Bachelorette party invites by Flapperdoodle on Etsy.
One of the most enjoyable parts of being Maid of Honor was preparing Stephanie’s bachelorette party. I don’t have space to hold an event in my little apartment, and instead of a crazy weekend out of town, or reserving a table or room at a noisy, crowded restaurant, I called on a contact I had met at Sur La Table who hosts private, four-or-five course meals in their “underground supper club.”
So, our little group of ten got all fancied up and met at an undisclosed location, and the night began! Unfortunately, the low light made it really hard to snap photos. I did manage to get one grainy cell phone shot with the lady of honor!
We had an amazing Indian themed meal made from local ingredients.
- Curried deviled eggs
- Kale salad with feta and apples
- Chicken tikka masala with rice
- Peach strawberry crumble
Stephanie wasn’t feeling well that night, so all in all, a low-key (but so fancy!!) dinner party was just what the Dr. ordered, as opposed to a crazy night out on the town. Truly, the gourmet meal, funky and eclectic setting, wonderful service, and good friends made it a night to remember.
Hoping everyone was inspired by our chef, I sent the girls home with a “supper themed” gift bag containing a fabulous glittery paring knife, sweet treat (courtesy of our hosts), and a few recipe cards.
It’s so hard to believe this was already three weeks ago! Where does the time go?