Bachelorette Party Decoration Ideas
You've been assigned the task of decorating for the Bachelorette Party and that moment of panic sets in -- where do I start? Do I go classy, or do I go naughty? Don't fret, we've got you covered. Balloons, banners, tableware, and accessories – below are 3 party ideas and the decorations you'll need to make them happen.
Rose Gold Bachelorette DecorationsThis is the perfect theme for a classy bachelorette. Whether you're hosting the bachelorette party at home or at a restaurant, rose gold decorations add a touch of elegance. A rose gold table cover, banner and some rose gold balloons like our Bride ballon or engagement ring balloon are perfect for a dinner party setting. Have fun with this classy party décor choice, rather than some red plastic party cups get our rose gold party cups or some stemless wine glasses for the bridal party.
Naughty Bachelorette DecorationsIf you're planning more of a wild night for the Bride-to-Be, we've got some decorations that will make the bachelorette blush. Best for at home parties or hotel rooms, a same penis forever banner, giant pecker balloon, and centerpiece is sure to get a laugh. Some Chippendale drinking buddies add a fun touch to your wine glasses, and if you're in the baking mood we have pans to make a penis-shaped cake. Before going all-in on the naughty bachelorette decorations be sure to check with the bride that her mom or younger family members are not coming.
Tropical Beach Bachelorette DecorationsWho doesn't love summer vibes? Whether you're having a beach destination bachelorette party or a luau inspired party in your backyard. Our tropical decorations will transform any space. Start with some inflatable palm trees, pineapple balloons, and sipper cups. Hang some fairy lights between trees to add to the summer glow and of course, having a custom cocktail for the bride is a plus. The bride-to-be will love soaking up the summer and enjoying her last big night with her closest gal pals.
Bachelorette Decorating tips:
- Have tape and scissors at the ready. You might need to trim down the length of a banner or garland, and tape is the easiest way to quickly put up banners and hang balloons.
- Keep it simple. You don't need to remodel your house. Banners over doors or in arches, balloons, table covers, centerpieces, and some fun decorative accessories go a long way.
- Stick with a theme. Choose a color or bachelorette party theme and own it. As mentioned above, rose gold for a classy vibe, or perhaps some cheeky decorations for a naughty bachelorette party.
- Have fun with it. There is no right or wrong way to decorate for a party. It's going to be a fun night that the Bride-to-Be will remember -- mostly because of the memories with her besties.