My Bachelorette Party Details!

bachelorette party clocktower denver

Oh my goodness you guys. My bachelorette party was so much fun! I went with the best girls and we had a blast. It was also so tiring! I think we walked 17,000 steps in one day. My feet are still recovering. We did everything from a baseball game to hiking the Flatirons in Boulder!

Thursday Ghost Tour

Everyone flew in on Thursday and my Maid of Honor, Jessica, set up the Airbnb and party space for the weekend (she did an amazing job by the way!) She had super fun balloons, confetti, photo props a freaking PINATA, and tons of snacks to munch on at 2am.

That evening we went to dinner at a Mexican restaurant downtown followed by an awesome bar hop ghost tour around Denver. We met up at an Irish pub that used to be part of a huge network of, ahem, brothels. Apparently Denver was founded on booze and prostitution based on the history I learned. After that, we went to a few other places, and no Mom, I didn’t drink at each one! We ended at Union Station where our tour guide pulled back a rug on the floor to reveal a grate that you could see through. He shown a flash through it and there was a dusty old chair sitting on the floor below us. Its illegal to remove the chair because city officials are concerned there’s a spirit of a child attached to it. So there it sits. FREAKY!

Friday Hiking

So note-to-self: hiking in Denver means something totally different than in Texas. We booked a hiking excursion to Boulder, CO in the Flatirons. First of all, it’s gorgeous up there! I could have stayed. But a hike TO the Flatirons is harder than I would have thought. We went on a 4 hour, mostly uphill hike. It was 3.5 miles long. It was the most exhausting thing I’ve ever done!

hiking in flatirons

My cousin skipped out on this little adventure so Jessica, Laila, Erica and I braved the trail with our tour group. It was absolutely beautiful up there. The air smelled amazing and we even saw a chipmunk! Darn those things are cute! We got back down the mountain slowly but surely. We’ve never been so sore! We were all covered in dirt and couldn’t get in the shower fast enough when we got back to our Airbnb.

That evening we went to a winery that was fantastic and had the best cheese board and wine flights. I discovered that both my cousin and I are passionate about cheese. Must run in the family. We also went to a Colorado Rockies game! I was so proud I resisted the temptation to eat all of the ballpark food ever!

Saturday Celebration

Saturday we went and toured the Hammonds Candy Factory and it smelled amazing! Like wow. Sugar in the air! After that we started prepping for the evening’s festivities.

We went to the Ella Bliss Beauty Bar and were pampered with the best pedicures ever and lots of rose (courtesy of my cousin!) I honestly could have stayed there all day. Highly recommend if you’re ever in Denver! After pedicures, we went downtown to 16th Street Mall for some shopping and dinner before heading back to the Airbnb to begin our night around town!

We seriously had so much fun and I can’t thank my friends enough for coming! And no, I will not be hiking again for awhile. Haha!

Our Personalized Guest Book from Purple Trail!

wedding guest book

Eeek! I’m so excited to share another sneak peek of our wedding details! I teamed up with to create this really beautiful wedding guest book for our guests to sign on our big day. For our wedding day, I didn’t want to go over the top with personalized details because it’s overwhelming to manage and its just another stress-inducing thing for me to handle. However, small touches like a personalized wedding guest book can be a really nice addition to the big day.

personalized wedding guest book

purple trail wedding book

A really neat thing you can do to customize your guest book is add custom pages! Believe it or not, this isn’t expensive to do and it makes signing a guest book more of an experience. We chose to do a fun page where people sign their names, offer advice, three words that describe us, and their wishes for us. You can even add a picture in the corner of . I chose a photo of David proposing to me!

Guest books are such an important part of a wedding day because they preserve the memory of everyone that was there to celebrate with you. And 50 years later you can look back at everyone who was there and appreciate that special moment in time frozen in your book! How wonderful is that?! I highly recommend browsing Purple Trail’s guest book selection. Even the cover was totally customized. If you’re getting married, enjoy every moment and detail of wedding planning! And if you’re not, share Purple Trail with someone you know who is!


*this post was sponsored. all opinions are my own.