When planning your Bridal Shower, you want to make sure that it is a lot of fun and not a lot of stress. That being said, by tradition, it used to be the maid of honor only that would put together the lovely brides celebration...
DO: invite a few of your closest gal pals to help out with the planning as it can be too much for one person to handle.
DONT: put pressure on just one person to throw your shower
DO: have a theme that not only encompasses who you are, but maybe even a play off of what your planning for your wedding - not identical though. Add a little more breadth to both "events."
DONT: do email invites for your shower....be intentional and make it the invite a hard print of what they are in for on this special occasion
DO: plan on Bridal Shower games that are not only fun, yet break the ice between your guests who may not know each other.
DONT: be afraid to be personal and let some of the games actually give you a sneak peak into your relationship with your soon-to-be hubby.
DO: let the food and drinks showcase your taste buds. It's fun to have a few options in the mixology department to have a drink that is a signature of the event
DONT: forget to send out Thank You cards promptly within the next two weeks. It is all about the intentionality and love as they showed you in attending such a celebration.
Locations: Sanctuary Estate
Floral and Design- Isari Floral Studio
Planning and Styiling- CBSLifestylist
Hair and Make Up- Beauty by Stacey
Lounges, furnishings & Table Top Decor- Adore Folklore
Cocktails- Snake Oil Cocktail Company
Desserts- Sugar and Scribe Bakery
Catering- Chef Flor Franco
Cinematography- Anthology Films
Invitations- Pam Winters Design
Dress-Love for Lemons White Dress , Lace Trim Dress , The Shoes