The bachelorette party has become a time where the bridal party is able to celebrate the bride-to-be’s final moments as an unmarried woman. Because of the momentous life change, this party is often a time to let loose and get a bit crazy. If you are planning an upcoming bachelorette party, you are most likely on the hunt for some bachelorette party décor. In this blog, we have compiled a list 15 fun bachelorette party decorations ideas that can help set your bachelorette party apart from any other.
Top 15 Bachelorette Party Decorations
1. Police Lights
If your bride enjoys letting loose and that has led her into a bit of trouble in the past, a police/jail themed bachelorette party might be the perfect decorating scheme. Purchase red and blue flashing lights and caution tape to hang around the room to set the scene. These decorations will also serve as a reminder to not get too wild at this party. A “mugshot” photo booth would be a great addition to these decorations.
2. Drive In Style
Bachelorette parties are a fantastic excuse to rent a limo. However, due to COVID-19, it might not be the smartest idea for all the attendees to ride in one vehicle. If you are planning on driving to a venue but would like to stay socially distanced, this is the perfect way to celebrate on the way there. Each party attendee will drive their own vehicle, but to add some spice to the ride, decorate each car with window markers. You can decorate the cars with anything bachelorette party themed, and it will be easily washed away. This way, everyone you pass will know that you are on your way to celebrate a wonderful bride-to-be.
Is a party really a party without balloons? The options are endless. You can choose from balloon arches, naughty balloons, or regular colored balloons with the bachelorette’s name on them. Contact a local party vendor to make finding your perfect party balloons a breeze.
4. Themed Decor
If you are a fan of everything matching, choose a theme and base all of your decorations around that theme. For example, if your bride is a fan of the rustic look, decorate with Mason Jars, greenery, and tree branches.
Some bride’s would be uncomfortable with a more “uncensored” party. Other brides, however, are willing to take it all in stride and live it up for this one night. Be sure you know your bride well enough to know how she would respond to this décor before you purchase it. When researching bachelorette party décor, it is very easy to find more x-rated decorations online or in stores.
6. Swimming Cocktail
For an amusing centerpiece, buy a large clear plastic martini glass and fill it with water. Put in a few drops of blue food coloring in the water to make it look like a pool. Then put a few small plastic dolls in the pool so it looks like they’re swimming in a cocktail. It will be sure to catch the eyes of all the guests!
7. Personality Based Decorations
Decorate the venue according to the bride’s personality. If she’s a party girl, fill the room with cocktails, martini glass-shaped decorations, and flashing lights. If she is the quiet type, incorporate girly colors and crystals instead. Because of COVID-19 safety measures, either have each attendee bring their own martini glass that is customized towards whatever theme your party is or provide a clean one for each individual.
8. Single Days Funeral
If your bride has a good sense of humor, why not mourn her single days? Decorate the room with black tablecloths, plates, cups, and napkins and place tombstones around the room. Coffins and balls and chains make great decorations too. Include your guests in the décor by asking them to wear all black clothing. You could either ask the bride-to-be to wear a black dress or for some contrast, allow her to be the only person wearing white.
For a more sultry vibe, have your decorations revolve around your bachelorette’s sexy side. To achieve this feel, use red and black decorations. You can even go so far as to hang red lingerie throughout the room. If you feel comfortable, you can create centerpieces out of pictures of scantily clad men and women.
10. Disco Divas
If your bride is a fan of the 60s and 70s, a disco theme may be perfect for you. Break out the disco balls, lava lamps, crazy wigs, and outfits for this party. Have your guests show up in neon colors and ready for a groovy night!
11. Bachelorette Royalty
For a classy bride, this is the perfect excuse to treat her like the princess she is. Use silver utensils, crystal goblets, champagne glasses, robes, and tiaras. Decorate the room with crystals and pink, or incorporate deep royal colors and soft textures.
12. Picture Collage
One of the best ways to reminisce upon the many memories the attendees have with the bride is to create a picture collage. To do this, you can either create a slideshow to play during the party, or print out pictures to hang on the walls.
Spice up your bachelorette party with some creative pins. There are many websites from which you can order customized bachelorette party themed pins for the guests to wear.
14. Bachelor Phrases
Place letter boards throughout the venue that are covered in catchy bachelorette phrases. These phrases can range from “bach and boujee,” “Champagne Campaign,” “Bride’s Babes,” and many more. These photo-op ready props will help the guests get in the party mood.
15. DIY Masks
Having custom “bachelorette,” “bridesmaid” or “bride” masks is an extremely appropriate party favor during COVID-19. You can either order them custom or purchase white masks and write on them yourself. You can also bring the masks and decorating supplies to the party so that everyone can decorate their own. This activity allows everyone to show your love for the bride and remain safe at the same time.
If you are planning a bachelorette party during the COVID-19 pandemic, don’t worry. The celebration can still go on; you simply need to use extra caution. Keeping a safe distance and wearing a mask are the best ways to assure that everyone stays safe. Even if this party looks a bit different than you originally hoped, these 15 bachelorette party decorations will help liven your party for everyone in this “new normal.”