Thursday, June 1, 2017

Buzzed with the Happy Hour Honeys: Wedding Special

In this Wedding Special, we discuss all things bridal! Take a listen for our bachelorette and wedding dos and don'ts plus two of the best wedding stories of all time (sorry again, Jessica).

NSFW cuz wine makes us swear. Enjoy!



A Visual Guide to the Wedding Special:

Bachelorette Party Destinations



Leslie's Vegas Bachelorette by Night

Kel's NYC Bachelorette


Bachelorette Party Activities

Coin game = getting tricked by your friends into thinking these guys had a "drug dog"


It might appear we're drinking in this floor dancing class... but trust us, we were not drinking enough.

To Match or Not To Match?

Sparkle Dresses for Katie's Bach

Vying for a place on the pole. Move boring girls in black.

We are Narcissists (Who Throw Damn Good Weddings)

Dance Party at Kel's Wedding

Por Que No? Taco Bar at Katie's Wedding

Teeny Tiny Baby Bouquets

Boys, stop drinking water and make sure the father-of-the-bride gets home safe!

The Gang Goes to a Wedding


Photo from the room... see wedding party blur on the lawn.

Oh, hi Katie.

Vodka in the presents...

Vodka in the bathroom!

Yeah, we had a bit to drink... and also just love each other a lot.

How Carol Got Her Groove Back

A Lovely Couple

Peach Orchard Engagement Photoshoot

Tractor

Oh, were you trying to take romantic sunset pics? Us too!

Bartender's Choice: Misc. Wedding Things

 A Toast by Kel/A Public Shaming of Doug

Leslie's Reception. That's right, they gave us a mic.

 Pro tip: do not chug champagne on a bus coming home from your rehearsal dinner.

SUPER BONUS: Our Real First Bachelorette Ever

Somehow we neglected this story in this episode, but our first bachelorette party ever was when we were in college. Katie made a veil, we bought a $6 ring at Fred Meyer, and we went to Greek Cuisina in downtown Portland. Best way to get free drinks, but also real awkward when you run into a "coworker" from where you're interning.

P.S. The veil was worn at all of our bachelorette parties and Les wore the ring in Vegas. The most common reaction to that canary yellow cubic zirconia monstrosity: "Wow, your fiance must be so rich!"

Breaking plates and getting ouzo poured in my mouth (16 seconds!) at the now-closed Greek Cuisina.

That's right, I got a shirt.

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