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Free Bachelorette Party Invitations

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.

Bachelorette Party Invitation 1

Download the Badass Invitation Template

Download the Ring InvitationTemplate

Bachelorette party invitation vintage

Download the Vintage Invitation Template

Unmentionable Bachelorette Party Invitations

We came across a set of fun bachelorette invitations over on bride-buzz.com. The ladies at bride-buzz had this to say

And, after many requests from our Bride Buzz readers to write about a great bachelorette invite collection, we’ve finally found one that meets our high expectations: the Unmentionable Collection from graphic designer Heather Kintner.
Chicago-based Kintner created her vintage-looking designs after she struggled to find invites that were “soft, pretty and spicy?—?all rolled up in one” for a friend’s wedding. And viola, the Unmentionables line was created. Ruffles, embellishments, bows, ribbon, polka dots?—?they’re girly and a little naughty at the same time.

And, after many requests from our Bride Buzz readers to write about a great bachelorette invite collection, we’ve finally found one that meets our high expectations: the Unmentionable Collection from graphic designer Heather Kintner.

Chicago-based Kintner created her vintage-looking designs after she struggled to find invites that were “soft, pretty and spicy?—?all rolled up in one” for a friend’s wedding. And viola, the Unmentionables line was created. Ruffles, embellishments, bows, ribbon, polka dots?—?they’re girly and a little naughty at the same time.

To get a link for these darling invites, head over to the original article: http://www.bride-buzz.com/buzz/party/2010/05/24/unmentionable-bachelorette-invitations/

Vendor Love – Love at First Invite

Cathy - Love at first InviteWe chatted to Cathy Olson at Love at First Invite about her wonderful invitations.   Cathy is/was a professional graphic designer, one day a friend changed her life – asking her to design her wedding invitations.  Soon after that Love at First Invite was born – Thank goodness!

Cathy specializes in gathering the ideas you have in your mind and focusing them into a workable piece of art. She will take inspiration from each element of your vision and create something completely unique and completely you.

Cathy believes in keeping her stunning work fully accessible by remaining cost-effective and utilizing eco-friendly processes and materials.

Her work is adorable and we couldn’t wait to share with you. Every party needs an invite,  set the tone for your  bachelorette party or bridal shower with a custom creation from Love at First Invite.  Here’s a little more insight into the mind behind the art.

What’s your favorite product on your site?
Our custom invitations! We love getting inspiration from wedding day details and coming up with something completely unique!

What about your job still makes you smile?
Meeting with couples deep in love, and the smell of freshly printed or pressed paper.

What FireFly package would you pick for your bachelorette party? Model Pin up Photo shoot, love the empowerment of a beautiful Boudoir sesh!

Name 3 famous people you’d invite on your bachelorette party?
Not super into famous people, so I’d still have to say my Besties are all I’d want!

Which wedding are you: Beach, Mountain, Forest, or Countryside?
Our wedding was already beach, but if I could “do-over” it would be Countryside with all of it’s charm!

Finish this sentence: If I could give one piece of wedding advice it would be…
Resist the urge to send out your Wedding invitations too early. Giving your guests a later RSVP deadline gives your guests more time to decide. For the couple getting married, 4-5 months out may seem just around the corner – but to your guests, it may seem lightyears away, and consequently they may not know their schedules yet. Aim to send out your invitations 6-8 weeks before the wedding, with the RSVP deadline 3-4 weeks before the big day. Your guests’ answers will be more accurate and they will love you for it!

What’s your most outrageous wedding memory?
Designing custom invitations for a bride in England. It was so fun to learn all about their country and culture. And our phone conversations were a blast!

Thanks Cathy