Planning the perfect Bridal Shower
Start by setting a date and time that works for the majority of the guests and the bride-to-be.
Create a guest list and send out invitations.
Decide on a theme or color scheme for the shower.
A traditional tea party theme with fancy teacups and saucers, and dainty finger sandwiches.
A spa day theme with DIY manicures and facials.
A kitchen shower theme, with cooking-themed games and a recipe card for the bride-to-be.
A wine and cheese theme, with a wine tasting and cheese pairing.
A book club theme, with a book exchange for the bride-to-be.
A garden party theme, with outdoor games and a DIY flower crown station.
Host the shower at the bride-to-be's home.
Rent a private room at a restaurant or tea house.
Host the shower at a community center or park.
Have the shower at a hotel and make a weekend getaway out of it.
"Advice for the Bride-to-Be" cards, where guests can write down their best advice for the bride-to-be.