My Bridal Party planned me an epic 5-day, 4-night Bachelorette Party in Miami filled with boating, pool parties, beaches and dancing until.. well later than I’m normally up. Miami was a perfect playground for an unbelievable celebration and we created so many epic memories with the array of activities it has to offer. I’ll share the details below:

Day 1: Welcome to Miamiii
After a 6 hour flight from Seattle we finally made it to the Airbnb and were greeted by my amazing Maid of Honors who had decked out our spot in “Rocky’s last Disco” decor (pics below). Our place had a beautiful back yard and pool area so we decided to do dinner at the house night one for everyone to get to know eachother and relax. This set the tone for trip and allowed everyone to get settled in, unpacked, and a good night of rest for packed day 2! If you have time we had some really fun bachelorette games planned but everyone was having so much fun catching up that we didn’t even end up opening them.

Day 2: Sun, Sea, SEXYFISH
We had a light breakfast at the house and drove to South Beach to have an amazing lunch at the Serena Rooftop.  We then headed to the marina nearby to set sail on a private yacht charter (highlight of the trip). We made margarita’s, did a two hour cruise  city view cruise and anchored to swim in the 80 degree turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean. If we could stayed out on the water all day I think all of us would have but we had EPIC dinner plans at Sexyfish in Brickell that evening. If you are going to Miami you have to put this restaurant on your list, it is a true experience: the vibes are immaculate and the fresh seafood is to die for. If you stay there long enough a DJ comes out and starfish start dancing… can’t make this stuff up. We did a glitz and glam theme this night which was on point for the restaurant aesthetic. We ended up staying there longer then expected so we didn’t go out in Brickell as planned, but if we did we would have gone to Better Days or the bar at Level 25. We did a little walk around town instead and loved the feel of Brickell, I’ll definitely be going back next time I’m in Miami.

Day 3: Sunsets and Salsa
We started the day with another late breakfast at home (time change, okay ;)).After that we got ready to head to Strawberry Moon for the cutest pink pool party. There was a DJ and we ended up getting a cabana to hangout at which was definitely the move, this ended up being another highlight for sure. We hungout there for hours sippin’ Pina Coladas, taking cute pics with the aesthetic setup, making friends and V.I.B.I.N.G.
We went back to the house to get ready for “Miami Vice” night and a sunset dinner at Baia Beach Club. The food was pretty good but they had amazing water/city views and delicious espresso martinis so all in all 8/10. After that we went to the famous Ball and Chain for some late night live music and latin dancing. We had the best time and everyone learned a new move or 10… I actually think my sister in law learned more in one day than I have in ten lessons, ha! We called it a night when I literally could not wear my heels any longer and headed back to Brickell.

Day 4: South Beach All Day
Day four was our last full day in Miami so we decided to meet it with yet another late breakfast at home. Everyone was hurting from our night out dancing so we took it slow and had a little morning in. After breakfast we did a Lingerie Party. The girls all picked me out a favorite piece to open and then all wrote down a name for the outfit for the Lingerie Menu, can’t share deets but this was so much fun.
We got ready for the beach after and rented a cabana right on South Beach and relaxed in the sun until dinner. For dinner we did an all pink theme and left for the Mandrake. This was supposed to be a burlesque dinner but in all honesty it a bit disappointing. There was about 3 minutes of dancing total no joke. We ended up making the most of it and had a fun dinner but if you’re here for a bach trip I’d look for a different dinner and show situation and just stop here for a drink.

Day 5: Farewell, Miami
We had late flights on Sunday and everyone needed a little R&R after checkout so we headed to the Confidant and rented a cabana to hangout at for the day. We were able to check our luggage in for the 4 hours that we were there and get food and drinks by the pool to soak in the  last bit of the sun and palms.

Notes: We stayed in the Brickell neighborhood but drove to South Beach for activities everyday. Brickell is so cute and we loved it, but if we were to do it again we all agreed it would have been more convenient to stay in South Beach! The other tip I have is that if you are going for a bachelorette party get in touch with a promoter, you can get tables and hook-ups at all the clubs and pool parties, but we didn’t know this and booked everything in advance. You can definitely save money by booking in person day of, as long as it’s not a crazy busy day (probably Saturdays).

Link to full itinerary in Canva



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