French Cottage Bridal Shower
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With spring in the air, there's no better way to celebrate your favorite bride-to-be than with a whimsical and romantic French Cottage Bridal Shower. Setting up a beautiful dessert and drink station that will bring the right ambiance to a French look is all you need. Whether you do it outdoors or inside, this set up will be perfect for celebrating the bride.
I used a hutch to serve the desserts. The soft white paint of the piece helped the shades of green, pink and gold décor pop even more and gave the party a French country, whimsical look. As my focal point, I used the center of the hutch to set up my cake, a “sweet wishes” station for the bride, cookies and some pistachio flavored macarons as “thank you” favors for the guests.
The two-tier cake was inspired by the Martha Stewart New Mint and Blush Party Collection and I used a Coral Magnolia Stem to create the topper. Isn’t it gorgeous!
The cookies were also inspired by the beautiful soft color collection and the place card with the gold lettering just added the perfect touch!
I decorated the top shelf with some apothecary jars of various sizes and placed them on top of a vintage suitcase. I filled them up with marshmallows and pink candy. It was easy to embellish them by cutting a mint colored doily in half and gluing the big flower from these flower picks to the doily. Lastly, I just topped it off with a Love sticker.
On the other side of the hutch dresser, I set up a cute bar cart where drinks were served.
For the grand toast, I got these gorgeous plastic champagne flutes and added the Love Stickers.
Did you spot the tiny paper flower on the cupcake? Isn’t it super cute?
I love how the fans from the Martha Stewart deluxe décor kit were the perfect accent to make the bar cart look super festive. Guests will be tickled pink and mint to treat themselves at this party!
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