Bachelor/ette Party Invitation Ideas
Paperia | October 2015
When it comes to bachelor and bachelorette parties—no matter if you have a crazy night out and are stuck wondering why there’s a tiger in your bathroom the next day, or have a fun night in—they’re usually filled with friends and a whole lot of fun. Choosing an invitation for the upcoming “last fling before the ring” should be representative of what type of party is being thrown. You should be as creative as you want! We’ve found some great examples that would be perfect bachelor/ette party invitations you might love too.
A popular bachelorette theme for invitations is corsets. They’re feminine and are seen as the perfect party mascot, if you will. Instead of having a flat invitation, your recipient would get to untie the ribbon and open it, revealing the details inside. It’s fun and different.
Having an itinerary invitation is a fantastic way for your guests to get excited about the upcoming weekend/night. You can design it many different ways and choose cute motifs to represent each notch on the timeline.
You can choose an invitation that’s simple and understated. The gold letters can be hand glittered to add an extra oomph, but either way, the gold on blush is a great combination. From “Miss to Mrs.” is also a fun little bachelorette motto.
If you’re looking for something completely unconventional, these DIY balloon invitations are super cute and charming. You can have them printed with anything you’d like and your recipients will love blowing them up to see what it’s for.
These mock tickets could be perfect for a number of different themed bachelor or bachelorette parties. Your guests will feel like they’re being invited to something very exclusive and exciting.
Customizing stickers to adhere to a box is not only darling, but it’s a great opportunity to fill it with a little surprise for your guests.
These knockoff whiskey invitations are clever and perfect for a lot of grooms. They’re simple, but your guests will know they’re in for a good time.
The options are endless when it comes to bachelor and bachelorette party invitations, so happy planning!
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