Decorations – One of the best things about throwing a bridal shower is choosing the decorations. Decorations for your shower should pull together the look you’re trying to. The decorations at a bridal shower are very important, particularly if it will be themed. Your decorations can be bright and dramatic, or soft and romantic. Confer with the bridesmaids about the theme of the bridal shower, establish a budget, and finalize decision about decorations, menu, favors, and music and bridal shower games.
Specific wording for specific themes – The text on the bridal shower invitation cards follows a specific trend. It can be a little less formal than the wording of actual wedding invitation. In fact, in most cases it is quite playful and personalized. However, it should follow the theme of cards. For instance, if you are inviting people for a bridal shower kitchen tea then your wording should be entirely different from the invitation of an informal party at a club. Make sure to get all the details about card’s dimensions and font from your printer before writing up the content.
As hectic as planning your wedding might be, it is of utmost importance that after the shower has been given in your honor, you set aside some time to send bridal shower thank you cards. Preparing for the wedding can be overwhelming to say the least, so when close friends of the bride get together and throw a bridal shower for the sheer purpose of pampering you in preparation for what lies ahead, and as tired and tense as you might be, you must acknowledge your friends and loved ones with appreciation for all their efforts, and the lovely gifts they gave.
Gifts – Once the guests have been greeted and any games have been played, the bride should be led to her chair to open the gifts. After the shower is over, it is proper etiquette for the bride to thank her guests, not only for the gifts, but for sharing the day with her. The hostesses of the luncheon or party should find the right gift for a bridal shower is to show the bride how much you care. Choose from the bridal registry and select a gift that she might not otherwise receive. Any Bride-to-be will tell you one of her favorite mementos from the A Bridal shower is a miniature picture album filled with a photo of her and each guest (taken at the shower) and a handwritten bit of advice from that guest slipped into the adjoining page. It is also proper etiquette for the bride to give a gift to the hostesses as a special ”Thank You” for the party.
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.