What is your idea of the ultimate girls night out?! Stylist and event coordinator Amo Venter from Amo Creative submitted this totally gorgeous shoot that she conceptualised and coordinated – it just had to be shared. Having stunning images by Lindie Wilton Photography just made it so much more special. Sometimes a bachelorette can get overly complicated and steer away from its purpose, so here with some inspiration and tips to give a bride to be a night out she will treasure forever! This is definitely my idea of the ultimate bachelorette’s!
The three must-do’s for the ultimate girls night
1. Getting all dressed up!
Which girl does not LOVE getting all dolled up in her most special shoes and showing off her prettiest outfits?! A night out with the girls gives you the excuse to do just that – there is no such thing as overdressing for the occasion! getting ready in style is just as important as the going out clothes – The Perfect Match Bridal suplied some stunning Robes for the session whilst Malanie Make Up & Hair did her thing.
2. Spend quality time with your BFF(s)
This starts from the moment that you get ready together. Whether it is getting your hair or make-up done, taking selfies or just engaging. Moments are what ends up in Memories. The gals got ready at Die Laan 40 in Stellenbosch and had loads of fun doing so! The Party dresses were all designed by Stephen van Eeden.
3. Good food
Choose a venue or restaurant with a great atmosphere and good food. Twaalf restaurant in Stellenbosch was the place to be and The Tablecloth Hiring company supplied the linen used for the shoot. The Balloons are from Pretty Crazy Balloon Art.
On the side – giving back
The group of creatives that made this shoot possible is part of a eat charity project where they choose a benefiary to support on an annual basis. they started the Bubbles & Brims project last year (the name may change to fit this years theme). Their goal is to host the ultimate girls night and all proceeds will go toward a girls health and sanitary project at Stellenzicht Secondary School in Stellenbosch in the Western Cape. We feel this is a problem that does not get enough attention and therefor started this project. This year the event will be taking place on 8 September 2018.
Mikayla Ellam was there for the cinematography.
Models: @stellieteleurnie, Zhanique Viljoen and Mbali Mahlangu from eModels South Africa.
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