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One Year Ago: Queen of Hearts

February 9, 2012

Previous Posts in this series:
One Year Ago: Vegas Baby!
One Year Ago: Bridal Shower
One Year Ago: Leavin’ on a Jet Plane
One Year Ago: Champagne and Sequins
One Year Ago: Saturday Exploring and a Show at the hotel piano bar…

After stirring up trouble in the hotel piano bar, we headed up to our room to get changed and ready for the big night out.

The theme for this night was Queen of Hearts. I was instructed to wear a red dress, and all the girls wore black dresses with red and gold accessories. This was such a refreshing change to the hot pink and black that is so typical of bachelorette parties. Big props to my girls for doing something different, and something so Vegas!

And what’s a Bachelorette party without fun accessories for the bride? These girls took the theme to the max and gifted me with the most gorgeous sash I have ever seen! Also a crown, and a scepter that had queen of heart playing cards on it.

Accessories part one

Accessories part two

last but not least, the gorgeous bachelorette sash!

Officially a Vegas Bachelorette ready for a fun night out!

We had a champagne toast of course and took some pics at the hotel before jumping in a cab and taking off to our first stop of the night. We were unable to fit in a trip to the famous Vegas sign in the daylight, and thought it would have been fun to get our picture taken with the sign when we were dressed up for the biggest theme night.

Fabulous Vegas with Fabulous Friends

After we took group and individual pictures at the sign, we once again got in cabs and headed over to the Venetian. We were early for our dinner reservations, so we took some time and walked around the Venetian, taking in the sights in the shops and the lovely canal. The ceiling here was absolutely unbelievable; it really felt like you were outside!

Inside the Venetian

Canal inside the Venetian

strolling around the Venetian before dinner

We had dinner reservations at TAO, and had plans to go to the club upstairs at TAO after dinner. After seeing so many celebrities party here, I was so stoked to check it out.

Dinner at Tao

Happy Bachelorette 🙂

Some of the best friends a girl could ask for!

We got seated at a table that was near a main walkway in the restaurant, so we had many visitors stopping by with well wishes and offering to buy us drinks. Everyone thought their dinner was fantastic, and after we had cleaned our plates and polished off our wine glasses, we got banded and headed upstairs to the club!

Sign outside Tao

From the balcony at Tao

On the dance floor at Tao

I’ll be honest here; there are very few pictures of the rest of our night. Partly because our group got separated at one point, and partly because we were having too much fun to stop and take pictures! Here are a few that I thought I would share though. One from the Chandelier bar inside the Cosmopolitan, another of part of our group outside by the pools at Marquee in the Cosmopolitan, and the last picture is a little glimpse at the skyline that surrounded us while we had cocktails outside by the pools at Marquee.

Chandelier bar inside the Cosmopolitan

Outside by the pools at Marquee

View from the Pools at Marquee

Next up: Sunday Funday!


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