Spring is finally here and the warmer weather has me dreaming of sipping a glass of sparkling Rosé while soaking up the sunshine! So I thought this was the perfect time to share with you this Rosé All Day inspired Bridal Shower!
Every great event starts with a great invitation. I know it is so easy these days to send an e-vite but I just love having something tangible. And who doesn’t love receiving something beautiful in the mail? Especially when it it arrives in a blush envelope!
I created these invitations with a template from Etsy and then when I felt they just weren’t Rosé enough I googled how to DIY foil. I channeled my inner craft goddess and ordered some Rose Gold Foil and a laminator from Amazon. After a lot of trial and error these invites were born. It was a lot of work and something I would probably never do again to be perfectly honest. I am a true believer that sometimes investing money in something is way worth keeping your sanity but I was pretty proud of the finished product!
When deciding on colors pink was a must. So I just decided to go crazy and use pretty much every shade of pink there is ranging from a subtle blush to a bright fuchsia. It is always fun to play with color and a bridal shower is the perfect place to bring out your inner girly girl. I rented everything from MTB Event Rentals. Blush linens, fuchsia napkins, pink water goblets, rose gold utensils, and clear chiavari chairs created a fun and flirty atmosphere with a touch of sophistication. I also feel like you must drink wine and champagne from a real glass so I rented glassware from them as well instead of using plastic.
I originally ordered centerpieces from a professional florist but we had to reschedule the shower last minute due to the Southern California Fires so sadly we didn’t use the beautiful creations of EFW Florals and Design. I ended up placing an order from Mayesh which is a wholesale flower market, reused the marble vases from the original centerpieces, and did my best to recreate them.
No bridal shower is complete without a fun game so to keep on theme I had a “Guess the Wine” game. Each guest had a playing card with all the wines listed on them. The wine bottles were covered with bags and had a number tied on them. Guests had to write which number they thought corresponded to which wine. The winner and runner up each received a prize!
I always love a fun activity for guests at a Bridal Shower. It gives everyone a chance to mingle and get to know each other while being creative so I created a DIY Flower Crown Station which was so fun!
Nothing pairs better with wine than cheese.. am I right?! So of course we had to prepare cheese boards to snack on. And then Viktor Benes created the most delicious and beautiful deserts!
I hope you enjoyed this Rosé All Day Bridal Shower!! Cheers!!
Photography by the talented Katrina Jayne Photography