Throwing a bachelorette party can sometimes seem like a daunting task. You want to make sure you fit the bride’s idea of what she was hoping for, plus make sure that everyone enjoys themselves. Whether you are throwing the party of the year or having something small, themes are a great way to do something different and fun. For theme party ideas, we’ve put together a fantastic list to help find something everyone will love, especially the bride!
Traditional “Something Blue” Theme
The tradition states that if a bride wears blue on her wedding day it will bring her good luck. Throwing a traditional “something blue” themed bachelorette party is a great way to blend the old with the new. Have everyone dress in blue; eat blue foods (jell-o shots work great for this!) and drink blue cocktails. For the maid of honor, this type of themed party is a great place to give your best bride her “something borrowed”. This party is great for an outdoor gathering in the Lakes Area of northern Minnesota during the summer months.
The Black and White Party
An all white theme for a bachelorette party is the perfect way to let the bride stand out from the crowd. Have everyone where black, while the bride wears white. Go with all white decorations, flowers and food. Adding a beautiful tiara and sash to the bride’s outfit never hurt either. We highly recommend this theme for Minnesota winter wedding. Throw in some red roses for a spark of color.
Paging Madonna Circa 1980
For an extra fun bachelorette party theme, channel your favorite retro Madonna looks. Have the bride choose her look first. Everyone else can either go for glam or find a retro 80’s style outfit to wear. Make sure to use a ton of hair spray to tease your hair, add some blue eye-shadow with some neon accents and you’ll be set for a night of retro glam.
The masquerade theme blends the mysterious with glamorous in a flash. With the simple addition of a mask your party crew will be incognito at all your stops. Keep the rest of the theme glamorous as well by having everyone dress to the nine’s in their best LBD (Little Black Dress). These are great autumn weddings when the Minnesota air is crisp and masquerades are part of the fun.