I could go on and on about how much I love Etsy for custom or semi-custom designed invitations. To read exactly why Etsy is a great place to look for designs for printed invitations, read my previous post on bridal shower invitations.
Bachelorette parties are enjoying a renaissance right now – they are often more complex than bachelor parties, and run the gamut from classy girls’ weekends to… well, let’s just say the other side of classy. Etsy is a treasure trove of fun and flirty bachelorette invite designs. Here are a few of my favorites! All range in price from $15 to $23, and most are for the digital file only – you then take them to a printer of your choice. Editors note: All Etsy sellers were active at time of publication.
If the plans for the bachelorette include a night on the town, this invite is perfect because it’s bright, glittery, and reminiscent of party lights. Via LaLunaDesigns:
There are some girls who love all the attention during a bachelorette – they wear the “Bride to Be” sash or tiara as a badge of honor as they party the night away without looking back. Such is the ideal bride for this fun and sassy bachelorette invite. Via Oh So Party:
I love this fun black and pink invitation – the sexy high heels are the focal point and that’s all you need! Via Oh So Party:
Thanks to the Leonardo DiCaprio movie, The Great Gatsby has been all over the place and is on the verge of being overplayed, but I still like this invitation because it doesn’t have to be for a Great Gatsby themed affair, it could just be a sophisticated, cosmopolitan invite. Via Apple Invitations (who also designed the top invitation):
I love this fun and casual martini style invitation. Not every bachelorette party needs to be a long weekend and this invitation is perfect for those parties. Via Apple Invitations:
For a fun, cheeky invite, I love this one – mechanical bull not required! Via Pretty My Party:
Most of the listings are for a digital file that you take to the printer of your choice, but this one is for an actual printed invitation and you can see why. How adorable! A lace up corset! It’s both sweet and sexy. There is a $10 design fee, and then each invitation and envelope is $5. I’m sure every guest – and the bride – would hold on to these as keepsake. Via Meghan Henry Design:
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