Delightful shower favors could surely impress your guests. Encouraging them to take a beautiful piece of souvenir makes them feel thanked and appreciated. Today, you can find an endless selection of shower favors both at local and online stores. If you want to browse the Internet for a more wider selection, feel free to do so. With so many websites that specializes on bridal shower and shower supplies, you can surely find what you are looking for. Online shopping allow you to shop for different bridal and wedding essentials you will be needing, from wedding shower souvenirs, bridesmaids gifts, reception supplies to etc. at reasonable prices. Just make sure to plan in advance so that you can finish your shopping early as well.
If you have out of town guests, this will also allow you some time to arrange accommodations at a local hotel. With group booking you can usually get a discount on the room rate for your out of town guests. This information can also be included in your invitations.
Getting Your Bridal Shower Invitations Out on Time – You want to make sure that your bridal shower invitations are put in the mail with plenty of time for your guests to respond and for you to get a clear count on your guest list. A good time frame for mailing is 2-3 months prior to the bridal shower.
There is an eclectic range of designs for you to choose from when looking for bridal shower cards. You can choose to keep it trendy, funny, traditional or a mix of everything. Minute but vital details like, menu, flowers and decorations need to be kept in mind. When printing Bridal Shower Cards, select some of the decorated paper. There are parchment style paper in elegant blue, tan, rose, silver or gold that will make very nice gift-giving party card. Apart from this, you also need to be really selective while matching wedding stationery with bridal shower 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.