We have yet another bride that planned her own bridal shower. Honestly, who knows you better than you know yourself. Nobody!
Pink the Town shared with us her pink themed bridal shower that she designed herself. Obviously, she adores pink! In fact, she has loved pink for as long as she can remember and her entire blog and Instagram are dedicated to all things girly and all things pink.
Being that she is a blogger and worked in PR, she's planned quite a few events. So, when it came time to plan her own shower, she definitely wanted to enlist all the fabulous vendors she's had the pleasure of working with. Scroll down to see this ultra-feminine bridal shower and read more from the bride-to-be.
As guests walked in they were greeted by a super cute welcome wedding sign with a wedding day countdown and got a full view of the exquisitely decorated room. Each of the tables had giant white balloons with different quotes on them - such as Love is in the air, I Do and Love in order for all the guests to find their seats.
Each guest had pink and white macarons at their table setting that sat on top of a light pink silk napkin provided by AG Macarons.
Flower Maiden created stunning floral arrangements in glossy bags for the centerpieces
O.P.I. provided adorable pink nail polishes for each guest which my Mom and I covered in tulle and attached a bow with a pink glitter heart.
Sugargirlee & Co created the most amazing pink balloon garland to hang above the sweets table and mimosa bar and they also did oversized balloons with special wording on them for the centerpieces.
Cecile Lau Calligraphy worked her magic on the signage. The delicious candies were provided by Squish Candies. I love their selection of bridal-themed candy and the Prosecco Gummy Bears are my personal favorite.
One of my bridesmaids actually made my shower cake! I can't believe how amazing it turned out. She doesn't even do this for a living and it turned out better than I could have ever imagined.
What's a shower without some bubbly and sweets? I loved the combination of the Mimosa Bar and Candy Bar together. The DIY Mimosa Bar was definitely a highlight for me.
I also wanted to add in some personal touches. That's what made me come up with the "Pin The Kiss on the 90's Heartthrob" game. I use to have all of these posters hanging in my room when I was a teenager. This game was so nostalgic and a huge hit! The music was a mix of 90's pop hits and girly old school classics like The Supremes.
I have a video of my 91 year old Granny pinning kisses on the 90's crushes that I will cherish forever. After the shower she said "it was so beautiful when I walked in I could cry for a month".
Everyone has been messaging me to say what an amazing time they had. As I look back on the photos and video I love how everything turned out! It's a day I will truly cherish forever. The perfect day spent sipping bubbly surrounded by all of the ladies who mean the most to me in this world. What could be better than that?