When the bride and groom are getting married in Hawaii, of course you have to throw a tropical bridal shower! Check out all the details of this clean, modern take on a tropical bridal shower brunch.
It's wedding week! All things bridal, all week long...swoon!
That's right, spring is in the air, all things lovely are in bloom...and wedding season is in full swing!
April showers always bring May flowers, they say. And while it may be raining here in Atlanta today, the only showers we're going to talk about are BRIDAL showers! Today we'll feature a bridal shower as well as a "Love is Sweet" Couples shower, both were thrown for my sweet sister-in-law. Emily's wedding colors were purple and hot pink, so we had lots of fun making this a brightly colored soiree!
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Adorable wine stopper favors were wrapped up beautifully by one of the bridesmaids.
And here's a glimpse at the "Love is Sweet" Couples shower. Of course, if you're going to lure men to a shower...you have to provide entertainment. What's better than a good game of corn hole?
To wrap up the evening, we finished with a hilarious game of "He Said/She Said." We place the couple back to back and they swap a shoe, so that each of them has one of their own shoes in one hand and their fiancé's shoe in the other. We asked questions such as "who is the better cook" and let them both answer (without seeing each other's response). The outcome was hysterical, as you can tell from my sister-in-laws expression below.
Stay tuned with us this week as we cover more weddings, flowers and decor to your heart's content! It's bound to be a week of wedded bliss!
I can't believe my baby sister is getting hitched in just a few short weeks, y'all! She's tying the knot in the cutest little barn up in the north Georgia mountains, so of course it was only fitting to throw her a rustic bridal brunch full of sweet southern charm.
Remember my window panes from this post?
I just keep finding ways to use them!
And of course, me (left) with the bride (right)..
The final countdown is on...here's to a lifetime of love!