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Every bachelorette needs a flashing sash. When the times comes for the old ball and chain, the last hurrah of the soon-to-be bride is her bachelorette party. It's her chance to let her hair down before the big day. Make sure the bride-to-be gets noticed with the Miss Bachelorette Flashing Blinking Party Sash. She'll be a drunken beacon in the night as she goes from one bar to the next doing things she won't want to talk about the next day. The sash comes with an on/off button when you need to have a serious conversation, like, perhaps at the police station.
A Flash That Doesn’t Require Nudity
Bachelorette parties are known for their raucous behavior and occasional nudity. The Flashing Bachelorette Sash will be a beacon of celebration without sharing a peek at the bride’s headlights. No one will miss who the queen bee is with this light up banner. People will be staring at her chest for a totally different reason.
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Lights flash so the bride-to-be doesn’t have to
- Clearly identifies who the guest of honor is
- White sash with pink detail work
- 5 feet long
- On/Off button to control lights
- Battery included
Who Would Love The Flashing Bachelorette Sash?
I think this is one of those no-brainers. There’s kind of a limited audience for these kinds of things. Brides-to-be will love being the center of attention wearing this sassy sash, and it will be easy to identify her in the mug shot. It’s definitely going to be a night to remember.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does a bride-to-be need a flashing sash?
Does a fish need water? Of course, a bride-to-be needs the Flashing Bachelorette Sash. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a night of drunken debauchery before she weds the man of her dreams. The only thing that would make it better would be if it came with a male stripper.
I’m a groom. Should I be worried?
No worries, she may just go out for a few cocktails and then discuss the finer points of 19th century literature with her besties. But, just in case, if you turn on the 10 O’Clock news and see a woman running down the street with nothing on but a flashing sash, you might want to start arranging bail money.