A bachelorette party is the best part about getting married…second only to the wedding, of course! All brides-to-be look forward to a day of unwinding with their closest friends in a bachelorette party limo or a limo party bus. As a maid of honor, it’s up to you to make the day truly memorable. Plan everything down to the last detail, and end the day by heading to the best club in Bucks, Philadelphia, or Montgomery county by reserving a luxury ride courtesy of the Fortune Transportation Group!
Should You Have a Theme?
What’s a bachelorette party without a theme? A total dud! The perfect maid of honor will know exactly what theme to use for the bride’s second-biggest day.
You guessed right; everything should be centered around the bride-to-be! Read on for some fun ideas to make sure the bride feels super special!
You obviously can’t jump into a bachelorette limo and cruise Philadelphia County, PA without matching outfits!
You can go down the plain-and-simple route and get some T-shirts in the bride’s favorite color. To jazz things up, you can get different gradations of the same color family. For instance, if her favorite color is purple, you can buy shirts in lavender, violet, lilac, and bright purple.
Take things a notch higher and get the shirts to say “[bride’s name]’s Bachelorette” using foil printing. That gold lettering will be reflective and still be visible when all the girls head to the club later to dance the night away!
The bride gets her very own sash, of course. Her sash can be gold with a sequined trim for added glamour in keeping with the same theme.
There are so many things you can do when it comes to designing invites. And no, you don’t have to be a professional graphic designer to pull off a decent job.
There are various templates available online. All you have to do is make sure they’re free before downloading them. Pick a great font; if you pick one that’s the same or similar to the one used for the T-shirts, even better! This will tie everything up perfectly.
Just because it’s a party doesn’t mean you can’t act responsibly. Don’t print the invites; send them to everyone via email.
However, if you want, you should print one out for the bride to store as a keepsake to remember the event.
When it comes to decorations, the devil is in the details. This doesn’t mean that you have to spend an arm and a leg. These thrifty ideas are all you need to throw a bachelorette party to remember.
This should be in the same colors as the t-shirts. If you cannot find one that’s ready-made, indulge your artsy side and make one from scratch!
You will need some card paper in shades of purple and gold paper for the letters. You can even use gold paper for the background and stick purple lettering on top for heightened contrast. There’s no incorrect way of doing this.
Napkins and Plates
An economical way of going about this is by typing out “[bride’s name]’s Bachelorette” on your computer and getting multiple small prints on a single sticker sheet. Make this logo of sorts the perfect size so that you can cut out individual stickers and put them on plates and napkins.
How’s that for branding?
These are a must-have for any party. You can make them yourself ,by using royalty-free images online. Just cut them out and stick them on cardboard or any stiff paper. If you want, you can add some sequins and glitter!
Confetti sprays are amazing for all those photo-ops. They’re not expensive, so get extras.
Ride in Style
When you’re ready to take the party to the club, make sure to go in style. Hire a limo party bus or a party limo to pick up the bride-to-be and her entourage of bridesmaids. If you’re in Bucks, Philadelphia, or Montgomery county, Fortune Transportation Group will sort you out. If you’ve fallen short of your maid-of-honor duties, don’t worry. With Fortune Transportation Group, you’ll have the vehicle of your choice waiting at the door within the hour! Talk about impeccable service.
Make a reservation for their glamorous stretch limo or limo party bus by calling 215-209-3719 today. After all, there are few things that can beat riding in luxury.