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Nautical-Inspired Bachelorette Party


I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but lately I have become quite the party animal.

I’ve helped plan a bridal shower, bachelorette party…and am getting ready to share some more parties with you in the next few weeks. It’s a crazy party-filled life…but someone’s gotta do it. And I’ll gladly accept the task.

Today, it’s time to share another one of these parties with you…the Nautical-Inspired Bachelorette Party {which is a spin-off of the colorful nautical-inspired bridal shower in case you were wondering ;)}. So welcome aboard…sit back and enjoy the pics!

Naut Bach Party 20

Naut Bach Party 1

Naut Bach Party 15

Naut Bach Party 2

Naut Bach Party 14

Naut Bach Party 6

Naut Bach Party 8

Naut Bach Party 7

Naut B Party

Naut Bach Party 3

Naut Bach Party 10

Naut Bach Party 11

Naut Bach Party 19

Naut Bach Party 12

Naut Bach Party 17

I have lots of details to share about this bachelorette party {like why we decided to hang underwear on a white rope}…but I thought it would be more fun for you to check out all the pics first, rather than listen to me ramble on and on 🙂

I’ll save all the nautical-inspired bachelorette party details for next week.

Have a great day!


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  • Tina

    Hey girl where did you buy the sailor hats that y’all wrote bride’s mates on?

    • Hi Tina! They are from Shindigz. Here is the link: 🙂

      • cassi

        HI! Where did you get the gold anchors that go on the hats?

        • Hi Cassi! The anchors are wooden cut-outs from Michael’s then we sprayed painted them gold and added glitter to them 🙂

          • cassi

            Thank you! Also, what kind of pink paint is that? I saw that you also used that on your sing. I love it!!

          • You’re welcome! That is some very old hot pink puffy paint, haha! Seriously, it was in a box full of old paint from my high school cheerleading days. But, you can find that anywhere and apparently it lasts forever too. Bonus! 🙂

  • Angela

    Did you make the gold glitter anchors for the hats and the banner or did you buy somewhere? If you bought them, where did you get them?

    • Hi Angela! The gold anchors are wooden cut-outs from Michael’s. Then we added gold spray paint and glitter to them. The banner is also homemade. For that we found different colors of scrapbook paper, bought a thin white rope (you can find something like this in the ribbon section at Hobby Lobby or any craft store), and then added gold glitter to the letters. Hope this helps 🙂

  • Cynthia

    Hey! I love everything about the decorations! The decorations hanging from the ceiling on the left and right of the banner, how did you do that? i love it!