5 Ways to Create a Spring Floral Bridal Shower Party

When the sun begins to shine and the flowers are blooming, we know that spring showers will soon bring forth the most beautiful blossoming colors to our yards and patios. It’s also the best time to host an event for a couple-to-be overflowing with fresh ingredients and refreshments to match. With our friends at Cakebread Cellars, we were able to put together a beautiful spring floral bridal shower inspired by their refreshing Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. From bridal brunches to engagement showers, hosting a special event can be easy when you stick to these key things. 

How to Create a Spring Floral Bridal Shower

5 Tips to Create a Spring Floral Bridal Shower 

ONE: Add Floral Touches to Everything

Bring the magic of the blossoming world inside and in your food by adding blooms to ice cubes, desserts, and veggie trays. Use floral ice cubes for decoration in wine chillers or as edible garnishes for mixed drinks. Even if you don’t want to use real flowers on food, you can arrange items in floral shapes and create floral roses out of carrots or other fruit and veg for decor. 

How to Create a Spring Floral Bridal Shower

TWO: Keep the Menu Light & Seasonal 

The best thing about spring is that the veg and fruit are coming into full season. Some of the things we love to serve for spring showers include cucumber sandwiches, veggie crudites trays, spring onion quiches, and carrot cakes. The fresh veg helps fill people up without feeling like they’ve overeaten. 

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THREE: Use Soft Pastels and Florals as Decor 

Now is the time to bust out your soft hues and pick up a bunch of flowers from the farmer’s market. Floral-inspired cocktail napkins and blush linens keep the decor light and inviting. The fresh flowers add a statement to the buffet-style brunch menu and can even be used as edible decor when washed and prepped. 

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FOUR: Serve Refreshing Cakebread Cellars Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay 

When it comes to serving wine that pleases every palette, I rely on Cakebread Cellars Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay to serve guests. This top-tier family-owned winery produces consistently delightful wines, and the refined tastes pairs perfectly with delicate dishes you may be serving in springtime. 

FIVE: Set a Buffet in a Central Area Easily Accessible by Guests 

Serving in a buffet setting is perfect for welcoming all into your home. We like setting the buffet on a kitchen island or on a dining table with the chairs removed. The point of the buffet is to keep people mobile and interacting with one another so that all guests can get to know each other (if they don’t already). Pro tip: keep the drinks station at the end and the desserts in the middle since most guests will be reaching for a refresh of their beverage before going in for seconds on dessert. 

How to Create a Spring Floral Bridal Shower

Whoever you’re showering- a couple or a bride-to-be, with these tips, your Spring shower is sure to go off without a hitch. 

Author: Cynthia

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