If you’re planning a Kissing Single Life Goodbye party for the bride-to-be, here are some simple party ideas for cupcakes, cocktails, decorations and (of course) favors.
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Whether you bake your own or pick up plain cupcakes at a local bakery or the grocery store, these cute candy lips can be sprinkled on the frosting to match your theme. Each pack contains about 6 teaspoons of red and pink lips.
I used red and hot pink cupcake liners, but I also love these sealed with a kiss baking cups and picks. I think they’re meant for Valentine’s Day, but they’re also perfect cupcake toppers for kissing single life goodbye.
Add a smooch to each cocktail glass or champagne flute with these sugar kisses stickers. Each sticker is about 1.5 – 1.75″ wide, with a clear background and red, glittery pout. You could also use these to decorate invitation envelopes, or place on paper cups to decorate.
This bachelorette party confetti contains metallic kisses in red and shades of pink, as well as tiny dots in black and silver. Add to invitations, or sprinkle around place settings or on refreshment tables to add festive color to your day.
No party would be complete without the chocolate, and what better chocolate than a Kiss? Fill organza bags with Hershey’s kisses and top off with “kissing single life goodbye” tags. You can make your own, or click below to download our free template to print and decorate. This is for your own personal use, not for resale. (Organza bags are also available at your local craft stores.)
Kissing Goodbye Favors
Of course I’d also love to work with you to personalize your favors! Let me know if you’re interested in kissing balms, or take a look at our lip balms with designs for kissing single life goodbye. I can customize the flavors, colors, fonts, and of course the names and dates, too.
Have you ever helped a friend kiss single life goodbye? How did you celebrate?