DIY Bachelorette Welcome Bags!!

It may be the middle of the work week but I am still daydreaming about my weekend in Scottsdale!
My BFF is getting married in June so I've spent the past few months planning her the best bachelorette party imaginable!! Her sister/MOH took care of the location and reservations while I handled the decor and welcome bags! We asked the bride-to-be what theme she would like and she told us "cactus". There are so many fun ways to go with that - desert theme, green, tropical, etc. If you've been following along with my other parties, you already know that I chose TROPICAL because it's one of my favorite themes. We filled the house with cacti, flamingos, pink and green balloons, lots of La Croix, and personalized decor for the future Mrs (more to come on this).
In my opinion, no bachelorette party is complete without a little something to thank the guests for coming! I put together these super cute welcome bags for each of the ladies! 
Details below:

Traveling from MN -> AZ in the middle of winter meant we had to find an AirBnB with a pool! I incorporated these Flamingo Drink Floaties for use in and around the pool! They were a HIT! I ordered Cactus Hair Ties from Etsy to add in the cactus theme and of course, I had to include Lemon LaCroix as it is one of the bride's favorite drinks!!

Huge shoutout to Trish Allison Photography for  these amazing photos!

I made these itineraries for the weekend so everyone could plan what to pack and know what was in store for the weekend! I put one of these on every pillow before the ladies arrived. These really came in handy! :)

I hope you can use these ideas the next time you plan a bachelorette party!! Fingers crossed for warm weather! :D

XOXO, Karly


  1. At my wedding, all the guests (literally, all) told me how the food surpassed all expectations, since wedding food generally sucks. The brisket at wedding venues Los Angeles was mind-blowing. My husband also had some custom choices for food that the chef easily made and incorporated.

    1. Wow that's quite the compliment from your wedding guests! The next time I'm in LA, I'll see if I can try the food there!

      XOXO, Karly

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