I've known exactly where I wanted to have my bachelorette since, honestly, before I got engaged.
I have been a Disney freak since I was a little kid. I love Disney movies. I definitely love Disneyland.
I'm also really not that big of a traditional partier. I'm picky with my drinks (I'm a member at Peju and that's pretty much all I drink), clubs and loud bars give me anxiety, and I just generally don't love to go out getting smashed.
Can't a girl just want a laid back situation?
My Maid and Matron of Honor made magic happen - literally. They planned my entire Disneyland bachelorette to perfection.
I wanted to deep dive into the details from the house, the decor, the parks, down to my outfits so that if you're 1) curious or 2) planning a Disneyland bachelorette of your own, you've got the scoop.
My Maid of Honor found the most AMAZING house in the Anaheim area for rental - it was only a seven minute drive from the parks! We kept it easy and just called Lyfts to get to and from the parks each day.
I had a whopping 12 attendees for my #bagelorette, so we needed a good amount of space (and a lot of bathrooms). I loved that the house had a pool and hot tub as well - honestly the entire situation made for a great hangout spot.
In terms of decor, it was honestly a bloggers paradise. BALLOONS. POOL FLOATIES. GLITTER BANNERS. WINE TUMBLERS. I am still obsessed looking back at the pics. Everything was kept to a black, white, and rose gold/pink color scheme. Very on brand.
For favors, my maids knocked it out of the park. Each girl was gifted a personalized wine tumbler, a set of ears for the parks, and some slipper socks. We also had one of the girls give everyone JAMMIES. Ugh I wish I snapped jammie photos - we were all so cute in the matching black and pink pj situation.
When planning the Disneyland bachelorette, we mulled over what made the most sense in terms of schedule and tickets. Ultimately we decided to purchase two day, one park per day tickets. I really am not that big of a fan of California Adventure, but it's definitely a more "adult" theme park and everyone loved the food. We did CA the first day and spent the second day at Disneyland.
I highly recommend getting the Max Pass if you're planning a Disneyland bachelorette. It was seriously so convenient to be able to book rides via the app!
I kept my bachelorette looks fairly simple. Honestly - I'm all about practicality. Ya'll already know I'm very pro capsule wardrobe.
For daytime at the parks I opted for jeans and tees. I found an adorable Disney bride tee on ETSY that I'm so glad I bought - it was so cute in photos!
We did "go out" one night for dinner and I did something I rarely ever do - wore a dress. Honestly I'm just not huge on dresses. They're like, a little fussy for me (gotta keep your legs crossed like a lady and all). The sparkle dress is unfortunately old from Zara so I can't link for you guys. My clutch is custom from this website.
Okay it's late, I'm tired - I hope I didn't forget anything.
Hit me up in the comments below if you have any Qs or if you're planning your own Disneyland bachelorette!
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