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Bachelorette - HELP! I'm not crafty....

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#1 lolamb10

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    Posted 24 July 2011 - 04:42 PM

    hey ladies,


    okay so here's the thing.  for a friend's upcoming bachelorette, i volunteered to head to the restaurant early and decorate a bit - you know, make the place feel celebratory and bachelorette-y.  but i am the least crafty person ever and have no idea where to begin!


    my friend prefers "classy" over traditional bachelorette stuff (you know, explicit straws and cakes and other fun stuff) -- and in case it helps, her wedding color is navy (plus silver and pink/peachy tones).


    any ideas are welcome!!  it has to be stuff i can buy/prepare and set up pretty easily at the restaurant.  i'll have about 20 minutes to set up (time between when the prior reservation leaves and the bride arrives).


    THANK YOU!!!!

    #2 futuremrstgun

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      Posted 24 July 2011 - 04:56 PM

      you could do a simple confetti on the tables and maybe even do some place cards...


      head over to michaels and visit their weddings section..there's usually a small section there for bachelorrette party items...also party city could be quite useful too.


      good luck and happy planning!!



      #3 jamieirene

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        Posted 24 July 2011 - 05:02 PM

        Why not do something like this... http://www.cristalie...egory_s/153.htm You can diy not buy it from the site.... Get a navy or silver tree you can spray paint on if necessary. Hang the crystal strands and lay silver navy and clear crystals all over the tables... It would be a classy non traditional bachelorette party decor. Good luck!

        #4 canadiangirl

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          Posted 25 July 2011 - 12:49 PM

          what are you looking for ????

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          #5 skp1

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            Posted 26 July 2011 - 06:40 AM

            I second Party City - they have tons of decorations for all kinds of parties.  Maybe just walking though the different aisles will give you ideas.  I think confetti or something along those lines would be great for the table, definitely get a sash that says bride to be or bachelorette (those can be simple and tasteful), maybe some cocktail napkins with a "girls night out" type theme and if you want to include a gift, maybe a personalized wine or martini glass to put at her seat.




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