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Pinky Bridal Shower

 

I had the best time throwing this shower for my best friend from college, Christina (Tina—we starting calling her this freshmen year and she hates it but apparently no one else does because it STUCK in a major way! Sorry, Tina!). Our house has been disarray for the better part of a year so throwing her shower was the motivation I needed to continue decorating and have Nick finish a lot of his projects.

Going back through these pictures makes me wish I had enjoyed this brunch spread more (I definitely indulged in the bubbly. One might say a little too much! J). But oh my gosh, yum!  I tried to go fairly simple with my recipes because I hadn’t planned on having a lot of help the morning of the party. Turns out, I ended up having so much help the morning of and we were still running around like chickens with our heads cut off…which is pretty much the standard before my parties J. And, I loved how the mix of pretty florals and green succulents came out! I wish I could redo my wedding (I feel like I say that all the time!).

Anyway, enjoy viewing what feels like hundreds of pics from the party—I’m sorry but they are all so pretty!!!!

Now I’m off to Chicago for more wedding celebrating festivities—wooh!!

Decor

Flowers – Trader Joe’s

Succulents & clay pots – Home Depot

Love ballon – Amazon

Fabric – JoAnne’s (I actually turned the fabric inside out to make the colors a bit more dull. I used it as a runner and then also pinned it to a cork board for the food backdrop)

Photos – Fox Print

Gold photo holders – CB2

Balloon Banner – DIY coming soon!

She Said Yaaaas Banner – Amazon

Drink stirrers – Amazon

Floral straws – Etsy

Food Menu

Bagels & cream cheese

Bacon & Cheese Quiche (recipe coming soon)

Spinach & Cheese Quiche (recipe coming soon)

Mini cinnamon rolls (literally the cutest and SO easy)

Mini Cinnamon Roll Muffin Bites

Cheese & crackers

Biscuits & gravy (thinking I need to do a whole breakfast recipe post!)

Mini pancakes (used frozen mini pancakes and baked them and skewered them!)

Cake – Dolce Bakery

Drink Menu

Raspberry sherbet + fresh rosemary + sparkling rosé (or prosecco would have been great, too!) = the easiest drink ever!

*Disclaimer: you may go through many many many bottles of bubbly with this concoction

 

 

 

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