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Posted on September 17 2015

Everyone over here at Bachette is buzzing about this totes adorbs blog written by the fashion, lifestyle and DIY blog maven Julia Christensen! (check out her hilarious blog here) She is just too cute for words and we LOVE the way she styled some of our bachelorette products! 

We've pulled a few of our favorite excerpts and photos here, but do take the time to read her full blog post and enter to WIN OUR $75 GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY!. You won't regret it!

Immediately after asking my bridesmaids to be in my wedding, following a brief OMG-moment and hug, they all had one question: What are we going to do for the bachelorette party? With the contracts, fittings, and schedules, wedding planning is a giant ball o’ stress — and the bachelorette party is there to help you forget that. Ahem, see below.
Okay, let’s start with these shirts. The quality is out of control, and they are so freaking soft. Bachette can personalize its shirts, so I had ‘Bride’ added to the back of this Hell on Heels tank. Coordinating bride and bridesmaid tops are also available. These tanks run a little large, which I adore, but pay attention to sizes when ordering. For perspective, I’m wearing a medium, which is my normal size; for a tight fit, size down.
Now onto the accessories… I’m a headband/small hat girl. I have a little hat for any holiday involving bar hopping, and like to include a party hat with all birthday gifts. This headband is the cutest, and it doesn’t pinch at all. Is it weird if I wear it around my house? No? Great, that’s what I thought. This diamond outline necklace is delicate and adorable. I also might have worn it to work today, as office attire is boring and this charm is rad. And the koozies? Well come on. What is a bachelorette party without some cheesy jokes? I can’t wait to give these to my girls.
Are you planning a bachelorette party in the future? Here are a few ideas for inexpensive fun, which frees up your budget for inappropriate gifts for the bride. Priorities, people!
  • Use colorful balloons to transform a space on a budget.
  • Rummage through your holiday or party decor and look for glittery, sparkly, or otherwise festive decorations. I used items from our Christmas, New Years, and birthday party decorations to decorate the bar.
  • To make bottled drinks look even more on-theme, wrap the labels in washi tape and place in a festive koozie.
  • If you’re going for a homemade cocktail, try a simple mixed drink like The Wedded Blitz, Mrs. Claus’ Rum Punch, or The Festive Cran-Apple Fizz.
  • Play a game (or five)! Bachette even has a free printable scavenger hunt on their site. (Find ithere!)
  • Miniature alcohol bottles make great favors or prizes! Pick the weirdest flavors, duh.
  • Keep colorful straws on display. Bonus points for stripper glasses, which I did already own. Lance gave them to me as a gift. You can obviously see why we’re getting married.
  • Make a custom sign using letters from unexpected places, like the craft store or cut out from magazines.
  • Crinkle paper or basket-filler grass can be a more statement-making version of confetti!



Told you she was totes adorbs :) Read the full blog here and get more tips and tricks for your upcoming bachelorette party!



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