A good friend of mine is getting married next FRIDAY! So soon, and I am so happy for her. This couple deserves the best and I hope them all the happiness in California!
I was invited to her surprise (short notice) bachelorette party. When I arrived, I would have never guessed it was planned in less than a week. The friends of the bride did an AMAZING job with food and dessert. I had a lot of fun, and was very happy to be a part of such a fun surprise!
The bride thought she was just coming for a casual dinner, when really… it was her surprise bachelorette party! While this wasn’t a “typical” bachelorette party we still had a great time; good drinks, good games, and great company. I was glad to meet some new girls, and they were so nice and sweet to me!
As a last minute gift, I grabbed the brides favorite wine and decided to decorate it in the colors of her wedding and bouquet. I also made a cup to go with :)
Here we go:
Items I used: glitter, mod podge, alcohol bottle, paint brush, glue, rhinestones, ribbon, sharpie, wine glass (or any glass you prefer)
I used sticky back rhinestones, so I did not have to use glue for this. That saved me SO much time, and they stuck surprisingly well. They would not make it through a dish washer, but you still have a wine glass to use after.
The bottle was very easy to make, but I forgot to take pictures of every step… basically you:
1) paint the bottle, I used acrylic paint. It took me three coats of the dark purple
2) Once the paint is dry, I mixed my glitter with mod podge and painted it on
3) Decorate however you would like. I used ribbon, rhinestones (not sticky back-so those were super glued on) and some little flowers. I made sure to save a space in the middle for us to sign…
Here is how we emptied the bottle…
Moscato, 7-up, and raspberries… YUMMY