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Bath Bomb Favors

Planning a bridal shower can be super stressful, but Pinterest makes it a whole lot easier! I spent hours scrolling through countless ideas before settling on spa themed favors. I am a big fan of DIY projects, obviously, so these bath bombs were perfect and super easy!


Here’s what you need:


  • 12 Cups Baking Soda
  • 6 Cups Citric Acid
  • 6 Cups Epsom Salt
  • 6 Cups Corn Starch
  • 1 Cup Almond Oil
  • 9 Tablespoons Water (add more if needed)
  • 8 Tablespoons Essential Oil of your choice (more if wanted/needed)
  • Soap Dye
  • Bath Bomb Molds


I decided to use different essential oil and colors so I mixed everything together except the essential oils and colors. Once the mixture was together I separated them into different bowls. After that I added the color to each bowl as well as the essential oils I picked.


Next comes the fun part…forming the bath bombs! When all of the bath bombs are formed set them aside and let dry for 24 hours. I actually allowed mine to sit out for 2 days before putting them into bags and wrapping them in tulle and ribbon.


There you have it! Bath Bomb Bridal Shower Favors!


“From the Bride’s Shower to Yours!”


**This recipe made about 50 of the size 2 bath bombs.

Buying supplies:


I found that it is cheaper to buy the baking soda, epsom salt, and corn starch at WalMart.


I bought 2 oz bottles of Almond Oil at Sally’s Beauty for $2.79




I bought the follow on Amazon –




Make sure the mixture isn’t too wet or too dry. Neither are good for forming the bombs.


I found rinsing out the molds and making sure they were dry after a few uses helped keep them easy to use. Without rinsing out the molds you’ll find that the bombs get stuck and pull apart.