Post # 1
So I have a strange obsession with rubber duckies. I think they are too cute. So my mom decided that since she found a Bride and Groom Ducky set that that is now the theme (I didn’t expect to have a theme to begin with) of my bridal shower… Uhm… how can we possibly make sure this DOESN’T look like a baby shower?
My mother makes some pretty amazing cakes. So, of course she is making a cake for this. And has some secret plan for it. I am worried it is going to be a giant bride duck!
Post # 3
Don’t overdo it! Maybe get mini ducks to have in martini glasses and have a signature cocktail referencing ducks somehow. Mini ducks on a couple cupcakes. A few ducks as decor but also candles in crystal holders to age it a bit. Just don’t go overboard on all the ducks. My future niece just had a ducky birthday party and it was everywhere – napkins, tablecloths, plates, cups, balloons, streamers, etc. You can have a duck theme without going overboard and still be classy and tasteful. Hope that helps!
Post # 4
Maybe the theme can be centered around relaxing bath items? Or could you put little veils on the rubber duckies? Maybe you can take the word “shower” very literally and have umbrella favors, people wear rainboots, etc. I think that goes with rubber duckies.
Post # 5
Okay I don’t have any advice on how to make it look like a bridal shower instead of baby shower but have you ever seen this website for rubber duckies?
I love that site.. lol duckies are soo cute
Post # 6
Mini veils and bow ties for the ducks!
Post # 7
Mixing ducks with booze will be decidedly un-baby shower like. Could you float a few rubber ducks in some champagne punch and call it a day?
Post # 8
I found this which may be able to add to the wedding feel… I might use it for my invites.