The past few months I’ve been on bridesmaid duty. When my dear friend, Lucy first asked me to be one of her bridesmaids, I was nervous… like REALLY nervous. I mean, I know absolutely nothing about weddings! But luckily, thanks to Luce’s amazing organising skills and bubbly personality, helping out has been such a breeze…
My major responsibility was to put together the bachelorette celebrations. Lucy being both a fabulous lady and a mean party girl, I decided to do it in 2 parts:
- An afternoon pamper party
- A night out on the town
For part 1 – the lovely ReyJeane from ReyJeane Salon & Spa in Mouille Point hooked me up by offering us her gorgeous salon for the afternoon.
The ladies attending got to choose between a mini mani, a mini pedi or a luxurious hair treatment & blowdry. Or hey, even all 3 if your heart so desired – which is exactly what we organised for our “bride to be” to ensure she got the full pamper experience.
I only had to bring in my own champers, because food wise they also had us totally covered with decadent French snacks from Cédric, a French pastry chef who shares part of the premises with ReyJeane.
All the food went down like a treat. I really couldn’t believe the amazing quality taking the prices into account. Normally regte egte French goodies like these would set you back way more.
Then this has nothing to do with anything, but there was a lady in the store that had the cutest ugly doggie! (I loooooove ugly doggies – the uglier they are, the more I want to cuddle them)
The pamper party was a great success. We all left there looking beautiful and ready for the big night ahead. A huge thanks to ReyJeane and her ladies & gents for letting us take over the place for the afternoon. And also to Cédric for the amazing food.
I would highly recommend this to any other bridesmaids out there who are stuck with ideas. Or even if you just want to organise a bit of a girls get-together. Every girl can do with more pampering right.
PS. I’ll tell you all about “part 2″ in my next post.