There are few things as exciting as planning a wedding – except for planning a bachelorette party! It’s the perfect opportunity to let loose with your best friends, and celebrate womanhood before your girl’s big day. But figuring out the details can be a little daunting.
That’s why we’ve gathered some of the best bachelorette party themes so you can celebrate your soul sisters in style!
Bachelorette Party Themes to try in 2022
Whether you’re looking for party ideas that are a little more sophisticated, focused on fun, or just wild and crazy, we have some of the best party ideas to help kickstart your plans. Take a look at our themes for your 2022 bachelorette party.
Bachelorette Theme Ideas
If you’re having trouble planning a party, sometimes picking a theme is the best place to start. Here are some of the most unique bachelorette themes that you can use as a jumping-off point while planning your bachelorette party. Just pick a theme that your bride-to-be will love, and the rest of the planning should fall into place.
If you and the bride-to-be have been friends for a while, you probably have a few memories from spring-breaks past. What better way to honor your former party days than with the palm fronds and pastels of a Palm Springs vacay?
Check out our ideas for a Palm Springs-themed bachelorette party.
Black & White Party
If your bride-to-be likes glamor and sophistication, you can hardly go wrong with a classic black and white themed party. This classy bachelorette party theme is an elegant yet easy way to rig up a party theme that anyone can take part in. After all, who doesn’t have a black or white dress?
If your bachelorette party is made up of a smaller close-knit group of friends, why not try a road trip party? It’s a great way to celebrate the wild days of youth before settling into married life.
Girls Night In
If you prefer your party to be more on the chillaxed, stay inside, cozy-up-with-movies-and-snacks kinda vibe, a girls night in themed bachelorette party might be the right choice for you.
Girls Night OUT
But maybe your bride-to-be and fellow gals are more into partying hard and spending a night out on the town? If so, ditch your local dive bar and check out these unique ideas for what to do if you’re having a girl’s night out.
It may not be February 14th, but what better theme to celebrate an engagement than the official holiday of love, Valentine’s Day?
Believe it or not, not all brides-to-be want to party it up right before their big day. Instead, they might want to do the opposite – relax and pamper themselves! And what group of girls wouldn’t enjoy a pampering party, with your very own pampering stations, aromatherapy treatments, and wine-tasting?
A 90s-Themed Party
If your bride-to-be is anywhere between 20 and 40 years old, why not treat her to a childhood blast from the past? Jump straight into the nostalgia with some rad 90s themed decorations.
Fun in Fall
If the wedding is taking place around September to December, why not throw a Fall-themed bachelorette party? You’ll automatically have a set color palette for outfits and decorations, as well as ideas for food and games.
If your girl gang is looking for a more casual, close-knit bachelorette party, why not turn it into a games night? All you need is some board games, a few bottles of good wine or liquor, and maybe some prizes to ramp up the competition!
Pretty in Pink
You don’t have to be a kid to love the color pink – there are plenty of adults who still love it too! Not to mention, it works perfectly with many of the bachelorette party decorations and accessories you’ll find in local stores. A pink-themed party is simple, pretty, and sure to bring out the girly girls in the bridesmaids and bride-to-be.
Bachelorette Party Outfit Themes
No bachelorette party is complete without some hilarious, wacky, or sexy outfits! Check out these fun outfit theme ideas for your partygoers to try.
If you’re celebrating a coming wedding during summer, why not throw a bachelorette pool party? Everyone has a bikini or swimsuit at home, so no one has to overthink their outfit. Then just get some themed floats and set up a pina colada stand and you’re good to go!
St. Patricks Day
If your bachelorette party is taking place in March, why not throw a St. Patrick’s day themed party? Make green the official outfit color, and your guests can add some four-leafed clovers if they want to be true to tradition. Plus, it’s an easy excuse to have another beer or a shot of whisky!
Pair ‘Em Up!
These DIY couple costumes can be platonic too! Before the party, pair up your friends and have them dress up as a matching combo costume – whether it’s ‘Netflix’ & ‘Chill’, or Salt & Pepper, dressing up as a duo is usually easier than doing a single costume. Encourage people to use their imagination!
Rewind to the 70s
Who doesn’t love the 70s? It’s the perfect excuse to pull out your flared jeans and John Lennon glasses and string some flowers through your hair. You can even get the girls together for a trip to the thrift store to prepare for the bachelorette party! Check out these 70’s-themed party tips for more costume ideas.
If the 70s aren’t your thing, no problem – just fast-forward ten years to the 80s! Big hair, neon-legwarmers, blue eyeshadow, there’s no end to the outfit inspirations from this most outrageous era. It’s sure to be a funny bachelorette party theme. Take it a step further and have your bridesmaids and guests dress up as characters from their favorite 80s movies. It’s sure to be a hit!
If your wedding party can’t make it to Hawaii, why not bring Hawaii to your bachelorette party? Have your crew dress up in lei or Hawaiin shirts and use some of these ideas for a perfect summer luau.
Extra Additions For Your Bachelorette Party
If you’ve already chosen your Bachelorette party theme, or are just looking for some extra ideas to spice up the night for you and your girlfriends, here are some party
A Home Cocktail Bar (Just for the Girls)
Can you really have a bachelorette party without a slew of complicated cocktails with funny names? Spoil your gal pals with a home cocktail bar so you can serve up all your favorite drinks without having to keep an eye on the tab.
Bachelorette Dipping Bar
Dipping bars might a favorite for the guys during sports season, but us girls get hungry too! Set up a sumptuous dipping bar for your party, for when your guests get peckish. You can spritz it up a little by adding fondu or chocolate dipping sauce and strawberries in place of the BBQ sauce and chicken chips.
Bachelorette Party Games
If you’re throwing your bachelorette party at home, why not set up some bachelorette party games? Hilarious games like Bra Pong and Pin the Kiss on the Groom will be sure to keep your maids of honor thoroughly entertained.
Glitter Champagne Jello-Shots
Bust out the vodka and edible glitter with these glitter champagne jello shots! These fantastically fun jello shots in pill form will go down a treat, and you can make a non-alcoholic version for your teetotaling friends too.
Jolly Rancher Shots
Taste the rainbow with these jello shots made from Jolly Rancher gelatin, the perfect pairing for the glitter champagne jello pills mentioned above. Use a silicone heart mold and you’ll have the perfect bite-sized alcohol symbol of love and matrimony.
A Feast for the Bride-To-Be
If you’re running short on food ideas for your bachelorette party, look no further than these party food ideas for large groups. These crowd-pleasing appetizers and mains will look sophisticated on the serving table and still be hoovered up by your hungry bridesmaids.
A Day of Wine-Tasting
Going wine tasting for the day is a classic bachelorette party activity – just make sure you and the girls don’t taste too much! Be the group’s wine connoisseur and resident fancy pants with our top wine-tasting tips.
If your bachelorette party is going to take place over the course of a day, why not spend the first half on more wholesome activities? Use these 20 creative places for adult parties to inspire your day out with the girls.
Make Your Bachelorette Party Special
Planning a bachelorette party can feel like a lot of pressure, but you don’t need to feel overwhelmed! Your guests are there to a) celebrate the bride, and b) have plenty of fun! If you can provide those two things, you’ll knock it out of the park.
Finding the right party themes and ideas is a simple way to make the party planning process go smoothly, and these bachelorette party themes are sure to be a hit. Don’t forget to check out