Post # 1
For my BFF’s bachelorette party, I am doing a Sexy Spy theme. I have everything figured out (agenda, favors, etc.) but I cannot figure out the invitation.
I want it to be clever and tie into the spy theme obviously, but everything I have come across online just seems cheesy and geared for kids.
Everyone on this board is so creative – I would love to hear any ideas you may have!
Post # 3
hi gadget girl! the theme sounds fun! did you want to diy them? maybe you can find a graphic designer or a design savvy friend to create something for you…like a sexy silhouette of a girl (charlies angel-like) with a veil or something….if you need help, let me know, good luck!
Post # 4
what if you make the wording really really small, so that you need a magnifying glass to read it (and include it with the invite)?
Post # 5
How about a keyhole with a sexy silhouette.
Post # 6
You can get ideas from the James Bond movie "The Spy Who Loved Me". Maybe the movie poster will help give you ideas about the design.
Post # 7
you could go with the whole James Bond Theme… or something like this:
looks easy to make and design in sexy colors! 🙂
Post # 8
I’m thinking a trenchcoat kind of look, kind of like Carmen San Diego…with the high black boots. With that image to the side, then just get crafty with the wording, and I think you’re golden.
Oooh! I had no idea finding this image would be so easy. This is exactly what I was thinking:
Post # 9
How about something where you have a pictue of the two of you as darkened images and back to back or something maybe doing finger guns?
Post # 10
I was hoping to either DIY them (if it wasn’t too big of a project) or find some cute ready-mades. But like I said, most of the ready-mades are for kids.
The invites are going to have the invitation as well as an agenda (it’s a whole weekend thing) and then maybe a badge or RSVP card. Hadn’t decided.
Keep those ideas coming!
Post # 11
Google "peek a view elvgren" and you’ll find an image you might like. Not safe for strict workplaces. You could probably order premade cards or have them printed at Vistaprint.