I always keen working on bridal shower project. Designing, decorating and stylising are such fun and creative processes which I enjoy the most! I’m loving the opportunity working with different clients, exploring new ideas & custom themes and getting my hands dirty on every detail. This back to school bridal shower is probably one of my favourite ones so far! Something about this pastel back to school themed party and cute school supplies which are too adorable to resist!
Bring back the mood of nostalgic school time moments with these cute party details.
Chalkboard sign is the perfect fitting for this back to school themed party. I custom designed the typography ‘Soon to be Mrs Mario’ and was printed on the black background to add the impression of a chalkboard. For the centrepiece, I laid a cutting board and placed some flower arrangements on the table. Blush pink carnations, soft orange roses, daisies and baby’s breath made the table even prettier. In addition, yummy treat with cute toppers were set up above the composition of vintage books.
Bride-to-be special seat: adorned with a beautiful foliage tied with blush pink ribbon.
I was all out with this scrapping paper idea to create cutlery covers, paper boats, menus and placemats. The note inspired menu was placed on the plate, next to a folded lined paper to cover the cutlery. For this occasion, I designed a custom piece of notebook features some doodles & handwriting- also contains a personal message each bridesmaids to their bride-to-be. It would be the perfect keepsake too!
Pink roses origami flower and bride-to-be dollies adding a personal touch.
Pencil placing holders
Inspired by the template tutorial ‘Design is Yay’, I named all guests with these pencil placing holders in these pastel blue, pink, purple, green, blue and yellow colour.
While we all fall back to the charming childhood memories, I added a little twist with these cake toppers. Playing around with sassy, witty and naughty hen party icons to create this ‘adults only’ section.
The vintage map were hanging on the wall with the chalkboard buntings. I spelled and handwritten the bride-to-be name with white chalk. A set of wedding couple helium balloons were both fitted on each side.
The lovely bridesmaids and bride-to-be were having brunch together wearing preppy school outfit looks to match up with the theme.