We are so delighted to share Sweet Lauren Cakes beautiful cake pop artistry. Using our wedding invitations, save the date cards, and bridal shower invitations as inspiration, she crafted these gorgeous eye catching deserts.
This week we are sharing some of our favorite styles and inspirations for bridal showers. Here are just a few of newest bridal shower invitations that we love and would pair nicely with a chic, stylish and pretty bridal shower. Make sure to show your maid of honor these fresh new styles!
Which design in your favorite?
Spring is in full bloom and we’re crushing on all things floral. Roses are on our radar, and these three bridal shower invitations truly make us want to stop and smell the flowers. Aren’t they lovely?
Bright, vibrant colors are one of the big trends for spring and summer—and we’ve rounded up some of our favorite stationery picks that really pack a punch. Whether you lean towards something more modern, artistic or traditional, adding a heavy dose of color makes any design come alive. Which one catches your eye? Leave us a comment and let us know!
There are so many beautiful new bridal shower invitations on our site, it’s hard to choose just one! We went with a gorgeous Jenny Romanski design for today’s board. The contrasting patterned back and vintage frame label, along with the teal, pink, and sage green color palette, all inspired the theme of the event.
The romantic contrast of peachy pinks, bright pinks, and teal on this artistic bridal shower invitation set the theme for this inspiration board. Use full blooms like roses and peonies in different shades of pink to create a beautiful tablescape. Carry the color scheme through with your dessert items and drinks to tie it all together!
If your friends and family are honoring you with a spring bridal shower, you’re going to love the batch of new bridal shower invitations that just launched at Wedding Paper Divas! We simply can’t get enough of the arty watercolor accents, vibrant colors, chic typography and fresh floral patterns featured in these new designs.
Wouldn’t you agree? Leave us a comment below and let us know which design is your favorite!
One of my Wedding Paper Divas colleagues and I are so excited to host a bridal shower for one of our best friends this spring. From favors to the menu, decor and (of course) the invitations, we’re oohing and aahing over every detail.
Here are some of the bridal shower themes we’re thinking about for the big event, based on both our collection of bridal shower invitations and the lovely favors in our Beau-coup favor shop. Which look do you like best?
Game Night Bridal Shower Party
Girly Glamour Bridal Shower
Sweets & Treats Bridal Shower Party
Who doesn’t love to indulge their sweet tooth? We like the idea of hosting a dessert party with this Tea Cakes bridal shower invitation, but instead of giving sweets as favors we’d hand out these charming towel cakes to mix things up.
Tea Party Bridal Shower
Divine Damask Bridal Shower Party
Looking for a luxurious way to celebrate your bride-to-be? Our stunning Thermography Collection bridal shower invitations offer a chic and timeless way to gather everyone together in her honor.
By heating traditional wet ink with a powder compound, stationer William Arthur creates these beautiful invites with printing that rises off the paper to simulate the refined look of engraving—aren’t they gorgeous?
If you fall in love with a particular design but aren’t in love with the available colors, don’t fret. We offer custom color options for all of our invites, and the best part is customization is free for a limited time—so don’t delay your stationery shopping!
These days, it’s common for a bride-to-be to have friends and family sprinkled throughout different parts of the country, which can make getting together for a bridal shower somewhat tricky. This common occurrence can often result in multiple bridal showers, and while some see this as a way for different groups of people in the bride’s life to honor her in their own special way, others might find it in poor taste.
When should a bride-to-be have multiple showers, if ever? Would you welcome them or feel overwhelmed? Should guests be expected to participate in multiple bridal showers for the same couple? Rant or rave about it!