A spa party is a perfect celebration for girls to get together for some glamour and pampering! It doesn’t even have to be a girls birthday party to throw a fantastic spa party! Gather some friends and enjoy these tips and tricks for creating and decorating the spa party of her dreams! All of the party supplies for this pretty setup were provided to me by Oriental Trading Company. Check below for my complete shopping list so you can recreate this look yourself!
What You’ll Need:
- Spa Party Lunch Plates
- Spa Party Dessert Plates
- Spa Party Beverage Napkins
- Spa Party Favor Bags
- Nail Polish Pens
- Spa Party Photo Booth Props
- Milk Bottle Glass Bottles
- Striped Paper Straws
- Spa Party Confetti
- Spa Party Hanging Fans
- Spa Party Fringe Tableskirt
- Pink Tablecloth Roll
- Lavender Napkins
- Candy Pink Square Dinner Plate
The table is set with a Pink Tablecloth Roll that’s layered with Spa Party Confetti and a Spa Party Fringe Tableskirt laid horizontally down the center. I love the full, fluffy look this gives. It’s a unique way to use the table skirt and adds lots of color to the look.
The place settings are composed of a Candy Pink Square Dinner Plate, topped with a Spa Party Dessert Plate. These are so cute with a little spa friend’s face printed on them. The coordinating Spa Party Beverage Napkins are a fantastic accent, and a great value!
I like to use real dishes when possible, and these Milk Bottle Glass Bottles with a pretty Striped Paper Straw look amazing when filled with tangy lemonade. These are a favorite look for parties in our house and are sure to be used again and again.
It’s easy to get the party started with a cute photo op, and Spa Party Photo Booth Props double as cute decor, as well as a great ice breaker for camera-shy spa party attendees. My favorite is the one that looks like an avocado mask!
As a really fun party activity, I suggest DIY Bath Bombs. I put together a fun tutorial with all the ingredients.
The girls loved selecting colors and scents, and mixing up their own lush and luxurious bath bombs. When they finished making them, it was simple to put them in a Spa Party Favor Bag along with a Nail Polish Pen.
The girls enjoyed a delicious cake pop as a treat for the party.
You won’t believe how easy these were to make! (Hint: get premade cake pops and decorate them using my clever tips and sprinkles from Bakers Party Shop!) The fun instructions for these pretty confections can be found here.
Hope you’ve found some inspiration for putting together a perfectly posh and pretty pampering party! Now get ready, get set, and RELAX! The planning’s done!