The 1st day of the rest of your life . . .Have you or a friend finally broken free from the old ball and chain?
Then it's time to celebrate!
Life is too short to sit on the sidelines, get back in the game and use this party as the kick off point! Our fun and creative divorce party supplies will be the spark hat lights the fuse for your blowout party! Our divorce party decorations come in a variety of sizes and designs to match your taste perfectly! Check out our girl talk game, just divorced license plate or our girls night out peel-n-place.
Not what you're looking for?
Try our License to Flirt Buttons to help her get her dating muscles back in shape. Start the party at home with our wide selection of fun women’s divorce party decorations to celebrate with! We have a Divorce Party Banner and Divorce Party Tape, fun games and all sorts of hanging decorations for you to decorate with.
Just looking for a fun girl’s night out? We offer a wide variety of girl’s night out decorations to get your night on the town off to the perfect start.
DID YOU KNOW?
top divorce rate researchers say:
Between 42% and 45% of marriages in the US will end in divorce.
Every 13 Seconds, someone, somewhere, files for divorce.
66% of divorces are filed by women.
4% of people in the military file for divorce each year.
50% of children in the US will see their parents divorce in their lifetime.
43% of children in the US are living without their father involved in their lives.
41% of first marriages end in divorce.
60% of second marriages end in divorce.
73% of third marriages end in divorce.
The average first marriage lasts 8 years.
You’re more likely to get divorced if:
Your parents went through a divorce.
You fight about money with your spouse.
You didn’t graduate high school.
You marry before age 25.
You smoke cigarettes, but your spouse doesn’t.
You’re less likely to get divorced if:
You’re very religious.
You have a college degree.
You live in a blue state.
You had happily married parents.
You marry after age 25.
You watch romantic movies with your spouse.
You have a friend going through a divorce.
See the divorce capital for each state according to USA Today.com