If you're a cat lover or know a bride-to-be that can't get enough of the cuddly darlings, then we have a treat for you! We're warning you though - it's seriously a cuteness overload! This kitten bridal shower is all about five little kittens who will melt your heart. Prepare yourself for a pretty palette of pinks and blues and paw around for more darling cat wedding ideas in the full gallery found here, photographed by Nicole Colwell Photography.
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5 newborn kittens
My brother found 5 newborn kittens in a tree stump outside his business shop at the end of April. I took them home with me with the intentions of finding them homes. I have never been around kittens this small and young and you couldn't help but to fall in love with them. The idea for a styled bridal shower was for the intentions of showcasing these adorable babies for their forever homes but their forever home is my home. I am officially the crazy cat lady.
Meet the Colwell Kittens : Vada - the white kitten. Bear - the big fluffy black kitten. Yoda - the smaller black kitten. Reba - the skinny orange kitten and Madonna - the larger orange kitten that you see most in the shoot.
cat inspired table decor
The venue already had the table, chairs, sideboard and little props on site. We used their white farm table and mix & matched the old kitchen chairs. We then used fabric and even curtains for bows on the chairs. The table was adorned with cat like toys, mason jars filled with flowers, and spools of yarn. The floral china set to finish off the bridal look.
For snacks, the girls had a fish bowl filled with gold fish and we had a dessert table filled with macrons, a cat cake and fresh milk. We had lots of ribbon, yarn and bows to give it a real cat look. The bride wore "cat flats" as well as the bridesmaids. The girls all wore shades of pinks and creams for this girly shower. The bouquets were pastel colors and had ribbons accenting it.
The bridal shower had a photobooth. We used two doors and tied a fabric backdrop garland for these girls to show off their own cat masks and fun props. At the end of the shower, the bridesmaids gave the bride a pandora charm of two little kittens. The charm is called "Purrfect Together". The bride showed her appreciation to her bridesmaids with giving them their own favors. Each girl received their own monogrammed koozie.
Fall in love with the little kittens even more when you watch the video below, filmed by Cardinal Eye: A Digital Media Company.