Planning Bath Bomb Make & Take Tea Party

Thanks for coming back for the planning of the Bath Bomb Make and Take Tea Party.

To make planning easier, I put together a Party Handbook that you can download. It has a complete checklist, invitation worksheet, decoration ideas, recipes, and everything you need to put together the bath bomb make and take.

Click here to download the Party Handbook.

If you follow the checklist, the first thing you will do is to make your invitation list. There is a worksheet in the handbook that you can use.

You will also want to shop for the supplies for the bath bombs. I was able to order everything online. Since the bath bombs will need to dry 24 to 48 hours, guests won’t be able to take home the bath bombs they make because they will be too brittle. A couple weeks before the party, make some extra bath bombs that you can package up and send home with your guests.

I’ve provided step-by-step instructions for making the bath bombs, along with instruction cards to hand out during the party so everyone can participate in making the bath bombs. As a finishing touch, I’ve made bath bomb labels that you can print and cut out.

Click the images below for the instructions and downloads.

Bath Bomb Supplies

If this is the first time you are making bath bombs, you need to get a few supplies. Here is what I used. Some of these you'll be able to get from your local store. However, if you are like me, I prefer to do as much shopping online.

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If you use any of the links to purchase the products I used to make the bath bombs, I will earn a small commission through the Amazon Affiliate Program. This will help support this website.

Essential Oils

Besides diffusing essential oils, you can use a combination of these skin-loving oils to make these bath bombs. I use Young Living Essential Oils, but you can use any oils that you have. I trust the quality of Young Living, so I feel comfortable using these for all my bath and body DIY projects.

Click here if you would like more information on Young Living Essential Oils.

For the bath bombs I use 30 drops of oil. Here are three combinations you can try. Actual amounts of each oil is in the Party Handbook.

Relax Blend

Calm Blend

Sleep Blend


You have two options to package the bath bombs for your guests. One option is 4" x 6" plastic bags with twist ties. However, if you want to go all out or plan to make more bath bombs, you can shrink wrap your bath bombs. To shrink wrap, you will need shrink wrap bags, a heat seal machine, and a heat gun.

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I don’t have a fancy tea set, so I decorate my table with placemats, colored napkins, and other accessories. In fact, I got my white dishes from Target. They had a pretty white set with a silver border. Here is what I purchased for my tea party, but you can use anything you have on hand.

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I also created a decorative banner that you can download and print on cardstock. Cut it out, then hang with twine or ribbon. Click on the image to download.


The last printable I created is the invitation. This is a PDF that you can edit with your party information. The directions to edit and print are in the Party Handbook. Click on the image to download.

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Remember this is your party, so pick and choose the elements of the party your would like to use. Then, have fun as you start getting together again with friends and family.

Thanks for stopping by.

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