Countdown to Lockdown – Bachelorette Party

Countdown to Lockdown

The  2016 wedding season is here and that of course means it’s time to start planning Bachelorette parties for all the brides-to-be! We always love unique and fresh party ideas—  so when one of our customers placed an order for a bachelorette party favor labels with the text “Countdown to Lockdown”  we were inspired to put together our own favor along with a free printable that tied together with the theme!

To get started we gathered a few jail-inspired bachelorette necessities —

Tattoos. Check. Classic black + white prison-wear inspired stripes. Check. Mugshot signage for photos. Check.  Nail polish + file . Check. Lipstick. Check. Alcohol (of course!). Triple check! — and then we were ready to create some Evermine labels and tags for the finished look. We used a mix of three of our label and tag styles in a black, white and hot pink color palette to keep everything coordinated.

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What you’ll need:


• DIY PAPER POM POMS (see tutorial)

• GOLD TATTOOS – Jess of the Etsy shop the Bachelorettes provided us with some shimmery gold tattoos that were the perfect addition to our favor.


CUSTOM LIPSTICK LABELS – size 03 labels in “Royal Suite” style in hot pink

PIN-BACK BUTTONS – we selected “Modern Museo” style in Tuxedo + the “Moracco” style in hot pink for the bachelorette


• THIN, WIRED RIBBON for tying polish to nail files (we used a gold ribbon)

• WIDE, SATIN RIBBON for tying a bow onto the wine glasses, and also for tying to wine bottles

• COTTON STRING for attaching tag to large bow on wine glasses

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SQUARE HANG TAGS – size 01 hang tags in “Morocco” in bright pink


CUSTOM WINE LABELS – shape 17 “Morocco” style in bright pink

Download the FREE printable here.

Chana Scop (92 Posts)

Chana is a proud wife and mother of eight living in Mill Valley, California. She is inspired by the colors and textures of every day life and loves sharing her creative ideas with her community. Chana writes DIY projects, crafts and recipes celebrating her Jewish faith and shlichus on her blog, Chana's Art Room and is the co-director of Chabad of Mill Valley with her husband, Rabbi Hillel Scop.

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