Parties at PillowTalk in the Carmel Arts & Design District
Friday, September 24, 2010 by Hamilton County Tourism
[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. Â 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. Â 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). Â 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. Â The owner, Rachel, was expecting our arrival - and she definitely took care of us! Â We arrived to a spread of fresh fruit, a veggie tray, chips and dip, cookies, bottled water, cokes and tons of wine! Â 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. Â After introductions, we all parted ways - some shopped, some chatted, some ran over for their hand massage. The night was a BLAST! Â 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. Â We all got to talk, toast Kori and try on fun things. Â 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.