Hosting a Beautiful Patio Shower05 Jun 2016, by Tips From The Designers Tuesday in
Wedding season is here and that means if you aren’t planning a bridal shower of your own then you’re probably attending one! When it comes to planning a bridal shower, there are a lot of options. From themes to decorations, food to refreshments, you want to ensure that you not only create a welcoming environment for guests to enjoy but it’s also something that the bride (and groom!) will enjoy.
The first thing you’ll want to do when getting ready for a bridal shower is to create an entrance that let guests know just where they are and what they can expect.
Here’s the entrance to a patio shower we recently did for a client in Loveland:
After you get the entrance to the shower all ready to go, make sure you fill both the home as well as the patio with decorations. Guests will be walking through the home to get to the patio, so you want to create a cohesive environment for them to walk through so they don’t forget why they’re there!
Don’t forget to be creative with the way you display your refreshments and food. Make sure you go out and get some risers as well as flowers to add an extra elegant touch to the look of the shower!
Thankfully, when you’re looking for items to decorate the patio shower you can find what you need over at A Village Gift Shop at Century House.
When you visit our gift shop you’ll find that we carry a variety of products that are more than capable of fulfilling your party supply needs!
Check out these Mud-Pie service pieces that include a butter dish, frame, and a silver serving platter:
We’ve also got a Brie baker and dip mix to help you create the perfect dipping platter to go along with that tasty cheese!
Lastly, check out the Swan Creek mini dish you can serve up something delectable in!
All of these items as well as many more can be in found in A Village Gift Shop in historic Glendale! We also offer personal shoppers to help you find exactly what you’re looking for to ensure that this patio shower is the best one you’ll ever throw!