Black and Gold Bachelorette

Black and gold are the hottest thing going right now. Customize unique graphic tees to go with your look. Create your own fashion for a bachelorette party or for everyday!

Black & Gold from Bridal Party Tees

Bombshell Bachelorette

Let’s Get Wild Flowy Tank

Sexy Black And White Tank

Black pumps

Mezi gold jewelry

Girls Night Out!

Check out this awesome lookbook we made over at Polyvore. We’re very excited about Polyvore because it allows us to showcase our items in an idealized setting, which is perfect because that’s how we imagine them being used when we design them! If you love Polyvore and love creating inspiring sets, please check out our BridalPartyTees account on Polyvore.

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Bride & Co. Tee

Final Fling Tank

Girls Night Out Tank

Bridal Entourage Tee

Team Bride Sexy Tank w/Back

H&M low rise skinny jeans
$48 –

Ted Baker metallic pants

Gold skirt
$26 –

Happy Movember

It’s November, which means that it’s time for the month-long event of growing a mustache known as Movember. While others may call it No Shave November, the purpose of Movember is to raise awareness of men’s health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer. Why not show your support (or love of mustaches) with some custom mustache shirts and accessories? We have plenty of designs to choose from, or you can customize your own!


Save the Date T-shirts!

If you’re planning a wedding, you want to make sure that your friends and family are able to attend. Therefore, it’s a good idea to send save the dates out in advance. Postcards and magnets are inexpensive ways to spread the word. But, if you’re looking to be a little more creative, as most brides are, what else can you do? Make custom save the date tees!

Customize some matching t-shirts at Bridal Party Tees by choosing your wedding colors and then adding your date, new last name, or any other message you please. Then, hire a rockin’ photographer (or, you know, a friend with a camera) to take photos of you and your groom.

You can even get your pet involved like this example we found on Tumblr!

Here are some of our favorite designs. Each can be completely customized!

Distressed Heart Tees Ringer Tees
Raglan Tees and Dog Tee Stealing His Last Name Tees

You can also put save the date designs on hats, shorts and sweatshirts! With so many options, we know you’ll be able to create save the dates that nobody will forget!

Unique Bachelorette Party Shirts

If you’re having a unique bachelorette party, then you’re going to want custom shirts that match your theme. At Bridal Party Tees, we have tons of art in our library, so you’re sure to find something that’s perfect for your event!

A wine tasting bachelorette party is a lot more low key than a crazy night of bar hopping!

A holiday, such as St. Patricks’s Day, is the perfect thing to plan your party around.

Pole dancing bachelorette parties are a great way to cut loose before the big day!

Trying something new, such as sky diving, is a definite way to have an experience that you will never forget! Taking one of our Team Bride tank tops and customizing the back makes for a great keepsake of the event!

What are you doing for your bachelorette party? Whatever you do, you should check out our collection of customized t-shirts for a fun way to celebrate!

Save-the-Date Ideas!

You may already be aware of the protocol for sending wedding invitations, however, “Save-the-Date” options can be a little more tricky. You want to make sure your friends and family are in the loop when it comes to your wedding, and sending a save-the-date is a great way to do this. Typically a save-the-date is sent approximately six months prior to the ceremony. Your save-the-date will be the first glimpse of your wedding, so it’s important for it to reflect the style of your ceremony. Below we have listed several ideas to help you brainstorm.

A Save-the-Date Calendar: Many brides-to-be are creating cards that look like a mini calendar month with the date of the wedding circled or decorated.

The Photo Strip: A cute, classic idea is to use a photo strip from a photo booth (similar to those seen on the boardwalk, or in a mall) with cute pictures, revealing the wedding date. One or our favorite ideas, is to have information regarding your wedding in each of the photos. In each of the four pictures hold up a sign or chalk board that says 1.) We’re getting married 2.) Save the Date 3.) July 30th 4.) Be There!

Customizable Refrigerator Magnets: You can customize a magnet with your names and the date in a unique design. It’s simple, and your guests will have their reminder right on the fridge! Check out our templates here!

Pretty and Unique: We like the idea of using pretty save-the-date designs on a fan or pinwheel!

Cookies: Some brides like the idea of a save-the-date cookie. If you choose this option it might be a good idea to send out a second reminder in case some of your friends have a sweet tooth and accidentally snack on it before writing down the date!

Color-Coodinate the Graphics: Including graphics or colors that coordinate with the season or location is always a great idea. Including pink and red flowers if you plan to marry in the springtime in a rose garden, or a card tied up with a piece of twine for an autumn soiree are simple ways to indicate details to your guests about your ceremony.

Stickers: We love the idea of save-the-date stickers that will fit in those tiny boxes in appointment books or desktop calendars! Or, check out some larger stickers to customize like we have here!

Love is in Bloom: You can also send your save-the-date on a personalized plantable seed card. This unique idea is not only eco-friendly, it’s also super affordable, averaging only $1.25 per card. This is perfect for spring weddings, and by the time it blooms it will be time to celebrate!

