(Closed) Bridal Shower decorating help!

posted 4 years ago in Parties
Post # 2
58 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

RockSteadyGrrl:  I’ve been to a shower where they took cardboard boxed and wrapped them in wrapping paper that went with the wedding colours (purple and silver) and they stacked them through out the restautant. It was cute and simple. 

I’m planing a shower for my friend and we’re making these and placing them in the middle of the tables as ‘center pieces’. We’re also hanging them up (which doesn’t work in your case). I think ballons is a great idea!Homemade flower pom-poms

Post # 3
46653 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

RockSteadyGrrl:  Does the venue have any open beams or pipes, or T bar ceiling from which you can hang paper lanterns, pomanders etc? Umbrellas are also great for a shower

Have you chosen a theme to follow? If you are using a flowering plant for centerpieces, you could pot up some large branches in buckets of rocks, or plaster of paris, to look like trees and have “groves” of these in the corners. You can leave them plain, spray paint them the color of your choice, or hot glue silk flowers to the branches.

If there are any beams, pipes etc that you can access you could also hang bunting or garland.

If there are parts of the walls you want to cover you can use poster putty.

Post # 4
268 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

RockSteadyGrrl:  I LOVE RIBBON… matches any theme and adds pops of color and lots of fluidity to a normally stark room.  As you walk by it, it swishes 🙂

What about ribbon table runners?  Super pretty and you can totally use any color to match the theme.  You can do them thru the middle, or on the outside, make all sorts of woven looking designs.  Add some hurricanes (look at xmas tree shops, ikea, dollar tree for cheap ones) with either real candles that are short enough to fit inside, or get battery operated ones- look at same places for these.

You could also do a robbon wall in a doorway.  Just tie long strands to a tension rod/shower curatin rod (avoid the tacks, nails, tape, etc..)  Makes for aweomse photo ops!  

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