Spent last week with my best friends from college so we could celebrate Ivy's wedding that's rounding the corner! There are 13 of us, and because 7 of the 13 are already married, we wanted to give this bachelorette weekend a different feel. So we themed it out. Like way out.
Our focal point. We made paper chains out of scrapbook paper and rigged a pink sheet to become our 'lingerie opening tent!'
We flew Laura in to make our cupcakes.
Kidding. But in all seriousness, she is the best baker.
I used pieces of cardboard and left over fabric to craft the 'Ivy + Drew' centerpiece. I'm all about working with what you have.
For dinner, we picked up dough from Whole Foods and made a variety of pizzas. Soo good.
Drinks: Roy Rojers and Shirley Temples.
Our Junior High Spread of candy, pizza and coke!
and I packaged smore's for later in the evening. What is it about individually wrapped things that is so darn cute?
Oh, we had LeighAnn
, the graphic designer of the group, make labels for each item. Her skills are ridiculous.
I came up with a new rendition of "Spin the Bottle" and LeighAnn made it happen. Ivy spun the bottle, it would land on a face, the person whose face it landed would draw out of a basket filled with questions and answers we asked Drew, if Ivy got it right, she'd spin again, if she got it wrong, she'd have to face the consequences.... ha ha ha! But trust me, the consequences were not bad!
A junior high party isn't complete with out a game of Twister!!
And our group would NOT be the same without our Melanie. She's living in Hong Kong with her husband. We skyped her in :)
It was a fantastic weekend. Thank you Jess for being such a gracious host and Leegs for rolling with the punches. Happy wedding Ivy! I love my friends.