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Wedding season is upon us and I thought what better way to welcome it then with an awesome bridal shower idea! So, I took it upon myself to create a bridal shower table scape that wowed everyone. This set up was both elegant and classy. It was a baby themed bridal shower so the main focus were the balloons but I went through and added as many cute little details as possible. The best part of this set up is that you can add whatever you want to your own bridal shower table scape. You can even take some ideas from mine and make it your own. As always, if you have any questions about this post or anything else feel free to reach out via email or DM me on Instagram @DoItOnADime
Flowers Are A Must
Flowers are a must-have for any bridal shower. They add color and texture to the room, and can be used in many ways—as a centerpiece or arranged in a vase, as table runners, on cake tables or gift tables—to create beautiful displays that will make your guests feel welcome and appreciated.
The Bridal Shower Diaper Cake
It’s time to have some fun! At a bridal shower, the bride-to-be is likely expecting gifts. The gift giving is often done by the guests at her shower and many people prefer to donate money instead of material items. However, if you are attending a baby shower with an expectant mother, you can still do something special for her by creating a diaper cake. A diaper cake is a great way to showcase your creativity and it’ll be something that both mommy and baby will love!
You may be wondering: how do I make one? It’s quite simple actually! To create your own diaper cake simply follow these steps:
- Gather supplies – You’ll need diapers (new or used), ribbon or cord, pins/tape/double sided tape depending on what type of ribbon you choose to use (fabric ribbon will require pins/tape while cellophane ribbon can be affixed with double sided tape). You may also want to buy mason jars since they’re perfect for displaying gifts for babies who haven’t been able to open them yet due to their inability motor skills necessary when using scissors etcetera…
Decorate With Balloons
Balloons are a great way to decorate your wedding shower. They can be used to decorate the venue, cake, bridal shower table and gifts. In addition to these ideas, you can use balloons as part of your games! Balloons can be used as a game piece for bingo or passed around the room in an egg hunt game.
- Decorate the Venue with Balloons: When you’re choosing where to hold your wedding shower it helps if you have some flexibility in terms of location and theme choices. If the venue doesn’t have any decorations already then consider adding balloons by hanging them from the ceiling or placing them around tables so that they look like part of the decorating scheme instead of just being left over from an old party! This adds color without taking up extra space on tables or chairs because they’re lightweight enough that children could easily pick them up by hand if necessary (or even just let go if they get bored playing with them).
- Decorate Your Cake With Balloons: If you’re having a dessert buffet style meal then why not add some extra pizzazz with some colorful balloons? Most caterers will use clear plastic containers so guests know what kind of food is inside each one before opening up lids but this isn’t always ideal when trying new foods since people tend not want them touching anything else unless absolutely necessary – especially ones that might stain clothing later on down ____(text goes here)___
Decorate With Signs
With signs, you can add a personal touch to your shower. They’re also great for adding a little humor. As simple as a piece of paper with a message written on it, or as elaborate as an intricate sign on construction paper that the guests can take home—signs are the perfect way to make your shower unique and memorable.
Add A Photo Booth
- Add a photo booth.
- Use a prop box.
- Set up a hashtag for the event, and make sure to put it on all of your invitations, signage, and decorations. This will make it easy for guests to pull up the photos they took at the shower using that hashtag later on in life when they want to remember what an awesome time everyone had! If you’re looking for some inspiration or ideas for props or backdrops, check out our Pinterest board with tons of great examples here: https://www.pinterest.com/classybridal/.
- Ask each guest to sign their name in one place—either on their own guest book pages or by writing “I was here!” somewhere visible in the photo booth area (and preferably both). This will give you options for framing later down the line—your favorite keepsake might be choosing which photo is best suited for hanging above your fireplace! You could also get creative with how many frames you’d like; maybe one frame has just family members’ signatures while another includes friends too? The possibilities are endless!
Sparkling Wine Bar
- Use a long table. This will give your guests plenty of room to move around and chat.
- Use a large tablecloth and large table runner, so that the area is covered in all its glory.
- Set up a large vase with flowers on your center piece, or use more than one if you want! You can even rent some from your local party store! They’re always happy to help you out!
Make Your Own Wine Glasses
Create your own wine glasses! Assemble the ladies and have each one pick out a glass from the discount store. Then, use a glass cutter to make the rim of the glass straight and smooth, so that it can be inked with a permanent marker. Write your bridesmaid’s names on each glass using an etching pen (like this one). This is also a great way to personalize gifts for your bridal party!
If you’re not up for making glasses yourself, you can find some at Etsy stores like [this one](https://www.etsy.com/shop/WeddingEtiquette).
To finish things off: write “Bride” across all of them with an etching pen (or rub onto toothpaste with sandpaper). If you don’t want to buy too many things at once—and who doesn’t?!—you could write directly onto each of your old wine glasses instead!
Create Your Own Cupcakes
- Use a cupcake stand.
- Use a cupcake mold.
- Use a cupcake box.
- Use a cupcake carrier. For example, you can use an insulated lunchbox to transport your cupcakes to the shower and back home again in style!
- Use a cupcake topper or wrapper for each individual cake, if desired (the bride’s name is often printed on top of the cake). This is especially helpful when having multiple types of cakes at once—it helps guests distinguish which type they’re eating without needing to read labels or ask questions about what’s inside each one!
Create Your Own Bridal Bouquet
You can choose flowers that are in season, which will help keep the cost down. Flowers that are in bloom in late spring and summer may be more expensive than those available in the fall or winter. If you’re having a bridal shower during the holidays, consider using holly and pine cones to create your bouquet as well.
If you want to use flowers that match your bride’s wedding colors, think about how many different kinds of flowers she’ll want included. For example, if she’s having purple tablecloths at her wedding reception and wants a bouquet made from purple tulips for her bridal shower, it might not be worth buying any other kinds of flowers just for this occasion!
If there are native plants where you live (or near where your event is being held), look into whether they would be suitable for creating bouquets with—including their availability throughout the year and whether they have any restrictions on harvesting them yourself without damaging their environment too much.
Add Lace And Ruffle Tablecloths
- Add Lace And Ruffle Tablecloths
Tablecloths are a great way to add a feminine touch to your wedding. You can also use them for other occasions, such as bridal showers, dinner parties and birthdays. If you want to add some lace or ruffles to your table cloths then this is how you do it:
- Buy the material
- Cut out the size that you need (A bigger piece will be cheaper than cutting two small pieces of material.)
- Sew or glue ribbon onto the edges of your table cloth so that they match up with each other when placed on top of each other!
Put out a flat and simple color pallet and add pops of colors that match the brides wedding colors.
If you’re looking for a great bridal shower idea, try putting out a flat and simple color pallet and add pops of colors that match the brides wedding colors.
You can use different color schemes and different color pallets to make sure it matches your theme. You can even choose a color pallet that matches the bride’s wedding theme!
I hope this article will help you in planning your own wedding shower. I wish you all the best and much luck with your bridal shower.