I’m so excited to share more bachelorette party ideas from my bachelorette party in Nashville!
Where we stayed, what we did and all the must sees & must do’s for a bachelorette party in Nashville or a girls weekend in Nashville! First of all, you need to know we stayed far away from Broadway, didn’t do anything downtown, but still had the best time! So if you’re more into the fun friend time & great photo ops, this is the bachelorette party (or girls trip) for you!
Bachelorette Party Ideas
Where We Stayed:
We actually stayed in Franklin so it was a bit of a drive to get into Nashville. We had only planned to go to Nashville 1 day, but due to our vineyard trip getting rained out we made the drive twice. It wasn’t terrible but it is something to note if you’re wanting to be in Nashville vs. Franklin during your stay.
The place we stayed at was absolutely GORGEOUS though! It was a beautiful Franklin farmhouse Air Bnb! It was next door to the owners house and they were wonderful. They had cows, chickens and a beautiful farm, so I felt right at home!!
What We Did:
Day 1: We of course checked in in the afternoon and my girls had the place already all decorated up and were ready for me with champagne when I arrived! It was such a perfect welcome! We hung out at the house before dinner and then headed to downtown Franklin, Grey’s on Main, for dinner and drinks!
Day 2: Brunch at the Graduate at the White Limozeen rooftop was the #1 to-do item! We had to hang at the Dolly bar! Brunch was wonderful, the drinks were so fun and the atmosphere and photo ops are perfect for a bachelorette party or a girls weekend! So we did brunch there when it opened and then headed to the Marriott for an afternoon at the spa! We then went home and did takeout and drinks at home and then watched Father of the Bride on a projector outside! It was so perfect and dreamy!
Day 3: We kicked off the day with a PJ lingerie brunch at the house that was PERFECT! The house had a little side porch that the girls decorated up adorably and it was so fun! Mimosas and all the yummy brunch food made for the perfect morning at the house. Later, we had planned to do Arrington Vineyards but when we woke up it was gloomy and rainy. Not ideal for an afternoon at a vineyard. So we did a change of plans and went back into Nashville and did drinks, bowling and dinner at Pinewood Social. We hung out there for hours and had the best time!!
All The Details:
The theme was Katie’s Last Rodeo so it was very cowboy/cowgirl themed with the giant Rhinestone Cowgirl balloon, pink party hats, Boot Scootin’ Bach koozies and Howdy thermos mugs! They were such fun touches and I love that I have the koozies and mug to remember the weekend by!
Tips if You Want to Do a Similar Trip:
- If you want to stay at the farmhouse – definitely plan more outings in Franklin vs. Nashville unless you have a DD or don’t care to pay a little more for Ubers. Franklin still has AWESOME places to eat and shop.
- You’ll need reservations for White Limozeen! I think they start taking them 30 days in advance. Put a reminder in your phone and call immediately! It’s a new, super busy place, so if you have a big crew, get a reservation!
- Don’t feel like you need to be out and about all the time! We spent some amazing, quality time at the house. You can do a fire at night, takeout, brunch, drinks, etc. all at the house! We truly had the best time just hanging together!
What are some of your favorite bachelorette party ideas? Let me know in a comment below!