KPW worked with an amazing and creative team of vendors to produce this Bridal Shower.
Color palette: Creams, ivory, white, blush, sage green, cement grey, touches of violet
Blooms: Ranunculus, Blooming Branches, Pussy Willow, Greenery, and Sweet Peas
One of the best parts of wedding festivities is celebrating with your loved ones while you embark on this new and exciting journey. The mother of our bride planned a beautiful bridal shower filled with creative and unique details designed for her daughter, at Terrain. When the bride walked in, her mother gifted her with an exquisite gold floral cuff.
The Terrain Design team created many special touches such as a show-stopping greenery and bloom branch arrangement that hung over the head table. Whimsical ribbons flowed from the bridesmaids’ chairs and greenery and florals accents defined the bride’s chair.
At each place setting was an elegant place mat, designed by Two Paper Dolls, reading ‘When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.’ TPD also crafted personalized drink stirrers saying ‘Let love grow,’ cocktail napkins, watering can escort cards, and so much more.
Terrain served its famous bread, mushroom soup shooters, crudité, and a delicious lunch buffet highlighting the delicate flavors of spring. A mimosa bar was available, with champagne, rosé, white wine, and lavender lemonade with a sprig of lavender for garnish.
For dessert, our bride and guests enjoyed an almond pound cake with refreshing lemon curd filling and decadent butter cream frosting, lovingly baked by Whipped. Macaroons were available as a favor for guests as they left the event.
Guests played the toilet paper dress game with the bride blindfolded. Each table took a few minutes to use toilet paper to design a dress on Allie. When the blindfold was removed, her groom was standing in front of her, surprising her!
Another special surprise included a montage video created by CinemaCake, with contributions from the mother of the bride, bridesmaids, and family members. The video featured images of the bride throughout the years. The last photo was of the bride and groom, sparking happy tears around the room. It was a beautiful, emotional, and love-filled day.
Planning: KPW Productions
Photography: Sarah DiCicco Photography
Stationery: Two Paper Dolls
Cake: Whipped Bakeshop