It's time to throw the toilet paper wedding dress to the windâ€”especially if you're celebrating a non-traditional bride. Bridal showers no longer require awkward icebreakers, tea sandwiches, and an all-eyes-on-the-bride gift opening session.
See how we scrapped the traditional bridal shower lineup and re-wrote the etiquette rules to inspire a more personalized party.
â€”Elizabeth Regalia, Associate Digital Editor
When it comes to shower stationery, why not go with colors and an aesthetic that complement what the bride has chosen for the big day? For a wedding taking place at a winery on Long Island, we chose a Minted bridal shower suite in a regal shade of purple that matched the bridesmaid dresses. A kraft paper envelope picked up the colors that would show up at the barn reception.
When planning a shower at a restaurant, keep in mind your decor must travel. These accordion photo centerpieces were inspired by a Paper + Cup template that's a cinch to customize. Since they fold into perfect rectangles, they are easy-to-transport and still have a personal touch.
Get inspired by DIY details these real couples created for their big day.See the Latest