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.
"He Said, She Said" game, where guests have to guess which quotes were said by the bride-to-be and which were said by the groom-to-be.
"How Well Do You Know the Bride-to-Be" quiz, where guests have to answer questions about the bride-to-be.
"Guess the Celebrity Wedding" game, where guests have to match famous couples with their wedding photos.
"Wedding Vow Mad Libs" game, where guests fill in the blanks to create silly wedding vows.
Remember, the most important thing is to make sure the bride-to-be feels special and loved. With a little bit of planning and creativity, you can throw an unforgettable bridal shower that she and all of her guests will love.