Simar’s Super Bachelorette Bash in Spain
Sunny Spanish beaches, singing competitions, and strong bonds between bride-to-be Simar and her besties resulted in a blissful bachelorette trip.
A well-planned bachelorette bash is exactly what Simar wanted from the start and she ensured the trip was an unforgettable experience, be it the gift boxes for her best friends to exciting itineraries in two of Spain’s most charming cities.
All set to tie the knot in December this year, Simar set her sights on an unforgettable bachelorette bash in Spain. Indulging in one last all-out, wild excursion with her pack of eight besties, the bride made the most of her bachelorette trip! There was so much to see and do in the beautiful cities of Malaga and Marbella. With a wishlist that included visiting blissful beaches, evening parties and unforgettable adventures, the girls put together an itinerary that included the best of Spain.
Simar shares, “In Marbella, we relished lunches and dinners by the beach, evening drinks at the Belvue Rooftop Bar, and finishing the night with some classic ‘Antakshri’ (singing competition) sessions at the beach lounge bar. It is hard to choose one memorable moment from this trip because there were so many but if I had to pick one, it would be when we all shared what we liked about one another on this particular night. There were so many tears and a lot of laughter! Nightclubs, drinks, food, and places are all secondary as love and emotions always take over.”
To make this girl trip extra special for her squad, Simar surprised her friends with a gift box. She adds, ”Each bridesmaid received a ‘Thank You’ box from me the night before we flew to Spain. The box contained a pair of beautiful Punjabi ‘Juttis’ (flat ethnic shoes), a bottle of Moet, and a tikka set along with a few naughty items. I got the ‘Juttis’ made by a company called ‘Tradition Meets Trends’ in India who were extremely accommodating and offered fast delivery and excellent quality. For the additional hen party props, I handed the girls beautiful t-shirts designed to coordinate their look at the airport. The games and other props were purchased from Etsy and Ann Summers.”