DIY party invitations should be as fun to make as they are to receive. Pineapples have been such a party hit this summer. Fill this DIY invite to a tropical-themed bachelorette party with candies, confetti, or silly favors.
Speaking of confetti, invite your gal pals to a bachelorette party via an explosion of that glittering paper. Create a garland invite and tuck inside the popper, or just put the details on the exterior label, as shown here.
Where there is a bachelorette party, there are bound to be a few hangovers. Prepare your friends for the aftermath of the crazy fun with an invitation on the inside of a handy hangover kit.
With a spirited play on words hinting at an evening spent with bros and beers, these hammer invitations are certainly creative.
Bag of Peanuts
Are the fellas headed to a ball game for his bachelor party? Invite them with a bag of roasted peanuts with the invitation details printed on the outside.
For the traditionalist groom, a bachelor party without cigars just wouldn't be right. Print out an invite and line the top of the box, or simply add the details to a gift tag.
For a bookworm bride, perhaps nothing is quite so appropriate as a literary shower. This library themed invitation is easy to make yourself.
Planning a bridesmaid tea? This sweet tea bag with personalized printed label is very cute. For a matching favor idea, have guests create their own tea blend from a selection of teas and herbs.
Put a Bow On It
This origami bow is so much easier than it looks. Create dynamic DIY party invitations in different papers, either making an assortment of unique combinations or sticking to one design.
As if donuts need to look more inviting! Try this cute colorblock technique with delicious powdered donuts and send them out to invite your besties to a bridal shower or bridesmaid brunch.