This is it! The last pre-wedding bash for your BFF bride-to-be before she actually ties the knot. Or as someone cleverly coined, the “Final Fling Before the Ring” bachelorette party! You want it to be fun but still tasteful, memorable but not overtly wild! So for those of you who are thinking along the same lines, we’ve put together this collection of ideas for party decorations, dessert and drinks—all in the traditional palette of hot pink, black and gold. Stylish with a dash of sass! Your guest of honor and fellow BFFs will love it!
Decor, Dessert and Drinks for a Pink, Black and Gold Bachelorette Bash!
Thanks to these fab ideas we found, you can just click on the links for product sources, recipes and full party posts with more creative tips.
Send out the news to all the ladies with an elegant black and pink invite (4) with graceful calligraphy. Then, surprise them come party time with a fun scene of gold, glitter, metallics and shimmery stuff. Deck the venue with tassel garlands (6) in hot pink, black and white, plus mini ones in gold foil. And have guests take turns with zany photo booth props (1) featuring champagne flutes, kissable lips and a tiara!
For a party activity, see this idea of balloon wishes for the bride-to-be (8). Have each lady write a “sweet (or silly) something” on an uninflated balloon. Then blow the balloons up to reveal fun shapes that can add to the party decor—and be taken home afterwards for the bride to enjoy!
And speaking of enjoy…there must be a bachelorette cake (3). It can even be a simple, sprinkle-trimmed one topped with a Barbie doll that resembles the bride! Then, delight everyone with pink cotton candy (9) and stiletto cupcakes (7) frosted in fuchsia, black and white and decorated with polka dots, tiny bows, flowerettes and edible pearls.
For bachelorette beverages, serve pink grapefruit martinis (5) with glittery heart stirrers, along with Cosmopolitan jello shots (2) that are pink and pretty, but pack a punch! And as a friendly dig at those who may indulge just a bit too much, give “recovery kit” party favors (10) for each guest to take home.
Sources: 1 – Clever Marten (on etsy) / 2 – Tablespoon / 3 – Two Twenty One / 4 – Wedding Paper Divas / 5 – Cake Events Blog / 6 – Mod Party, via Catch My Party / 7 – Tablespoon / 8 – Studio DIY / 9 – Soiree Event Design Blog / 10 – Clementine Weddings (on etsy)
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