Our bachelorette party invitations are absolutely FREE. Each invite comes with a similarly-designed thank you card and blank card. Be sure to check them out!
Enjoy our theme-based bachelorette party invitations, bachelorette party thank you cards, and other bachelorette cards in your favorite bachelorette party theme! Throwing a bridal shower? Our bridal shower invitations are also worth checking.
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~We have a new bachelorette theme suggestion from Magdalena of Whistler, British Columbia:
Mary Antoinette Theme: All the ladies wore corsets, tutus, lace, feathers, high heels, and were encouraged to indulged!...in everything!
You can check out the rest of the ideas here.
~A bachelorette party need not be all about sexy dancing men. Although a lot of hen parties are still naughty and sexy, more brides nowadays prefer a clean bachelorette party, and golf-themed bachelorettes in particular, are becoming more popular.
Maybe she just love the sport, or you think she and your other friends will enjoy playing mini golf or even the real deal. Either way, if you opted for this theme, you need not worry about your party activities. And with our new golf themed invitation bachelorette party, your invitations is another thing you need not worry about.
~If you are hosting a bachelorette party soon and is still looking for a great and clean party activity, we have just added more free bachelorette party game ideas that you might want to check out. Have fun searching/hunting for words that are associated to bachelorettes and weddings with our new Bachelorette Word Search game.
How to use our bachelorette party invitations:
Download our image by right-clicking on the image, and choosing Save Picture As. Save image to C:\Images folder.
Insert your chosen invitation in a blank Microsoft Word document. You can do this by choosing Insert > From File and then browsing to C:\Images and choosing the right invitation image.
Insert a text box by choosing Insert > Textbox > Horizontal. A text box should appear in your document.
Double click on the text box and ensure that in the Colors and Lines tab, the Fill-Color section says No Fill and Lines-Color section says No Lines.
You can then move the text box such that it overlaps the image you inserted before. Just move the text box to the lined spaces, click on the text box, and type in your details. Feel free to customize your font type, size and color.
You can use one text box per invitation field (eg. One for date, another for the time field). This will make it way easier for you to align your text to the image text.
Once the necessary fields are filled up, you can just highlight the image plus your text and make another copy in the same document. In this manner, you can print the document with two invitations, instead of just one.
Or if you would rather email this invitation to your friends, just copy image + text to Photoshop or your preferred image editor and save it as JPEG. Your invitation is now ready to be emailed!