Saturday, March 28, 2015

Kim's Bridal Shower Brunch Photos

A sweet and simple banner with the upcoming wedding date.
Notice the beautiful snow in the background.  
I had the joy of helping with a sweet bridal shower earlier this month and wanted to share a few photos.  It was so fun coming up with ideas with my friend Kelly who hosted the shower at her gorgeous home.  The vintage sunflower themed turned out lovely if I do say so myself.  

The main table.  

My contribution was largely the decorations which I made with my sweet little sister Bekah.  She came over for a sleepover the night before and we had a blast crafting together.  We placed sunflowers in mason jars that were wrapped in burlap and lace.  Then we placed them all over the house.

I didn't make the cupcake dress cake but they were absolutely delicious!  (I did make a similar cupcake dress for my sister-in-law's shower last year.)  The food was great and I am sorry I forgot to take a picture of it to share.  

A touch of ribbon adds such elegance. 
You can't see it in the picture but the cupcakes actually had edible glitter on top of them!  How neat is that?  We also used mason jars with yellow striped straws to drink from instead of plastic cups.

The "T" plaque was a cinch to make.  Bekah gave the plaque two coats of bright yellow paint while I cut out the letter on brown vinyl using my Cricut machine.  (It would be best to seal the plaque but my sealer was all gone at the time that we made this.)  At the end of the shower we did give the plaque to Kim to enjoy in their new home together.  It is always fun having initial art in your home and I hope that it brings back pleasant memories of her bridal shower every time she looks at it.  

Of course I forgot to take a picture of the pin that Kim is wearing but it said Bride.  

One of the games that we played involved everyone writing down a piece of marital advice.  Then Kim picked her favorite.  This was the first time that I had ever seen this game and it turned out so sweet.  What a sweet memory to have in your kitchen.  

We are so excited for Kim and her upcoming marriage in May.  I am so thankful that I was able to be a part of her bridal shower.

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