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.
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.
Cards can be bought either online or through retail outlets. You should carefully choose the card and give special emphasis to the color and quality of the material of the card. There are also many green choices available for the cards so you can buy cards that are made of environment friendly material too. If your friend has planned a green wedding, then this type of card would be ideal. There are many special motifs that can be used on the cards. These motifs reflect the theme of the party, like a lingerie party can have some lingerie motif and so on.
Useful Party Favors – For more useful and practical ideas, consider party favors that can be used after the shower. They can be anything from gorgeous, playful to fun lovely bridal shower favors. You can choose from among of these practical items: personalized hand fans; tape measures; playing cards; pepper shakers; key rings; mugs; towels; purse hooks; bookmarks and etc.
Basic Planning – The bride has probably been stressed from all of the planning, and the shower gives her some much needed time to unwind with her friends. The bride is the princess of the day, so be sure that in your planning you don’t do anything that will make her feel uncomfortable. Unless you feel it’s mandatory to surprise the bride, involve her in the planning. In order to take some stress off of the people involved in the planning of the party, you may choose a location that caters and also has beverages available for the guests. If you are working with a group of several women try to limit the planning to one meeting where you can choose a them and then decide who will do each of the basic planning step like as obtaining the guest list and sending the invitations, accepting the invitation responses, choosing a location, creating centerpieces, buying favors, arranging for the games, selecting the menu or buying the gift. Choosing a theme ensures that everyone on the same page. Give each member of the group a budget and set them loose. If you are planning the party on your own, be sure to make a list and do just one thing at a time.