So this weekend I planned a bacholrette party in Nashville!
For the swag bags:
Personalize bags – this is a MUST so everyone gets the right t-shirt! Created using paper bags from the Dollar Tree, Orcal Vinyl, and the Cricut.
T-Shirts! The shirts were bought from Target when they had a buy two for a lower price deal. I used gold iron on vinyl and my cricut to DIY the shirts.
Face whips – I got these both from Target.
Kleenex – I found these in 6 packs from Target.
Socks (We went to Pinewood Social for bowling and socks are a must!. These are were two packs from the Dollar Tree
Two face masks – these are from Target.
Gum – Our grocery store had a 10 for 10 sale.
Srunchies (I made these so they would match the shirts as closely as possible).
Personalized water bottles (this is so everyone can know which bottle is theirs). I got these bottles at target during the end of summer sale.
Shout wipes – these came in a 10 pack.
hand sanitizer – Bath and Body Works was having a 4 for 5 sale.
Hair ties – I had these from when I worked at Claire’s.
EOS sticks – these were from a 9 pack bought at Costco.
Tylenol – these were bought at Target.
Sunglasses – I had these left over from my wedding’s welcome bags.
For the Bride’s Swag bag –
I added in a sash that I made. The instructions will be up later this week.
Two veils. One was a srunchie with a veil and the other was an elastic headband with tulle added to the elastic on the back.
I bought cellophane warp from the Dollar Tree.
Balloons came from Amazon and Target.
The Champagne wall – for instructions on how to make that click here!
Banner – this was a DIY project made from scrapbook paper, glitter, ribbon, Modge Podge, and a hot glue gun!
Cricle banner – this was bought off of Amazon.
For the extras I brought 3 gallons of water, Gatorade, bottles of pressco, and a 30 cans of White Claw. For snacks, I also brought trail mix, granola bars, and popcorn. The cupcakes were topped with men’s silhouettes that were made using the Cricut, a hot glue gun, glitter card stock, and wooden skewers. I put the cupcakes on a cake stand to give it a more special vibe. The frame and matting was bought from Michael’s. I added the letters out of vinyl I cut from the Cricut and made them to match the shirts.
To make sure the hotel rooms would be clean from all of the decorations I packed 3 garbage bags, wet whips, and paper towels.