bachelorette party day 3: sf

June 6th, 2010

The final day of the trip was jam packed, but SOO much fun. If there’s such a thing as too much fun this day would be it. We went from fun-filled colorful by day to classy sexy by night to pajama romping slumber party by late-night.

After a long night of partying at Infusion Lounge only half the girls made it to breakfast. I was not one of them; the thought of food made me want to yack so I steered clear of solids til lunch. After distributing feather boas we headed out to the Fisherman’s Wharf to start our segway tour with City Segway Tours. I have to say I LOVE riding segways. Why have I not discovered it til now and why do I not have one of my own?!? If you have not tried riding one you must do so asap. After a short learning curve you and the segway will become one. It’s really an indescribable feeling.

Watching a short instructional video. Love the colors? Dress code for this portion was black tops (jackets) and blue jeans.

Getting trained.

Free riding on the pier. What a beautiful SF day.

All the gals pointing to me.

Admiring the SF skyline.

Group jump with the Golden Gate bridge behind us.

Segwaying thru the mean streets of SF.

Group hug.

We got a ton of compliments on our feather boas. People were snapping photos and videotaping us like we were a tourist attraction. Traces of us were left all over the city. The tour company even requested that we send our group photos to them to feature on their site.

Footwear by day.

Footwear by night.

For the main attraction we headed out to Asia SF for dinner and entertainment. Don’t we all look great in our coordinated outfits and veiled hair pieces? We got a shout-out over the mic for our veils. Go US! Dress code was…you guessed it–black dresses while I wore red to stand out.

Don’t these ladies look HOT?!?

Customized menu for the evening.

It may have been my party, but you still couldn’t take the camera away from me. I promise not to have one at the wedding though. =) oh…my dress is from Zac Posen for Target. I love the ruffles on it!

A tribute to KimChi.

Sitting in the hot seat on stage. Somebody save me!

This is the raciest photo I am willingly, publicly sharing. The look on my face is begging for help/mercy but the audience, seen in the mirrors, (half being my group of gals) are just laughing and enjoying me being tortured on stage!

Me and Chloe at the end of the show. Thank goodness (s)he was nice to me.

Me with many other bachelorettes.

A closer shot of some of the veils.

Me with my bridesmaids.

Group shot.

Ended the night back in the hotel room in our pj’s for some hilarious games.

Back in Long Beach.

I would like to send out a heartfelt thanks to all the ladies who made it out to my bachelorette party weekend. Every one of you made it so special and memorable for me–I am truly blessed. I will cherish the time we spent together and hold dear all the memories we created. Nothing can break the bond we kindled that weekend. I can’t remember when a memory would bring a wide smile to my face like this. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

A very special thanks goes out to my dear sister and bridesmaid, KimChi, who did an awesome job orchestrating everything. When I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING. It takes a ton of effort to coordinate a trip for 16 girls to multiple cities with multiple events, outfits, transportation, dinners, arrival/departure times, expenses, etc. The list just goes on. All the while raising 2 kids and planning part of rob’s bachelor party. Everything ran so smoothly and I did not have to worry about a single thing. Love you–muah!

bachelorette party sneak peek

May 25th, 2010

I had the time of my life with these lovely ladies. More on that later. For now…just a sneak peek at the fun we had.

Napa Gals

Segwaying around SF gals