Tropical Bridal Shower
Photography by Candi Noble
This post is sponsored by Day Dream Society.
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OMG! Where did the school year go? I can't believe summer is here, but I'll take it, and I am ready to have some relaxing time, how about you?
Today I want to share this beautiful Tropical Bridal Shower with you. It's so fun to bring a little tropical flair no matter where you are. With pineapples and palm leafs and pops of pink, green, and gold--- I know you're going to love it!
Let's get started with the heart of any party--- the cake! For the cake I chose a lovely pink and white layered cake with ruffles. I added this fun bride tribe cake topper and used a marble and gold cake plate for some added glamour!
I also served a variety of delicious cupcakes with these personalized geometric cupcake toppers along with some acrylic pineapple and palm leaf toppers.
Along with the cake and cupcakes, we had passion fruit mousse, and mini fruit tarts, macarons, and of course cookies!
We made the desserts table a focal point by having everything on a single shelf that I styled with even more of those lovely palm fronds, with pops of our party colors everywhere.
We kept the tropical theme going through the beverages station also, serving fruit infused water along with strawberry pineapple mojito. I styled this table with tropical fruit and more of our beautiful flowers.
To give my party a little bit more of a tropical feel, I went ahead and rented short white tables and some fun pillows for guests to sit on. I felt like having a regular table and chairs wouldn't be as fun as sitting on the ground... of course with a nice big rug under it.
I loved creating the tropical centerpiece that definitely brought all the colors together and gave it the tropical look.
For the place settings, I went with some beautiful tropical themed pink and teal plates with gold foil. I paired them with these fun and unique cutlery.
As for the menu, I decided to use some acrylic and geometrical shaped menus instead of paper, I think it added a special touch and guests loved the idea!
Each guest had a personalized place setting and their very own mini bottle of Moet Champagne.
What I love about this party is that with only a few simple touches you really can bring a bit of the tropics to your party no matter where!
Hope you all liked this Bridal Shower and I hope I inspired you to celebrate your Bride-to-be with a Tropical theme and an outdoor celebration!
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Collaborators and Suppliers:
Styling: Mint Event Design
Creative Partner: Black Twine
Photography : Candi Noble Photography
Paper Plates: Daydream Society
Desserts: Latin Bakery Austin
Party Printables: Just a Little Sparkle
Rentals: Moon Tower Rentals
Acrylic menus and drink signs: Paper and Pine
Stirrers, names and toppers: California Lustre
Tablecloth on drink station: Qts Pretty Lil Things
Champagne: Moet & Chandon
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