One of my best friends since high school is getting married in LESS THAN A MONTH. We celebrated this past weekend by taking a little trip to Gruene, Texas- home of the oldest dance hall.We drove up Friday evening after catching up with our out of town guests (eee friends!). We stayed in the cutest little place right next to the Comal river called Comal Inn. I wish I had gotten photos of the decorations because we threw them up as quick as possible before the bride showed up in the other car- penis balloons and banners included. Because, you know, we’re 25 and it’s a bachelorette party. You can’t skip.
The next morning we woke up bright and early and headed to the river to FLOAT. This was honestly my favorite thing of the weekend because we were all stuck together on the river- joined by the float with the cooler of beer- and were forced to relax. I did fly out of my tube during some of the rapids, but I was left relatively unscathed. Thankfully. It felt so good in the Texas heat to swim in that cold water, let me tell you. AND we wore tattoos. Cause’ why not.
After tubing, we relaxed in our little cottage and snacked on quesadillas before getting ready for the night! We ate dinner at The Gristmill restaurant and sweated our booties off. So much sweat. But the sun eventually set and we rallied, walking around town with the bride in her beautiful (DIYed) sash! We ended the night at Gruene hall exchanging stories of crazy nights and good times while listening to the band in the background. We topped it off with ice cream cones and then passed OUT.
Whitney was the most celebrated bachelorette in GRUENE!