How to Make Your Own Bachelorette Shirts

by Angela Reinholz

Decorate a white t-shirt for a bachelorette party.

beautiful brunette in sunglasses and red shorts image by Kevin Browne from Fotolia.com

Items you will need

  • White t-shirts
  • Fake gemstones
  • Fabric markers
  • Glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Glitter

Bachelorette parties give the bride a fun night before getting married. These parties usually involve members of the bridal party and the bride's closest girl friends. Creating homemade bachelorette shirts for the party helps to keep everyone feeling festive. It also lets the maid of honor show her creative side and gives all the women who attend the party a souvenir to remember the night.

Step 1

Purchase several white t-shirts in various sizes. Check with everyone who plans on attending the party to see what size they want. Order these shirts ahead of time or buy them at a craft store so they are on hand the night of the party.

Step 2

Purchase fabric markers, fake gemstones, glitter, a glue gun and glue sticks. Make sure to get a variety of colors so that every shirt looks unique.

Step 3

Decorate each white shirt by writing words like “Bride to be” or “Maid of Honor” on it. Funny slogans and nicknames can also be written across the shirt. Get creative and use different colors for each member of the bridal party.

Step 4

Use the glue gun to glue the fake gemstones onto the t-shirts. A variety of colors will add a real splash of decoration to the shirts.

Step 5

Add glitter by using the glue gun to put glue on the shirt and then spreading glitter on the glue. This will bring additional sparkle if needed. The glitter will help to draw attention to the shirt and make it sparkle.

Tips

  • Some members of the party might want to decorate their own t-shirts. Invite them over to decorate shirts the night before the party so that the shirts have time to dry.

Warnings

  • Hand wash the shirts so that the decorations do not come off in the washer or dryer.

Photo Credits

  • beautiful brunette in sunglasses and red shorts image by Kevin Browne from Fotolia.com

About the Author

Angela Reinholz is a full-time freelance writer. Reinholz started writing professionally in 2007, specializing in animals and social work with some branching off into legal matters. She has a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Southern New Hampshire University and an associate degree in network administration from McIntosh College, located in Dover, N.H.