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Back in the day bachelorette parties all looked the same. Decorations were always hot pink and typically revolved around the male anatomy. But those days are gone. Lots of girls are planning out their parties with full-blown themes, decorations, outfits and more. Here are three hot themes:
Style: What bachelorette wouldn’t want to spend her last night as a single girl channeling her inner Carrie Bradshaw? This party theme is all about glamour, fashion and, of course, fun.
Colors: Any color would work, but silver and black will set the mood well.
Decorations: Decorations are infused with Carrie’s favorite accessory—like these hot shoes napkins.
Fashion: For this party, pull out your fanciest, trendiest party dress. It’s more about “who” you’re wearing than “what” you’re wearing.
Drinks: The drink of choice is obviously the Cosmo.
Favors: Give each girl what she really wants—diamonds. These diamond keychains will be a fun reminder of your sexy night.
Style: The 80’s are back in a big way. Aggressive shoulder pads, big bangs and jelly sandals will make this bachelorette party truly unforgettable.
Colors: Neon all the way!
Decorations: Neon streamers, Molly Ringwald posters and fashion magazines from the 1980s will make this bash, like totally cool.
Fashion: Go wild with neon colors, shoulder pads and animal prints. You could even give each member of the bachelorette party crew an animal print hat to wear.
Drinks: Use Tab, Kool-Aid or Capri Sun as drink mixers for totally 80s cocktails.
Favors: Give each girl a pack of their own neon glow bracelets and their own pair of neon sunglasses.
Style: The spa meets seventh grade in this girly bachelorette bash. Have manicures, pedicures and facials either at home or in a spa.
Colors: Pink is a must for this party full of female fun.
Decorations: Think feathers, pillows and gossip magazines.
Fashion: Forget uncomfortable party dresses and high heels—sweat pants and pajamas are the proper dress code for this party.
Drinks: Drinks should be super sweet and fun. Focus on fruity daiquiris and pina coladas.
Favors: Give each girl a gift bag full of treats like glitter nail files, a sleeping beauty mask, and a super soft pink feather boa.