Monday, April 18, 2011

Bachelorette Party T-Shirts Round 2

If you make your friend T-shirts for her bachelorette party, she will love you.  And it's not that hard.  Come on people, let's do this.

1-Buy some t-shirts when they go on sale.  (This time I bought mine from AC Moore and they were on sale 4 for $10).
2-Then con your friends/co-bridesmaids into t-shirt making craft day. 
3-Bring some puffy paint and anything else you have on hand.
4-One of your friends will have much better handwriting than the other two.  Get her to write the theme or slogan on all of the shirts.  Go for something simple, like Team (insert Bride's Nickname).  The other two bad handwriters will then decorate the shirt with drawings, quotes, and designs.  Be sure to draw a life-like picture of the bride on her t-shirt.  Include any accessories that the bride can't live with out.  For example if she is really into texting, then include a drawing of her cell phone.

5-If the bride's sister is prego and will be attending the shower be sure to make her t-shirt say something like 'Baby Mama' with an arrow pointing to the belly area.  Very classy.

6-If your friend lives in Las Vegas and can't attend, then make her a shirt too, but make it more inappropriate than the others since she won't actually be wearing it out with you to the nail salon.  I "lost" the pics I had of Mo Young's T-shirt.   Ooops.

So that's pretty much it.  You can make the bride put on her shirt as soon as you arrive at her house to kidnap her for the evening (that's what everyone does, right?)


Amanda @ It's Blogworthy said...

Why didn't someone make a shirt for me that said "baby mama!" on it when i was preg? *pouts*

Hutch said...

You know I love the homemade T-shirts!

Jenni said...

I love my shirt! I also really loved Kelly's "Baby Mama" shirt. I am happy to report that it made it through the wash intact. It did much better being washed than my Cobb shirt.

Mo Young said...

Yes, I've never heard/seen my name rhymed in such a non-PG way! Great decor on the shirt.

And yes, T-Shirts are an awesome part of the batch day! Good job Team Brayer!