This past weekend I was in the Catskills celebrating my sister’s bachelorette party. My youngest sister and I were both in charge of planning the weekend and I must say it was a hit! Since we were staying in the Catskills we wanted to go with a wilderness theme. Our favorite movie growing up and if I’m honest it’s still one of my favorites as an adult is Troop Beverly Hills. I love Shelly Long! So, in honor of our love for that movie we went all out with a Troop Catskill theme.
Check out the adorable welcome bags we made for the group:
I while back we ordered T-shirts from Custom Ink for Hudson’s school. I loved the look and feel of them so I decided to use them for the totes. They came out perfect and are nice and sturdy. They look so professional! People thought we bought them from a store and didn’t realize we designed them ourselves.
Then we got to fill our bag up with all sorts of goodies!
I picked up canteens and camo bandanas to stay in theme. Then I added show stopping knee high socks from Customized Girl. I loved the old school look they added to the mix. You can pick from an array of colors for the stripes and then upload your own design. Love customizing everything so this was a score for me! We also added hangover kits that our favorite bridesmaid, Maura, put together for us.
We added custom v-neck t-shirts to the mix as well. We were hosting a slumber party on Friday evening and then a private yoga lesson on Saturday morning so we thought the shirt would be perfect for that.
My absolute favorite addition to the welcome tote is the personalized nail polish bottles from Pretty Please Nail Polish. Who wouldn’t want to name their own nail polish bottle! Since we were going with a Troop Beverly Hills theme I had to go with a quote from the movie!
Along with getting to name your polish you can also pick out whatever pretty shade you like. I went with metallic gold.
I gave myself a manicure with it and loved the actual polish. It coated really well, dried fast and hasn’t chipped! I will be ordering so much more from them!
Stay tuned tomorrow for pictures of where we stayed and what we did!