Girls’ Getaway Guide: A Joshua Tree Experience + An Epic *GIVEAWAY*

A Girls' Getaway to Joshua Tree
Happy #WanderlustWednesday to all our gal pals + travelers out there! Did you happen to catch our Girls’ Glamping Getaway Guide of Geurneville (say that five times fast!) a few months back? The darling ladies of Beijos Events are back again to bring us another travel guide! This installment is all about Southern California’s famed Joshua Tree. Yup, the place known for all the Dr. Seuss-looking trees, the brilliant stars that fill the night sky, and of course, the eclectic + funky shops.

Kicking off their gals’ getaway, the ladies stayed at the CUTEST AirBnb: Echo Ranch House. We’ll share a little about all the quirky boutiques they visited around town, a relaxing hike, and a lil’ brunch — complete with rosé… there’s even a GIVEAWAY. Read on!

Ready to see the fun-filled adventure captured by Corrie Lynn Photo? Onward!

Stay: The Echo Ranch House

Um, this might be the dreamiest desert-inspired room we’ve ever laid our eyes on! We’re diggin’ the neutral tones + all the cozy lounges of the Echo Ranch House.

Jacquelyn of Beijos Events shares: We all have a love for the desert, and I personally have had my eye on Joshua Tree for some time now. It’s not too far from us Orange County ladies and it seems to have that laid-back boho vibe that we all love. My first thought for accommodations was The Echo Ranch House owned by our friends Rain & Oscar at Circa Vintage Rentals. I had seen photos and knew it was a beautiful space, and let me tell you it lived up to our expectations and then some.

How adorable is this little brunch nook? This cozy house would be the perfect place for a mellow bachelorette party, don’t you think?

Can we have all these décor items in our home? LOVE!!


Rosé, donuts and coffee — our kind of morning!

rose and donuts


A brunch consisting of rosé + donuts definitely calls for a hike after!

Aren’t their workout pieces from Onzie adorable? Onzie has a new bride + bridesmaid line (which they wore for their hike), and it would be SO cute for bachelorette parties!

We loved our time hiking in this beautiful place, looking out over the desert on the hammock and making dinner and drinking wine together. We can’t wait to go back and spend more time in this unique and special place!

Around Town

We visited Joshua Tree staples like BKB Ceramics, the Crochet Museum, The End vintage shop and you can’t visit Joshua Tree without going to Pappy & Harriets in Pioneertown (known for their delish BBQ).

You want quirky? You can definitely find that at the Crochet Museum.

Some of our favorite places we visited were La Copine for lunch, Moon Wind and Promised Land for boutique shopping. 

Moon Wind

Vintage clothing galore at Promised Land.

We couldn’t miss out on The Blooming Gypsy… I mean would you look at all that floral + plant inspiration?! 

Fun painted walls caught our eyes at The End. Also, how cute are the gals in their Stillwater dresses?

Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown

Check out some live music and grab dinner + drinks at Pappy & Harriet’s

It was a great weekend trip and we can’t wait to go back. It’s honestly such a great girl getaway, we could imagine a pretty amazing bachelorette party out there. Probably not for a wild and crazy time, but for time to connect with your best girl friends before you call yourself a Mrs.!

photography: Corrie Lynn Photo // planning + design: Beijos Blog & Beijos Events // vacation stay: Echo Ranch House // places visited: Moon Wind, La Copine, Teocali, The Crochet Museum, Pioneer Town/Pappy & Harriet’s, BKB Ceramics, The Blooming Gypsy, Promised LandThe End // clothing: Day Out Clothing by Stillwater, Hiking Gear from Onzie, Brunch Clothing by Chaser, Shoes by Minnetonka, Slippers by Aussie MerinoSunglasses from Salt Optics, Macramé Necklace by Fiber & Bloom, Round Bag by Cleobella, Clutch by Teocali