Caroline is Alison's younger sister and only sibling (so you know who to ask for embarrassing stories). Part photographer, part artist, and Ybor City's resident plant lady. Most likely to request the song "My Band" by the end of the night.
Sara worked with Alison at Social Driver in Washington, DC, where they were assigned desks next to each other. They bonded over their shared love of the Olympics and Bob Costas at a Wizards game one day. Many sangria-filled happy hours followed soon after, cementing them as work wives for life.
Rachel and Alison have known each other since middle school, and she's basically her second sister (as well as the queen of karaoke Snapchats). It's literally impossible to be around Rachel and not smile. She's basically our unofficial DJ for the night, so you know who to point your requests to.
Valerie and Alison met in English class during their freshman year of high school at Tampa Prep. They each thought the other one was super weird at first, so they've obviously been friends ever since. You can still find them at their favorite restaurant (J. Alexander's) eating spinach queso dip in a back booth.
Lucy and Alison worked together at Social Driver in Washington DC, where they once spent an afternoon searching for Tom Hanks in the Capitol. They're both passionate about rosé, great books, and chaider. They got quarter-life-crisis tattoos together, so they're bonded for life now.
Becky and Alison met each other on their first day at Tufts University when they were in the same pre-orientation group, and they immediately became friends. They share a birthday as well as an everlasting love for wine and Drake.
Maria and Alison lived in the same hall in their dorm freshman year at Tufts University and met the first night. They bonded by crushing it in their History of Ancient Rome class and reading the entire A Song of Ice and Fire series. They're still waiting for that next book.
Varun and Michael date their friendship back to surviving Ms. Fields' AP Bio class together at Sidwell Friends. Varun’s boundless energy and positive attitude make him indispensable, but Michael truly knew he could count on him after he successfully survived watching a Caps game at the Marks-Esserman residence.