Your Ultimate Guide to Bachelorette Party Invitations

The what, where and when of invites.
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Updated Apr 28, 2023
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The bachelorette party is one of the most fun prewedding activities (IMO). The bride gets to celebrate with her closest friends and family (and enjoy good food and drinks, cute outfits and fun activities). But before you plan the bash, make the guest list—which means sending bachelorette party invitations. Lucky for you, we know just where to shop for pretty stationery and fun digital bachelorette party invitations. Plus, we're sharing tips on what to put on a bachelorette party invitation and when to ship them (or email them) out, so this to-do is a breeze. You're welcome.

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Where to Buy Bachelorette Party Invitations

Whether you're looking for paper invitations or bachelorette party e-vites, these retailers offer a wide range of designs and customization options, plus boast some pretty great reviews. Friends and family of the bride won't be able to say "no" when they receive your correspondence from one of these top shops for bachelorette invites.

  • Minted: Minted's bachelorette party invitations are designed by independent artists and graphic designers and, thus, vary in style. So whether you're looking for something simple or flashy, you'll find it here. All the stationery can be personalized through countless color, text and silhouette options, and some even allow foil details. The price of each card depends on your customization selections as well as the paper type and quantity purchased. On average, you'll spend about $5-$6 per invite if you order 10 on their signature card stock. Stationery from Minted is typically delivered within 4 to 7 business days via standard shipping, but you can pay for as early as 2-day shipping to get it faster. Just note, first they'll need to approve your digital proof which takes an additional 2 business days.

  • Etsy: Etsy is a great place to shop for both physical, printed invitations and online bachelorette party invitation templates. Lots of Etsy sellers offer completely customizable designs for about $5 to $10 for a single PDF file—you'll just have to pay for printing and shipping to the recipients yourself. With such a large marketplace, you'll be able to find lots of invite ideas to match your bachelorette party theme. We just recommend reading reviews before buying and looking for Star Seller and Etsy's Pick badges to ensure you're getting the best quality product.

  • Zazzle: If you're looking for a wide variety of bachelorette party invite designs for an affordable price, Zazzle is a great place to shop. Their selection of customizable templates seems to be endless, with most options falling in the $2 to $3 range. Better still, the website has collections for popular bachelorette weekend destinations—like Nashville, Charleston and Miami—so you can find something on-budget and on-theme.

  • Basic Invite: For sweet and simple bachelorette party invites, shop Basic Invite. Their clean, yet charming invitation templates can be personalized with new colors, text and even foil details. Best of all, they're very affordable, with designs available for under $1 each (depending on your customization and quantity ordered).

  • Mixbook: Haven't found what you're looking for yet? Check out Mixbook. You can start with a blank card to completely design your own bachelorette invitations. Choose the size, format (flat or folded), trim and paper type, then edit the template with your bach weekend greeting. You can choose the photo and text layout as well as add cute clipart. Your custom design includes white envelopes in the price, but you could upgrade to create your own envelopes printed with the guests' addresses.

Bachelorette Party Invitation Wording Ideas

Wondering what to put on a bachelorette party invitation? Start with a hook! Perhaps something that rhymes, like: "Last fling before the ring." Then, give the deets. Make sure to include the date, time, location and how to RSVP. With that said, let's get into it! From sweet to funny bachelorette party invitation wording, here's all the inspiration you need to customize the text on your chosen invites. (Feel free to copy and paste.)

  • Kiss the Miss goodbye! You're invited to [name]'s bachelorette party on [date] at [location]. We can't wait to celebrate with you.

  • Let's celebrate [name] with a bachelorette party! Hope to see you there.

  • [Name]'s last disco! Join us for a groovy bachelorette weekend.

  • Cheers to the bride-to-be! You're invited to a bachelorette party honoring [name].

  • Party time! You're invited to [name]'s bach bash.

  • Last ride before she's a bride. Join us for a weekend in Nashville to celebrate [name].

  • Toes in the sand, ring on their hand. We can't wait to celebrate [name] in [location] with you.

  • They said "yes," we said "Vegas!" You're invited to [name]'s bachelorette weekend. We hope you're feeling lucky.

  • You're invited to a bachelorette party in honor of the bride-to-be, [name]. We hope you can make it!

  • Vino before vows. Please join us for a wine tasting in honor of [name]'s bachelorette party.

When to Send Bachelorette Party Invitations

You should send official bachelorette party invitations 4 to 6 months before the event. While this may be earlier than you expected, it's important to give guests lots of leeway to budget their time and money for the bash—especially if it's a destination bachelorette party. Plus, once you have an official guest count, you'll be able to finalize travel and hotel accommodations as well as activities. If you haven't decided on a theme or specific location yet, but you know the dates of the bachelorette party, it's okay to email or text invitees the plan so far so they can save the date ahead of the official invitation.

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