What I wore: City Chic strappy singlet top, Kmart black skater skirt, ASOS Curve suspended stockings, Target black belt with gold studs. I also wore a black Glasson’s cardigan when it got cold (it was autumn after all!).
We stayed the night at the QT hotel which was wonderful other than the fact that our lovely huge bath tub didn’t work! And I didn’t find out until the early hours of the morning when I came home and wanted to soak my sore feet. I was devastated, and that is mostly because I was a bit drunk.
We started the night at a cocktail class at Little Darlin Bar in Darlinghurst. It was a GREAT class, and such good value, I think it cost us $60 per person for the class and you got 3 extra cocktails after the class ended and some food to nibble on during the class. I would recommend this to the moon and back. It was easy to organise, fun and over all good value.
The manager Francesco (left) was a delight to book with and he made sure everything went smoothly on the night. Yes, I wore a sash and a tiara that said “bride to be” but I put a blanket ban on penis paraphernalia. It’s just not my style!
Later in the evening we met up with the Bachelor party (or bucks night as some call it) at Parlour Lane Roasters – the café for our hotel that turns into the most adorable retro bar on Friday & Saturday nights. There were women dressed in fabulous retro dresses with immaculate victory rolls everywhere. It was heaven!
Dale’s brothers bought him a special floral suit and pink bow tie to wear on the night (I kept saying he looks like some sort of children’s entertainer) and everyone wanted pictures with him. Once we combined the party we moved to my Brother-in-law’s bar for karaoke and spent the night laughing with our friends & family.