A bridal shower is a fun way for a friends and family to celebrate her, prior to the wedding whether it is an afternoon luncheon party, a spa retreat, or night on the town, the Bridal shower is always a highly anticipated part of the wedding festivities. Throwing a bridal shower is the perfect way to show the bride how much you care and is a great opportunity to create wonderful, long lasting memories with friends and family.
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.
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.
Because it is a time of much activity, it would be wise to keep the cards in your possession as you go about your busy tasks, so that the thank you messages can be worked on as time permits. Set a goal, so as not to wear yourself out. For instance, write at least four cards at a time, this way you’ll avoid mistakes due to exhaustion, i.e., with the guests’ names, your handwriting, etc.
The first and foremost thing to consider while planning for a bridal shower is to decide theme of the party. You should try to think out of the box so as to make the party unique and interesting. While deciding the theme of the party it is best to consider the tastes, preferences and personality of the bride.