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bachelorette party essentials: one last nod to neon.

this weekend, i'm hopefully* headed southeast to alabama for my bachelorette party!

bachelorette parties are serious business. you've got dancing. you've got drinks. you've got festivities upon festivities. throw the beach into the mix & you've got quite an event to plan & pack for, in order to stay safe, sun savy, & hydrated. and with labor day signaling the end of summer-time fashion, i thought it'd be fitting to give summer one last wave goodbye with a neon-focused look. 

below are my picks for surviving a sun- & sand-filled fete.
bachelorette party essentials: one last nod to neon.

not only will the girls & myself be celebrating this weekend, but justin & his guys will be soaking up the rays & going out on the town for his bachelor party in myrtle beach, south carolina! be on the look-out for a recap of both events week after next. next week, i have some great guest posts from some of my favorite bloggers lined up - don't miss it!

here's to a beachy keen weekend!

*that is, if hurricane isaac doesn't throw a wrench into our plans.

read our engagement story here.

link- up: wedding wednesday \ something charming


Eeck! So fun! I'll be praying for good weather for you all!
Loving the neon!
Tiffany said…
So much fun! Can't wait to read all about it!
I hope you have so much fun time!! It's such a great time to get away and spend time with your girls. :)
Nicole said…
Have so much fun!
his little lady said…
how perfect and exciting!!! loving all of this neon. kind of sad i never got on this bandwagon now. all of these are perfect!
xo TJ
siddathornton said…
These are so cute! Are you planning on playing any games? I find this is a lovely little souvenir, personally: but I am a bit cheesy

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My name is Lauren. I am 29 years old. Here are a few random factoids about me & my life...
- I'm originally from Louisiana, but I live in North Carolina with my husband, Justin. We aren't from New Orleans. Every time we tell someone we're from Louisiana, this is immediately what they assume. We actually come from a town in northwest Louisiana - Shreveport - which may as well be Texas, it's so close to the state line.
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