Candle Favors – Candle favors are one of the most popular party souvenirs for bridal showers. You can find a wide selection of beautiful candles that can make a perfect memorabilia of your shower. Candle favors come in different styles, designs, colors and themes. If you are planning for beach themed bridal shower, beach-themed candles makes a perfect thank you gift for each guest. Most of candle favors are votive gels, and usually decorated with beautiful ribbons and thoughtful tags. Above all, candle favors aren’t only a delightful option, but also a practical suggestion if you have a tight budget.
After selecting the gift-giving party cards, you add all of the important information about the event on the card, like RSVP contact details etc. Your guests should not have to confused. Additionally, if you have any special requests for guests, such as to keep the party a surprise, you should add that details to the card as well.
Including All The Necessary Information – Bridal shower invitations should not only invite your guests to the event, they should contain clear instructions on the location of the shower, any theme that is being used for the shower and an RSVP card that can help you determine the amount of guests you can expect. Including a self addressed stamped envelope inside the invitation so that your guests can return the RSVP easily is also recommended.
Once the theme of the party has been decided, the next step is to finalize the invitations. There is a wide range of invitation cards available in the market. You can choose the card in accordance to the theme of your party and your budget. If it is a formal get-together then you should send formal invitations and if it’s a non-formal party then you should look for casual invitation cards.
The Custom – The underlying reason for a Bridal shower is that it’s a perfect occasion for family and friends of the bride to spend relaxed time with her before the big wedding day. A Bridal shower is commonly hosted by the maid-of-honor and bridesmaids or friends and family of the bride or groom. The custom is said to have grown out of earlier dowry practices when a poor woman’s family might not have the money to provide a dowry for her, or when a father refused to give his daughter her dowry because he did not approve of the marriage. Another custom was to help the new couple set up a home, or to help the bride get together a trousseau. The Bridal shower kicks off the wedding festivities and it is important that everything goes well.