Girls just wanna have fun!
Ashley Tisdale kicked off her bachelorette party Thursday by traveling from L.A. to Miami. "Off to a very exciting weekend," the actress, 28, tweeted May 15. Joined by a gaggle of girlfriends, including her High School Musical co-star Vanessa Hudgens, the bride-to-be took South Beach by storm.
The Buzzy star, who got engaged to musician Christopher French in August 2013, wore a pink sash emblazoned with the word "Bachelorette" as they ventured out Thursday night. Actress Kim Hidalgo shared group photon Instagram and added caption, "Five blondes and a brunette walk into a bar..."
Tisdale and co. played a naughty party game during dinner Friday. "Best friends say such nice things," actress Shelley Buckner wrote in an Instagram caption. "@ashleytisdale bachelorette turn up!!" Later that night, Tisdale and her pals headed to LIV nightclub, where they were seen dancing the night away.
Saturday was more low-key, as French's fiancée spent the day sunbathing on a yacht. Some of the girls paddle boarded and rode jet skis, though Tisdale and Hudgens stayed on deck. At one point, the group held hands and jumped into the ocean. "We took the plunge," Hidalgo wrote in an Instagram caption.
Tisdale's troupe headed home Sunday. "Miami it's been real," the Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure star wrote in an Instagram caption. "Also thanks to my cousin for letting me borrow his boat all weekend."
This was Hudgens' first bachelorette party. "It's so exciting," she recently told People, adding that she didn't have a hand in planning Tisdale's last fling before the ring. "It's so crazy because I just think of us as having fun and being silly, and the fact that she is getting married, my mind is kind of exploding."
Tisdale has yet to reveal her wedding date, but rest assured, plans are well underway. "I have a wedding planner so that's a lot easier," she told E! News last year. "I'm definitely a perfectionist, so I'm definitely involved with certain things that you'd think I'd be relaxed on. I just want it to be perfect."