Mark the Date: A personalized bookmark with all the necessary save-the-date details can be made easily and inexpensively with a laser printer. You can punch a hole in them and add your own tassel and mail them off in a glassine envelope. This way, your guests can save the page, and your date!

Save-the-date options are endless, and a great way for your to get creative about your big day. So have fun, browse around and find an idea that best suits you!

Custom Bridal Sweatsuits

Shop Our Custom Bridal Sweatsuites!

Custom bridal apparel is becoming one of the most popular must haves before your big day. One trend that continues to grow in popularity, especially among celebs, is customizing sweatsuits. These sweatsuits have become essentials in elite weddings, and have transformed ordinary lounge wear into iconic fashion. Some would hold Juicy Couture responsible for this trend, but many brides are opting for more affordable alternatives. What was once limited to celebrities is now becoming a wedding staple for all brides.

One of the most memorable weddings featuring custom sweatsuits was the union of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline. The ceremony sparking this trend, took place on September 18, 2004. These one of a kind pieces weren’t limited to only the bride and groom. Both Britney and Kevin’s wedding entourages were spotted wearing custom suits.

Pink custom sweatsuits were also seen at the wedding of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott. Tori’s bridesmaids wore this custom apparel on May 7, 2006.

The trend has also become increasingly popular among reality television stars. Bethenny Frankel’s custom bridal sweatsuit resulted in some of the most memorable photographs taken of the glowing bride before her ceremony. Bethenny’s suit debuted the morning of her big day, outside of the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City on March 3, 2010.

Reality moguls Kim and Khloe Kardashian have also added to the sweatsuit craze after including custom bridal wear in both of their multimillion dollar weddings. Khloe Kardashian who married Lamar Odom of the LA Lakers, provided her bridesmaids with purple custom sweatsuits. Hers can even function as game day attire!

And in most recent marital bliss, Kim Kardashian was seen wearing her custom bridal sweatsuit before her wedding to Kris Humphries, this past August.

Fashion designer 22-year-old Petra Ecclestone – whose father is billionaire Formula One mogul Bernie Ecclestone, who is worth a cool $4 billion – married James Stunt at Odescalchi Castle in Italy on August 27, 2011. The wedding is thought to have cost around $7 million. Petra’s sister, 27-year-old Tamara Ecclestone, customized a bridal sweatsuit for her and her little sister and then tweeted her creation. Super cute and super inexpensive (even though I don’t think they really cared about the price!)

Luckily, this is one comfortable trend for brides that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. They’re customized, comfortable, and make getting ready for your big day a breeze. They also make great gifts for your bridal party. So visit our site and customize your personal bridal sweatsuit today!

Gift Ideas For Your Groom

It is an optional tradition for the bride and groom to exchange gifts the night before, or morning of the wedding. Sometimes couples give each other something to wear to the wedding (cuff links or a necklace), or maybe something for the honeymoon such as snorkeling gear, a golf club or a nice pair of sunglasses. It definitely doesn’t have to be anything major–it can be something as simple as exchanging letters the morning of the wedding or a simple frame with your favorite photo! Below we have listed the top ten gift ideas for your groom should you choose to honor this fun tradition! For all other pre-wedding needs check out Bridal Party Tees! We have tees for bachelorette parties, bridal parties, honeymoons, accessories, gifts and favors and more!

10. A Customized T-Shirt for the Bachelor Party: Surprise your groom with customized bachelor party tees for your groom and his friends! Check out some of our designs on Bridal Party Tees for ideas!

9. Engraved Photo Frame: Choose your favorite photo of the two of you and put it in an engraved photo frame! He can put it on his desk at work or dresser at home!

8. Flask: An engraved flask is a really fun and inexpensive keepsake for your groom!

7. Watch: Buying your groom a watch is a classic gift that he will appreciate. Chances are he just spent mega bucks on your engagement ring so why not help him step up his own jewelry collection with a fancy new watch?

6. Cufflinks: Most tuxedos come with a pair of cheap plastic cufflinks and studs that are hardly befitting of your stylish groom! Help him upgrade with a nice pair that he can wear for years to come!

5. Poker Night: Not everyone can afford a getaway weekend to Las Vegas for some gambling, so surprise your guy with a bottle of his favorite liquor, some music, and a poker set! Invite the boys and you’re done!

4. Fishing gear: Send him on a fishing trip with his boys and send him on his way with some new fishing gear! If he’s not a fisherman, the present could be airplane tickets, football tickets, camping gear, or keys to a rental cabin.

3. Digital camera: There are going to be lots of experiences in the years to come that you both want to capture. Buying him a new digital camera will ensure that these memories get recorded! You can even take it with you on your honeymoon!

2. New iPod or accessory: If your guy loves gadgets and music, an iPod might make for a perfect gift! Does he already have one? Maybe get him an armband case so that he can listen hands-free while he’s at the gym!

1. Adventure Sports: Getting married is one of the biggest adventures of your life! If the groom has an interest in adventure sports, capitalize on that and get him a gift certificate for the two of you to do something thrilling! It could be skydiving, white water rafting or rock climbing!

