Miami Bachelorette: Cheers Beaches!

When it came time for bride-to-be Rose to celebrate her bachelorette party, she knew she wanted a beach destination. After a close race between Miami and Mexico, the girls finally decided a trip to Miami Beach was the spot for them - and we agree! Between the beautiful beaches, fantastic food and ever-popular nightclubs, Miami is a great spot for any bachelorette to spend her last fling. 

Miami Bachelorette Party RecapRose and her besties on the beach in matching tanks and fiesta flower crowns

The Weekend Itinerary 
What They Did

Rose and her I Do Crew made the most of their time in Miami by packing in a beach day, pool time, delicious dinners and plenty of cocktails. 

Friday
• Morning - Arrive in Miami and head to the Fontainebleau
• Afternoon - Drinks poolside at the Fontainbleau (Pro Tip: Order cocktails by the pitcher to save some $$$!) 
• Evening - Dinner reservations at Bolivar with live music 
• Night - Bars on Washington Ave. 

Saturday
• Morning - Brunch at Cecconi's (the favorite meal of the trip!)
• Day - Private cabanas and relaxing on the beach! 
• Afternoon - Drinks, lingerie shower and games at the hotel while getting ready
• Evening - Dinner at Baoli
• Night - Drinks at Bleau Bar and out to LIV

Sunday
•  Brunch, pool and head home! 

Miami Bachelorette Party Recap

The girls kept it classy in all black (except the bride-to-be, of course!) while enjoying dinner at Baoli

The Bachelorette Pad
Where They Stayed

Rose and her Bride Tribe bunked up at the FontaineBleau Miami Beach. The hotel's central location, amazing pool and trendy bar made it an ideal spot for the group. In total, the girls booked five junior suites to accommodate their group of 17.

FontaineBleau Miami Beach
www.fontainebleau.com/
(2 nights for ~$400/person; 5 girls per room)


Miami Bachelorette Party Recap

The girls booked five Junior Suites at the FontaineBleau Miami 

The Budget Breakdown
What They Paid

Wondering what you need to budget for a fabulous bachelorette weekend like Rose's? Take a peek at some of the costs below for a starting point. 

Total Weekend Cost: $615 per person
17 total attendees; Flights, drinks and some meals not included 

•  Hotel Suites (2 nights) - $400/person
•  Saturday Brunch & Dinner - $150/person
•  Beach Cabana Rental - $35/person 
•  Favors & Decorations - $30/person

Miami Bachelorette Party RecapBride-to-be Rose and bridesmaid Mallory in the hotel room before heading out! 

The Party Favors 
How They Accessorized 

It's not a bachelorette party without some bride tribe bling! Rose and her bride tribe coordinated all weekend long in adorable outfits with cute accessories we know y'all will love. 

•  Cheers Beaches! tank tops (similar - $22.95 each)
•  Flower Crowns (Alamo Fiesta - $3.95 each)
•  Monogrammed RTIC Tumblers (OneStopEngraving - $17+ each)
•  Tassel Garland (similar - $30 each)
•  Custom Banner (AllHerGlory - $20)
•  Flamingo Drink Floaties (similar - $9 for 3-pack)
•  Swan Drink Floaties (Amazon - $9 for 3-pack)
•  Custom Snap Chat Filter (WhiskeyPearl - $10)

Miami Bachelorette Party Recap
Brunch at  Cecconi's - one of the favorite meals of the trip! 
 

The Round Up
Where They Ate, Drank & Celebrated

Finding great restaurants and hotels can be tough! Here's a round up of some of the spots Rose and her I Do Crew recommend from her bachelorette bash. 

•  Hotel - Fontainebleau (www.fontainebleau.com)
•  Dinner - Bolivar (www.bolivarmiamibeach.com)
•  Dinner - Baoli (www.baolimiami.com)
•  Brunch - Cecconi's (www.cecconismiamibeach.com)
•  Drinks - Bleau Bar (www.fontainebleau.com)
•  Club - LIV Night Club (www.livnightclub.com)

Miami Bachelorette Party Recap
Rose and her besties poolside. Pro Tip: Try ordering cocktails by the pitchers to save some moola!

Have you been to a bachelorette party in Miami? What were your favorite things to do? Share below in the comments! 
Jenny Van Der Kar

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