Planning a wedding shower is a big undertaking. In a lot of ways, it's like a mini wedding–you need decor, food, and of course, drinks! If it's in your budget, hiring a planner to help you execute your dream shower is a good idea. This can also be a great opportunity to work with your wedding planner ahead of time to get a feel for how you work together so you can get to know each other before the big day. While you're at it, you should ask your wedding photographer to photograph your shower as well. Not only will they be there to document the special moments between you and your closest loved ones, but they will also ensure that the photos are cohesive from event to event and look great together in an album.
CK & Co. Events designed this shower inspiration shoot to showcase The Sunday Studio, a beautiful new venue that worked perfectly with their boho theme. Blooms And Balloons created all of these stunning floral installations using a combo of dried and live flowers and balloons to give them volume and color. Ariana & Alex expertly captured each pretty vignette and every special moment between the bride and her friends...(so much better than blurry selfies, right?). Imagine how sweet it would be to send a print of you with each guest along with your thank you letters. Check out the full gallery for more inspiration and keep scrolling to read more from Chrissy Kumornik of CK & Co. Events.
KEEPING IT FUN AND FLIRTY
This wedding shower styled shoot is sure to inspire you for your next get-together. With a modern bohemian theme, the shoot encapsulates a fun and flirty vibe. The design choices made by the planner, CK & Co. Events brought the theme together with the new venue, The Sunday Studio, perfecting it. Ariana & Alex Photography captured the true beauty of each element whether it be the balloon garland and florals by Blooms And Balloons, the stationery and signage by Wild Muse Weddings, or the rentals from Special Event Rentals.
The cake and desserts from Chocolate Yummies were hard to resist (and trust me, we didn't!) and all three models were glowing from the works of GlowbyCló and Jacqueline Phoenix Hair. The finishing decor touches like the neon sign from Part Luxe and the stands from PS Let's Decorate put the cherry on top.