Saturday, September 4, 2010

Bachelorette Party

My cousins threw a bachelorette party for their sister who is getting married in September. I helped out with the party decor. I took my inspiration from the bride's favorite color: raspberry. The party was at a beachfront cottage so I kept the decorations colorful, fresh and festive. 


I created a custom canvas to set the party mood. I used my Silhouette SD to cut the letters out of vinyl and apply them to a canvas I painted with a custom blend of colors to get the right shade of shimmery, rich pinky-purple. I love how this turned out!


The party favors were Hershey nuggets embellished with Papertrey Ink Limitless Labels, bundled up in sets of four in little treat bags and tied with a raspberry satin ribbon.


My favorite party item? These hot pink insulated tumblers personalized with vinyl and pink bling. The bride's tumbler was clear with rhinestone bling.  Perfect for keeping track of your cocktail throughout the night. The font is Sweetheart Script.  


No party is complete without cocktails. We had Sweetheart sangria and a non-alcoholic option of Passion Tea Lemonade.


Lemon Blackberry cupcakes were served for dessert. The custom cupcake toppers continued the raspberry color scheme even further. 


A party banner behind the bar completed the decorations. 


I'll leave you with some photos from the party. A great reason to get together and celebrate in the summer.

Supplies Used:
stamps: Papertrey Ink Limitless Labels, Round and Round
cardstock: Bazzill Basics
patterned paper: Bo Bunny Sophie Collection
dies: Nestabilities
punch: Stampin' Up
ribbon: Wrights
die cutter: Silhouette SD
acrylic paint: Plaid

14 comments:

Brenda said...

looks like a fun party! The decorations are great!

BethieJ said...

Christi.. you MUST share this link on PTI!! :) Everything is FABULOUS!!! I am off to see if your door photo is posted so I can share it with my SIL!!
Hope your weekend is WONDERFUL!!!

Michelle said...

This is so fun - love the colors and all the great personalized and handcrafted touches.

Lisa said...

Ti
Wow! You rock at the party diva gig! You should start a business and get paid for this amazing creativity of yours

Caryn said...

OMG Christi - I am bookmarking this page - I am beyond blown away!! The work you've put into it all - the glasses, the banner, the cupcake toppers... I LOVE everything. I can see all these ideas being SO versatile for SO many occasions! I agree - this needs to be shared - I'm off to share your post on PTI!!

Hugs,
Caryn xxx

Monica K. said...

Wow, your decor is fabulous! Love it! I will definitely bookmark this. I love the font you used. Looks awesome!

Rhonda said...

Absolutely love the canvas banner!!!

Sue Ann said...

FANTASTIC .......... I bet this party was so much fun. You are a great friend because I know what kind of hard work went into creating this for the bride!!!

Laurie said...

Wow what an amazing party! You did a fantastic job! Love it!

Nadine said...

Oh my Christi! FABULOUS!! You made that party so special for the bride to be! I love your Eat, drink, and be married sign! And the cupcake toppers! And the glasses! Ok I love everything about it. I want to do this for the next party I have, lol! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jen Carter said...

Great and wonderful work!! Love it all! You did a fabulous job coordinating everthing! I love the fonts on the canvas you made (especially the "drink" word). Is that a downloadable font?

Kristii said...

Wow!!!! Absolutely amazing!!!! You know how to throw a party!!! Love what you did with all the PTI goodness!!!!

bobbiesue32 said...

Everything looks wonderful! Would you be able to share the recipe for the lemon/blackberry cupcakes?!

Karen said...

Your decorations are fabulous! I especially love the cupcake toppers.

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