Post # 1
Hey bees! I really need help with mybridal shower. I really like thse for the centerpiecesbut have no idea how to set the table up, color of table lothes etc. I am in need of any ideas for a bridalshower too! Please help!!
Post # 2
Those are lovely centerPieces! I think white tablecloths would look beautiful with them, or perhaps a light (mint maybe?) green. If you want more of a bold look, you could have black tablecloths, but personally the white is my favorite to go along with the soft, lovely look Of the center pieces.
I assume you were looking for a game or something for the shower? One I always thought was a lot of fun is where you divided the guests up into two teams and hand each one roll of toilet paper. They have about 3-5 min to dress one person on their team in a toilet paper weddig dress! The bride to be chooses the one she likes best and then the winning team gets to divide up the prize.
you could also do a “he said, she said” game Where each guest has to decided on their own sheet of paper whether certain phrases were something he (the groom to be) said it or she (bride to be) did.
hope you find these helpful and good luck!
Post # 3
amorganmills11: I assume you are only helping with the decor, not hosting your own shower.
Those jars have a very vintage look. I would ask your older relatives to lend a lovely lace or linen tablecloth. Mismatched cloths are perfect for a vintage look.
Post # 4
amorganmills11: Those are so pretty! Was that a DIY project? I co-hosted a shower a couple years ago and we gave away mason jars potted with bulbs (mini calla lilies in that case), which would keep with the mason jar centerpieces. You could also get some of those pretty paper straws that are available and they have really pretty (but kinda pricey) floral paper plates on ShopSweetLulu — mixing and matching a variety of flowers is always pretty both as a theme and actual decorations. Who doesn’t like flowers, right?
Assuming you’re looking for other shower suggestions like the other PPs, I also like the he said/she said game, and I like the Newlywed Game (you ask the groom a series of questions in advance and then at the shower ask the bride the same questions and see how they match up). I would limit it to one game, though, and let people just eat, drink, and watch the bride open the presents for the rest of the time. Especially if the bride is mid-20s or older.
Post # 5
Family/friends are hosting I am just helping out and they have asked what I wanted lol! I love the ideas!! Thank you so much!!