the house and location were. This is where it would come in handy if you used Got Your Bach services because we have SO many airbnb partnerships around the world, especially in places like Nashville. We can also (sometimes) get into the house rental early to have everything prepared and all the decor set up before you arrive.
How awesome is that?
Trisha’s Maid of Honor created a Facebook group and posted events on the itinerary months in advance. A finalized itinerary was posted a week before the trip. Trisha knew a lot of what she wanted to do since her parents and sisters live in the Nashville area, and she gets to visit often.
What did y’all eat?!
Friday Night: Quick bite to eat in the Gulch before going out - no reservations. They stopped at the Kroger that was conveniently 5 minutes from their Airbnb to grab snacks and drinks for the pedal tour.
Saturday Morning: Her sisters surprised them with brunch at the Airbnb (waffles, fruit, eggs, bacon and mimosas of course).
Saturday Night: Dinner Reservations at Del Frisco’s Grille in The Gulch area in Nashville (they gave their entire party a complimentary rose toast since it was Trisha’s bachelorette).
Sunday Morning: Brunch reservations at The Mockingbird Nashville (they have the best brunch and drinks!).
Sunday Night: Netflix and chill night with Chinese take out via Uber Eats app.
What did y’all do during your time in Nashville?!
Friday Night: Went to Printer’s Alley, aka “night club district” in Nashville. They stopped at the Dream Hotel Nashville and went to an upscale nightclub called “Dirty Little Secret”. After Printer’s Alley, they walked to Broadway to go to Blake Shelton’s bar called Ole Red. There was a live country music band on stage. Afterwards, we went to FGL house on broadway - great dancing music and cool vibe (one of my faves).
Saturday: we took the Nashville Pedal Tavern private tour through midtown area. They provide the cooler, ice and music - we brought the drinks and chose what music we wanted - primarily 90’s hip hop and boy bands :) We wore our bride tribe t-shirts for the pedal tour. The pedal tavern ended at Midtown and we hung out at local bars there. Saturday we had dinner at Del Frisco’s Grille in the Gulch. After dinner we stopped at popular Nashville murals in The Gulch. We took pictures at a popular wings mural called #WhatLiftsYou. We went to L.A. Jackson rooftop bar, with an amazing view of the city, lots of drinks and dancing. We then took an Uber to broadway and went to Jason Alden’s Kitchen and Rooftop bar to listen to more live country music bands.
Sunday: We had an amazing brunch at The Mockingbird Nashville. We then went to Arrington Vineyards Winery in Arrington, TN. We did a wine tasing and picnic outside by the barn. There was a live band playing blue grass music. This is my favorite winery, it’s beautiful! Sunday night was Netflix and chill at the Airbnb with Chinese takeout from Uber eats :)
Trisha used some amazing companies for her decor & attire, like Keep Life Simple Design on Etsy - great shirts, super comfortable and cute! The girls t-shirts said “Bridetribe” and mine said “Bride”. I wanted a simple but cute design. My sister ordered cute balloons, koozies and bachelorette decor from Amazon.
Trisha said that each girl spent about $1000 on her bachelorette trip!
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