We’ve created some free bachelorette party invitation templates for the bad-ass chicks out there that are getting married. You know who you are. You can spot these mommas at roller derby on a Friday night hanging with all the other rock stars. They’ve inspired us to put together a party invitation that plays to their less-delicate sensibilities. We did a little research and found that for a that last night of craziness, the only invites out there are flowery and nice and sweet. Not anymore just download the templates below, print them, folde ‘em, and send ‘em out.
Archive for October, 2010
Half the fun of going out on a bachelorette party is to let to world know your friend is getting married. She’s almost hitched and it’s her last night as a free woman! That’s why we love the idea of the bachelorette party t-shirts. Whether it’s the bride with a blinged out “BRIDE” shirt on or matching shirts for the whole group. The fun factor is multiplied when you get to shop for the perfect shirt. We’ve tried to lend a hand by listing some of our favorite tshirt sellers for bachelorette parties. From rhinestones to screen printing these stores have you covered… literally. =)
One of our favor local and web central shops is Weddingish.com. The ladies at Weddingish have outfitted everyone from Kendra to Eva Longoria. Be sure you check out her Glow-in-the-dark prints and the sparkly martini glass.
Darla the creator of Darla Marie Designs has been a freelance graphic and fashion designer for 6 years. Her designs have been featured in Teen Vogue Magazine and worn by super model Bar Refaeli. With Darla’s passion for stationery and the fusion of practical projects with the creative process, Darla Marie Designs was created. Darla Marie Designs offers first-class stationery, you can find an exclusive line of her DIY invitations at The Wedding Pantry. Darla enjoys the creative process, working directly with her clients and providing them with consistent customer service, and pushing herself to produce the best work possible in an efficiently manner. She’s the type of person that easily progresses from vendor to friend.
Thanks for sharing Darla!
What made you decide to design wedding invitations?
I have been designing for clothing & graphics for over 6 years now, and after I worked on my own wedding designs and invitations, I fell in love with the romance of wedding design. I love being able to capture the feeling of a wedding and create mini pieces of art to go with their special day.