[caption id="attachment_2628" align="aligncenter" width="240" caption="Sitting outside in the District"][/caption] I am always on the hunt for new and unique things to do.  My friend (and co-worker!), Kori, is getting married in a few weeks and we wanted to have a fun, but different, bachelorette party. As I mentioned earlier this week, a group of ten girls gathered together to celebrate Kori's upcoming nuptials.  We started our evening with a yummy dinner in the Carmel Arts & Design District (we chose Muldoon's - they have reasonably priced items on their menu AND a full bar).  We ate outside and enjoyed the warm weather while we chatted over good food and several glasses of wine (for those of you readers who know I am expecting - no worries, I stuck to water). [caption id="attachment_2627" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Outside shot of PillowTalk"][/caption] After dinner, we strolled down to PillowTalk.  The owner, Rachel, was expecting our arrival - and she definitely took care of us!  We arrived to a spread of fresh fruit, a veggie tray, chips and dip, cookies, bottled water, cokes and tons of wine!  Rachel, always eager to take care of her customers, introduced someone she brought in to give us all hand & arm massages and explained the store to the girls that have never visited - a high end, yet affordable, couture lingerie shop.  After introductions, we all parted ways - some shopped, some chatted, some ran over for their hand massage. The night was a BLAST!  It was just a great, fun bachelorette party - perfect for those who want to stay in the Central Indiana area, and don't want to spend the evening out on the town.  We all got to talk, toast Kori and try on fun things.  There is a fee for the party - but it was TOTALLY worth it. For more details on bachelorette parties at PillowTalk in Carmel, visit the website or call Rachel at (317) 574-8990.