Getting married? Let’s make a bachelorette party invitation, also lovingly called a hens party, with our Cricut Maker!
Don’t you love the foil acetate envelope?! These are perfect for hand delivery, or you can use the sticker paper to make lovely wrap address labels!
Why Brides Need A Cricut Maker
Do you own a Cricut Maker? In my humble opinion, if you’re getting married, there is no better craft tool for a bride to purchase to make your day exactly the way you want it to be.
From making lovely Save The Date cards to the moment you are showered with love and whisked away on your honeymoon, owning a Cricut Maker will help you plan and personalize every single detail of your big day.
Here’s a list of just a few of the things you can make with your Maker:
- Save The Date Cards
- Bridesmaid Invitation Boxes
- Wedding Invitations and Envelope Personalization
- Bride Tribe T-shirts
- Bridal Shower
- Bachelorette Party Invitation & T-shirts
- Bridesmaid Brunch & Gifts
- Wedding Reception Welcome Sign
- Reception Table Numbers
- Wedding Cake Topper
- Wedding Favors Personalization
- Send-off Tags
- Just Married Car Decorations
- Thank You Cards
Supplies To Make A Bachelorette Party Invitation
One of the things I love about making cards or invitations with my Cricut Maker is Cricut Design Space and Cricut Access. With these two tools, you can literally make anything you want. There are hundreds of fonts and thousands of images.
You’ll need a few things to make this confetti cut card that is available in Cricut Design Space right now!
- Cricut Maker
- Foil Acetate, Metallic Sampler
- Kraft Board Sampler (White Cardstock)
- Scoring Wheel
- Standard Mat, Green
- Midnight Black Pen, 0.4
- Optional: Sticker Paper (for address labels)
- Optional: Clear Sticker Paper (for envelope closure)
How To Make An Invitation With Cricut Maker
- Design – Open my Cricut Design Space project, and personalize for your bachelorette invitation! You can choose any font you like, any color you like, any paper you like. You can make it completely your own. That is the beauty of Cricut Maker!
- Write and Cut – My invitation is cut from the black and white cardstock in the Kraft sampler. If you like the pen look, just modify the text and select cut. But you’ll notice I also have a cut version of the introduction text. If you prefer it, cut it out of black cardstock.
- Score and Cut – For the envelope, you’ll need one sheet of acetate per envelope. Insert the 0.1 scoring wheel and follow the prompts to switch to the blade when it’s ready. (TIP: I like to tape my edges down with clear tape. Or use a brand new mat. The acetate is a great product, but is sturdy so it sometimes slips when not taped down.)
- Assemble – bend along the scoring lines and close with a clear round sticker.
- Address – if you’re mailing your invitations, use white sticker paper and the pen tool, or the print then cut option, to address your envelopes.
Have fun on your big night out with the girls!
More Cricut Wedding Ideas
- Make A Wedding Cake Topper With Cricut Maker
- Make A Cricut Wedding Sign – FREE Welcome SVG
- Wedding Stationary You Can Personalize
- Honeymoon “Just Married” Tote
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, create and celebrate!
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