Want to organise a bachelorette party on a budget? It is possible!
Everyone thinks you have to spend oodles of money to either buy the most expensive gift or plan a vacay that’s OTT in every sense. But you CAN plan a bachelorette that’s cost-effective if you’re willing to go the DIY way. All you need is a pair of scissors, chart paper and endless amounts of glue and glitter! ;)
Get ready to get crafty with these super easy (pinky swear!) DIY ideas that will help you throw a crazy, fun AND beautiful bachelorette bash on a budget - covering everything from Decor, Games, Invites, Gifts and Food Items!
Buy a packet of balloons and write cute messages or draw emoticons on them for the bride. You can also put glitter dust or confetti inside to make the balloons stand out.
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Choose a colourful satin ribbon measuring 1.5 yards and follow these instructions to make customised sashes.
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You will be surprised at how easily these can be made. Find your designs online (either on Google or Pinterest), print them and simply glue them onto lollipop sticks. Here are some pretty ones we found.
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Make interesting photo booth backdrops with colourful streamers (or fabric), gold fringes or confetti.
A couple of helium balloons and polaroid pictures of the bride with her besties is all you need to implement this picture perfect idea!
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Use chart paper cut into a huge 2D ring as an entry sign to the party.
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These are not just easy to make but also serve as a fun decor element to the party. Read how to make them here.
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The perfect forum to make the wedding day countdown. You can also write funny and cute messages for the bride-to-be.
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A must-have! You can make a customised bachelorette party hangover kit and hand them out as guests walk in. Read our post on the must-have essentials to be put insde the hangover kit.
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Dip the champagne/wine glass in glue followed by another dip in glitter dust. Place an assorted range of goodie options such as nail paint, nail remover, lip balms, chocolates and miniature drink bottles inside it to make the perfect sparkly favor.
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Make funny name tags for your friends and let them pin it up for the night.
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This can be an on-the-spot DIY party favor. Get all the bridesmaids to leave their lipstick imprints on the sides of a white frame, which can have a group picture of the bridal party in the centre.
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A bachelorette party without a customised bride-tribe t-shirt? Nah...not possible!
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As a bride-to-be, you know your bridesmaids inside out (pun intended!) A fun invite like the one shown below just takes some chart paper, lace, a pair of scissors and a glue stick! Write her bra size on top and her initials below.
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A fun spin on spin the bottle! :) Instead of kisses, the girls have to drink up whichever shot glass their bottle lands on. Note: not all the glasses have to be filled with alcohol.
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If beer pong is not your thing, play bra pong instead! Read here for the rules of this game.
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This one gets a lot of laughs without any alcohol! Make a list of 15-20 names of either adult movies or nailpaints and everyone has to guess which names on the sheet board are of a nail paint or a porn movie.
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The rules are simple. Spin the wheel and drink whatever it lands on. Read how to make this game here.
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Keep the strawberries soaked in champagne or sparkling wine for 24 hours, then leave them to dry. Dip the strawberries in a chocolate hot tub (melt 2 cups of chocolate chips with 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil for the shine) and refrigerate.
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Now, what’s a bachelorette party without some jello shots? Read here to master them.
Nothing beats a grown up version of everyone’s favourite childhood treat!
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Either stack fruits in a naughty arrangement or cover the aptly shaped banana in chocolate sauce to create a suggestive shape.
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If you have an enthusiastic baker friend in your bridal party, show her these adorable looking edible stilettos! Find the recipe here
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Any other cool DIY ideas you’ve seen at a bachelorette? Share in the comments below!