Bachelorette Party

Here’s a picture of all of us in our most excellent shirts:

It was so fun to wander around Pearl Street in Boulder (the “downtown” area) with our matching pink shirts. The design was subtle enough (even with all the labels on the back) that we got lots of questions  – “Why all the matching shirts?” “What’s with the pink?” “What’s the occasion?”

Then, once people had heard that it was for a Bachelorette party for an upcoming wedding, they got excited too! The Bride even got a few free drinks from random people we met on the street. Colorado people are so nice!


Big Projects

A good friend of mine is getting married in just a couple weeks. She asked me to stand up in her wedding and I’m excited for all the festivities! The bridal party all met together, a few weeks ago, to plan her Bachelorette Party. We’ve got some really fun things planned and I think it’ll be a lively night on the town! Someone suggested that we go completely silly and get matching t-shirts, which lead someone else to point out that I design t-shirts and so it came about that my craft room became overrun with 11 adult sized, hot pink tees!

It’s been a little bit of a process (adult sized tees are slightly larger and more complicated than baby onesies) but I think they came together really well! It’s all a surprise for the bride, but I think she’ll love them!

Here are the fronts:

And here are the backs: