Bride-to-be Natalie celebrated her bachelorette party on a cruise ship with 6 of her friends! They cruised with Royal Caribbean and stopped at CocoCay & Nassau, Bahamas. Having a bachelorette cruise is the way to go if you are looking for an easy alternative to bachelorette planning. On a bachelorette cruise you have fun activities to enjoy, endless restaurants, and you wake up in a beautiful destination every day! .--Check out what these ladies did on their cruise ship bachelorette party for some bachelorette planning inspiration!
How they got there:
The bride-to-be and her friends drove together to port of Miami for their cruise vacation and paid to park at the port. This worked great for them as they did not need a flight to get there.
Where they stayed:
Natalie and her bachelorette crew got two connecting rooms for their 3 day weekend cruise. During a cruise bachelorette you have a variety of different room choices. Some of the popular options are an interior room or a room with a balcony.
Decorating cruise cabin tip:
The bride-to-be and her friends decorated their rooms to celebrate the bachelorette party. They had inflatable balloons and letters. When bringing decorations on the ship be mindful of their rules when it comes to decor. Also consider bringing magnets as all the walls are metal. If using tape, be careful to not damage the walls during this process.
What they did:
The great thing about their cruise bachelorette party is they could choose to split up for activities if they wanted, and also hang out together.
Throughout their stay they had their own fun game brought by the MOH, which were scratch off dare cards.
The first day they arrived to the cruise ship and got checked in for their epic bachelorette cruise. The first day of a cruise ship is great for enjoying the restaurants, pool/hot tubs, on board entertainment and activities. The bride-to-be wanted to dress up on her bachelorette cruise and loves disney. They decided to make their own disney night and dress up as disney princesses and go to dinner.
The cruise bachelorette arrived at CocoCay, a private island owned by Royal Carribean. During their stop at Cococay they decided to rent a cabana together. With most cabana rentals it includes food, drinks, snorkel gear, floats, and a private attendant. The private attendant brings food and drinks to you during your time in the cabana! In addition packages will include beach access which is typically its own fee. Bride/to-be Natalie & her friends also enjoyed some music from a playlist curated by the MOH of the bride's favorite tunes, as the cabana included a sound system.
The next stop for their bachelorette party cruise was Nassau, Bahamas. Nassau is a great cruise port to walk around and view their cute shops, explore the city, swim with dolphins and more.