The llamas carried some of our water and led the way. I've been to Garden of the Gods and was expecting to go through the paved and manicured paths, but we went up into the hills behind the main area.
There weren't as many people up in the hills on the trail, but the ones we did see were interested to see a bridal party that involved llamas.
The bride wore a sash that said "Bride To Be" and the rest of us had pins that said "Team Bride." I found these things at Michael's in their wedding section.
The hike was really beautiful. There were some gorgeous viewpoints of the rocks.
We hiked to an area with picnic tables and got out our lunches from a car we'd parked nearby. The llamas were tied up nearby and were a source of interest for everyone going by. After our lunch we hiked back through the main area to where we'd parked our car.
When we got back to the cars, we went to a house where, with a lot of help, I'd gotten decorations, food, and drinks to celebrate with a few more people than could make it on the hike. It was sort of a combo bridal shower/bachelorette party, but it was fun.
Have you ever done a bachelorette party that's been out of the norm?