Monday, June 2, 2014

Monogram & Mimosas Bridal Shower

This weekend, I had the pleasure of creating and decorating a Monogram and Mimosas Brunch Bridal Shower. We used the most vibrant and fun colors. When you have Mimosas involved, it can lead to nothing but fun all the way around. 

The colors were Pink, Purple, Orange and Yellow. I love the look of Ombre, so I used it wherever I could throughout the shower. 

This was the champagne bottle that I decorated in Pink and Gold Ombre. Then of course I added the love sign in an Ombre Purple. You can find this wooden love sign in Michael's. 
Check out the tutorial that that I used here.

Here is the Mimosa Bar. I used Polka dots and Lines for the signage. This brought a vibrant fun vibe to the table. 
This cute little frame came from Michaels for just 2 dollars.  
Also love the silhouette of the woman holding the champagne glass. Perfect depiction of the bride to be. 
 We added a dessert buffet at the last min, but it was perfect for the Ombre letters that I made. The large C came from Michael's and the two smaller letters are from Hobby Lobby. I just used glitter to Ombre the letters and hot glued them together. This was a time consuming task, so I suggest that if you don't have the time, you can always order from Ten23 Designs. They have such beautiful items!

You can't go wrong with a 36 inch Pink Balloon. I ordered this one from Fancy That Loved. Ashley got the item to me very quick. I made the tassel garland to add to the balloon. Look out for the tutorial in a later post.
One of the lovely bridesmaids made the cupcakes and unfortunatly they melted during transport. But the cute little cake toppers I made help them look like this was all part of the plan…lol. This is a proven fact that nothing is every perfect at your party. 
We wrote advice to the bride to be.
The centerpieces were created by using a white box from Michaels, faux floral flowers so the bride can enjoy for a long time and I topped it off with glittered wooden letters. Plain letters found at Michaels. I added a wooden dowel to hold the letter up. 

You can't have a brunch without brunch food. The guest enjoyed, Quiche, french toast sticks, Parfaits, mini pancakes and bacon and sausage on skewers. 

What would a Party be if you didn't top it off with a mini photo shoot with the bride and groom! They were such a fun couple. Congrats to you both!

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