This pretty little bridal shower tea party made with all things girly, soft and fun!
Who said tea parties are boring?!
A plain white teapot was used as a vase with pink roses and a soft chiffon placed around it as a table centerpiece.
Each guest had to bring a copy of their favorite recipe which was printed onto a pretty little template to be kept by the bride to be in a recipe box.
A mimosa bar sign was printed out and put into a frame, coupled with champagne glasses and chopped fruit. So simple and so effective. Pour your bubbly, splash with some juice and top with fruit! Keep a look out on the website for your free printable version of the mimosa bar sign.
Cutting out the gift guessing completely, and going with some fun game variations;
1. Find the groom:
each guest received a card with a tuxedo printed onto it with a male celebrity face. One guest received the grooms face, whichever guest received the groom, won the game.
2. He said, she said:
A couple of questions were asked about the bride and groom and they had answered the questions before hand. Each guest got a moustache, representing the groom or lips, representing the bride. The questions were then asked and the guest had to guess who answered bride or groom by holding up their moustache or lips. For example: who is the messiest.
3. Find the guest:
A fun game to get guests mingling and talking to each other. Each had a print out of questions. For example: Find the guest that is the same age as you, find the guest that is wearing pink. A nice little ice breaker!