10 Bridal Shower Themes That Guarantee A Good Time!

10 Bridal Shower Themes That Guarantee A Good Time!

Pink and Sparkly

A very popular bridal shower theme is to go with a timeless classic: pretty in pink and all things that sparkle! Some of our favorite ideas for this type of shower include sparkly table runners, balloons filled with confetti, and serving pink bubbly.

Cooking or Baking Theme

For the food loving bride give her exactly what she wants, a taste of savory appetizers with a side of sugary sweets. There are many clever ways to incorporate kitchen accessories and gadgets into this type of shower. For a fun game, be sure to have guests share their favorite recipes with the couple.

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Great Gatsby Theme – Bridal Shower Inspiration

Roaring 1920s Great Gatsby Themed Bridal Shower from bridesmaidsconfession.com

When speaking with bride Melanie about her Gatsby themed shower she told us she was extremely surprised!

My bridesmaids and mother-in-law went above and beyond to ensure that my day was great!

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So how do you make sure the bride has the right attire for the day without ruining the surprise? Do what these bridesmaids did and have the attire at the venue waiting for the bride!

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Roaring 20’s Inspired Bridal Shower

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Mix your own cocktail sparkling wine bar.

This 1920’s inspired party was a DIY dream of glitz and glamour meets budget friendly! The picture above shows off the beautifully done make your own cocktail bar.

Believe it or not those ice buckets are Planters peanuts containers with the labels peeled off! Lace doilies were glued on top of the area where the seam of the labels met, and a sparkly ribbon was cut and run through the center.

Those gorgeous antique looking gold cocktail glasses you see… they were clear “cut glass” dollar store finds that were spray painted on the outside. Guests took them home with them so they doubled as a party favor.

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A cocktail recipe list was created and framed so guests could pick which drink they’d like to make for themselves.

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