Top 10 Wedding Planning Tips

Below we have listed the top 10 most helpful wedding planning tips to get you started on your wedding preparations! For all other pre-wedding needs check out Bridal Party Tees! We have tees for bachelorette parties, bridal parties, honeymoons, accessories, gifts and favors and more!

1. Get a Grip on the Guest List: One of the first and most helpful things you and your fiance can do to start planning is to get a grip on the approximate number of guests you’re inviting. The number of guests will play a huge role in your budgeting, choice of venue, and meal selection.

2. Don’t be Afraid to Name Your Terms: Almost anything is negotiable with vendors. It’s perfectly acceptable (and smart) to say “I would really love to have you, but my budget doesn’t allow for this. Is there any way we can make this work?”

3. Step by Step: Put together a wedding planning schedule and get things done one-by-one in logical order so you don’t take on too much too soon. Don’t design your cake before you’ve chosen your flowers, don’t hire vendors before you’ve confirmed your date, etc.

4. Keep a Paper Trail: Make sure you get any nonstandard charges to your agreement in writing or send the vendor a confirmation email. Don’t take anyone on their word alone-by the time the wedding rolls around they might not be working for the company anymore.

5. Make a Binder: In a three-ring binder, compile all your correspondences with vendors, notes you make during meetings, and photos or magazine ads you want vendors to see. You can even set up a special email account dedicated to your wedding.

6. Set the Style: The style of a wedding sets the tone for the remainder of the planning and influences the budget, the guest list and all events involved. The merging of differing but coordinating images and items will influence events such as the rehearsal dinner, reception and even showers and bachelor/bachelorette parties.

7. Compromise: Remember that while your wedding is your special day, it’s also your fiance’s special day! Try to do as much of the planning together as possible. This way you’re both happy (and aware) of the decisions that are being made and it will help you stick to a budget!

8. Have a Stress Reliever: While planning a wedding can be one of the most fun things you’ll ever do, it can also be very stressful, and even cause you and your fiance to fight over petty things. Find an activity that calms you down and relieves stress like going on a bike ride, getting a massage, or hitting the gym.

9. Don’t be Afraid to Ask for Help: It’s not a sign of weakness or incompetence to ask for help when planning your wedding. It can be a huge, daunting task so there is no shame in asking for a little help! Look into hiring a consultant, attend bridal shows, read bridal blogs, or seek help from a close friend you know who enjoys event planning.

10. Have Fun: Remember to personalize your wedding! This is all about you! So have fun, laugh, be humble, and enjoy planning this once-in-a-lifetime

Fall Wedding Ideas

Fall is quickly becoming the most popular season for weddings! The weather isn’t stifling hot, the colors are rich, the food is decadent and there are lots and lots of themes to choose from! Listed below are some ideas to help you plan your fall wedding! For all other pre-wedding needs check out Bridal Party Tees! We have tees for bachelorette parties, bridal parties, honeymoons, accessories, gifts and favors and more!

Textured Linens: Fall wedding decor is all about texture! Tablecloths in materials like velvet, quilted or ruched silk, linen, or even ultrasuede are a great way to add texture and depth to your wedding decor. Use fabric with a crimped look or multiple layers. suggests organza embroidered with bits of chenille, or layer two tablecloths (think sheer velvet on top of taffeta).

Dramatic Glass: To add a fashionable and unique touch to tabletops, try using black glass or crystal. You can even fill them with champagne-colored flowers to heighten the drama!

Add a Touch of White: When considering your fall wedding flowers, you might want to add white flowers to the mix. Brides typically choose oranges, reds and browns for their fall wedding colors, so adding white makes these colors pop! Not only will this make rich fall hues stand out, but it will modernize your look!

Textured Wedding Flowers: The latest trend in fall wedding flowers is lush, richly hued arrangements with lots of interesting texture. Think densely packed, dome-shaped bouquets in a color scheme such as red, brick and plum.

Fall Wedding Cake Ideas: Make the most of the season by picking cakes with distinct fall flavors. Instead of traditional white cake, consider a pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting or a spice cake with blackberry filling and cream cheese frosting. For a lighter cake that will still remind guests of fall, go for an almond lemon cake with lemon frosting and filling.

Fall Favor Ideas: Send your guests home on the right note with some festive fall favors! You could treat them to caramel apples, autumnal-shaped chocolates, apple cider mix, pumpkin spice soaps, or apple butter!

Think Beyond the Pumpkin: Just because you’re having a fall wedding doesn’t mean you have to incorporate pumpkins in your decor! Since it’s harvest season any grains like wheat and millet add atmosphere. Wine or champagne grapes and fruit like apples, pears and pomegranates will also highlight the fall in a non-pumpkin way!

Centerpiece Ideas: For tall reception pieces try willow branches and plenty of fall flowers like fresh dahlias, sunflowers, and calla lilies. For a more formal fall arrangement, try dark roses and calla lilies. Also, add a few small votive candles to each table for warmth.