In college whenever a new season of the Bachelor was on, a group of girls would gather at my house, and we would make dinner (tune in tomorrow for one of our favorite Monday night meals), have dessert and watch the show while working on homework and design projects. So for this month's event inspiration I decided to design a Bachelorette Premier Party. If you are lucky, maybe Chris Harrison will crash your party and you will be on TV!
The party is complete with a printable invitation, food and decor ideas! The jury is still out on whether I will be tuning in next Monday, for real this time, but if you throw a Bachelorette Party please share some photos with me!
Click here for your free printable. Print on card stock, cut in half, fold hamburger style and BAM! you have two invitations done. Please only use this printable for your own personal use and do not duplicate or sell.
Will you be tuning in next Monday? Are you Team Kaitlyn or Team Britt?
|Feel free to use plain white envelopes like they do on the Bachelor.|
I wanted a pop of color so I opted for red.
|Don't forget to sign your name!|
|Prepare yourself for my own "cheesy" food labels.|
|No Bachelor event is complete without candles, lots of candles.|
How has there not been a fire accident during the filming of this show??
|I wish the Bachelor would use something besides red roses...|
they could have been a little more creative.
|This might be necessary to get through the real whining on the show.|
|If you do the math, this comes out to half a bottle of wine a person...|
maybe a little overkill but maybe not.
|Keeping the rose them going with my favorite rose.|
You may recognize this from this Things I'm Loving Thursday post.
|Has anyone else noticed on dates that they never eat their dinner?|
Maybe it is just the way they edit it but that always really confuses me.
|You can guarantee there will be at least one of these this season.|
|And LOTS of these.|
|If you wish, feel free to have a "party night rose" looming over your event all night.|
|Add visual interest to your table by adding varying heights to objects.|
|So many yummy options.|