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Find out How Avery Singer Played a Role in Lindsay Hubbard’s Recent Revamped Bachelorette Trip
Find out how the RHONY kid helped bring Lindsay to her "happy place" during her getaway with her BFFs.
Go inside the vacation and find out why Avery was involved by scrolling below!
Avery Singer Helped Plan Part of Lindsay Hubbard's Trip
Though Lindsay's trip was no longer a bachelorette party, she still enlisted the help of RHONY kid Avery Singer and her new event planning business, BachBoss, to help with a major part of the weekend.
The official Instagram for BachBoss confirmed the business' involvement by re-sharing a photo of Lindsay wearing a neon bathing suit and sarong on a boat.
"Ultimate girls trip," the BachBoss account added as a caption to the photo, which also featured Lindsay wearing a large white bejeweled hat with the word "Party" emblazoned on the front.
Lindsay herself confirmed that Avery and her business partner, Jolie Lauren Golub, planned the boat day in an Instagram Story she shared on September 26.
"Thanks to [BachBoss] for setting up the best boat day," Lindsay wrote, along with a recommendation for her followers to contact the company if they're "heading on a girls['] trip."
She also shared a video of the group enjoying their day on the yacht in coordinating neon pink and green bathing suits.
"My happy place is when I’m on a boat," Lindsay said in the caption of her post. "[Bach Boss] hooked up our boat day with a gorgeous yacht filled with all my favorite water activities, an incredible crew, food fit for my queens, and plenty of space for dancing. This day was the perfect healing."
The BachBoss Instagram account responded, "Had so much fun with you [Lindsay Hubbard]."
Lindsay Hubbard's Girls' Trip Weekend
In addition to the aforementioned boat day, Lindsay and her crew of besties participated in flamingo yoga, and they got in some chill time by the pool during their long weekend away. The ladies also enjoyed meals out, and a night out on the town while celebrating their sisterhood at the SLS Baha Mar hotel in Nassau, Bahamas.
Once the group touched back down in the States, Lindsay took to Instagram to thank the women in her life for attending, and for supporting her during a time of healing.
"I didn’t know this amount of love could exist in one photo," Lindsay began in the caption of her post. "I feel completely overwhelmed by my best friends, and their friendship, love, and strength. The way these girls have rallied around me the last [three] weeks, held my hand, sat in showers and cried with me, picked me up, never left my side, never let me feel alone, and then took me on a trip — that was originally planned for completely different reasons — and yet still carried on with this trip because it became more important."
Lindsay went on to write that she felt "beyond blessed and thankful" for each woman who went on the trip.
"This is a story about sisterhood, and I could not do life without them," she concluded.