Sofia Richie’s Bachelorette Occasion in Paris | Pictures

Sofia Richie is ringing in her bachelorette week with Champagne, caviar, and some risqué occasion favors. On Oct. 12, the bride-to-be — who introduced her engagement to Elliot Grainge in April — kicked off her bachelorette celebrations with mates in an extravagant lodge room in Paris. “Prepared for one of the best week with my individuals,” Richie captioned a photograph of herself smiling broadly as she stood in an ornate room adorned with classic furnishings, gilded crown molding, and a curtain of pink and silver balloons.

In pictures posted on her Instagram Tales, the mannequin shared an inside take a look at the festivities, which included bountiful glasses of pink wine, S + E flower preparations, and a surprising view of the Eiffel Tower from the lodge room’s balcony. Along with rocking her huge engagement ring for the occasion, Richie additionally threw on a white pullover with a print of the Eiffel Tower and the phrases “Gone Grainge” printed on the again of the sweater. However one of the best equipment had been suggestive occasion favors that left Richie and her mates laughing as they snapped pictures in entrance of the glistening chandelier: fuzzy pink penis headbands.

After having fun with macarons, mini pancakes, and an association of delicate pastries within the form of a marriage ring, Richie and her mates headed out to take pleasure in dinner, together with pasta and baked potatoes topped with copious caviar. As a closing contact, Richie despatched her mates dwelling with rhinestone shot glasses adorned with their initials, saving the “Mrs.” cup and “G” initialed flask as her personal keepsakes to recollect the night by.

With day one down, we won’t wait to see what else Richie has in retailer for her bachelorette trip. See pictures from her lavish journey forward.

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