Looking for a theme for a bachelorette party that’s tame (as these parties tend not to be!) and tasteful? Well, we stumbled upon one that’s all that, while being posh and playful too. A “Diamond in the Ruff” theme! It plays up the all-important diamond engagement ring via the still popular decorating trend of gemstones and geometrics, while also incorporating pink, girly elements—plus lots of glitter and sparkle, too. So come see how you can “flash that rock” on your finger at a bachelorette bash that’s just good, chic fun!
Decorating Tips for a “Diamond in the Ruff” Bachelorette Party
We’re thrilled to share these ideas we found for pulling together a dazzling diamond-themed look. Most of the elements you can order online in a snap. Or you can replicate them with some crafty DIY skills!
Bring on the Bling
When planning the party decor, leave no question about the focus on the bride-to-be’s engagement ring.
Display an attention-grabbing diamond shaped piñata (1), all sparkly with layers of metallic fringe. If you opt to DIY your own, you could create a party activity or game with this or fill it with treats and trinkets for the guests. Then overhead or along the walls, hang diamond cutouts in glittery gold board.
Add a giant engagement ring balloon (3) for a whimsical touch at the entryway or hovering above the cake table.
Dazzling and Delish!
Speaking of the cake table, plan on ordering (or home baking) a darling “drip cake” (4) that’s in vogue right now. Dress it up with pretty pink florals to match the color scheme. Then, set out trays of diamond-shaped sugar cookies (5) in chic ombre tones of pink to lilac. Great to package in fabric wraps, too, for guests to take home as favors!
And for the perfect bachelorette party drink, why not a cotton candy cocktail (2)? In pink, of course! And paired with gold-stamped pink cocktail napkins (6) declaring, “Champagne is always the answer”!
Finally, for a fun activity, prepare a grab bag of sassy party pins (7) that you can purchase online or design and print yourself. See which guest pulls which pin out of the bag, and has to play that part for the rest of the evening!
So, who says a bachelorette bash can’t be glitzy, girly AND in good, clean fun?