How to host a bridal shower


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Host a bridal shower

Planning and hosting a bridal shower is a great way to show your support for the bride-to-be. But it can be a lot to take on, and nobody wants a frazzled host on the day of the event. You’ve worked hard to create a fun and memorable day for the bride, and you should enjoy it, too.

Organizing a bridal shower isn’t a cake walk (although cake should probably be involved), but following these five simple steps will make the celebration extra special and let you relax and enjoy your time with the bride-to-be.

Choose a color scheme

host a bridal shower

The first thing to do is decide on a color scheme for the event. This can be based on the bride’s favorite color or inspired by the wedding colors — just make sure it’s what the bride wants. (That’s a good rule to follow for all the planning, actually.) For this particular bridal shower, we went with a lavender and blush theme since it’s a great end-of-summer color combo that can easily transition into fall. It’s also a unique color palette that will make the bride feel like one of a kind — which, after all, she is.

Send out a gorgeous invitation

First impressions are everything, and when it comes to alerting the masses about a soiree, the invitation is of the utmost. Whether it be paper or electronic, the invite sets the tone for the rest of the event. Make sure your invitation flows with your theme and contains all the info your guests need to know: location, date, time, registry, and even theme (if there is one).

Set your table

The table is the main attraction at a bridal shower, so you really want to shine here. Follow your color scheme and use pieces that complement it.

Once you have those key elements down, layer in the details. We added two gorgeous menus for food and wine, and beautiful place cards. These are the little details that your guests will remember.

Bring in the decor

Flowers instantly bring bright colors to every event. Add alluring blooms to your table and place them throughout the venue, like at the dessert table and bar, since those will be the most visited areas.

But don’t stop at flowers! Balloon arches are a showstopper and bring a fun pop of color to your party while adding a festive flair.

Food and drink

Any host knows that keeping your guests happy means having a steady flow of delicious bites and beverages. This type of menu allows for more socializing.


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