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5 Brilliant Summer Bridal Shower Ideas


Looking for ideas to make your best friend and bride-to-be feel loved and honored with a shower she’s sure to remember? I have been to some pretty bland bridal showers in my day, with potluck food and no real theme, so when looking for inspiration, I wanted to see who was doing something memorable in the bridal shower department. Here are a few of my favorites.

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  • Black-Eyed Susan Bridal Shower 1 of 5
    Black-Eyed Susan Bridal Shower
    This flower-inspired theme is perfect for the next month or so when those gorgeous golden flowers start blooming like crazy. via i am baker.
  • Sprinkled with Love Gelato Party 2 of 5
    Sprinkled with Love Gelato Party
    I just love the idea of having a gelato party, and warm summer months with a blushing bride-to-be seems to be the perfect time to do it. A contest of who comes up with the best flavor combination for the soon-to-be-married couple and it's bridal shower success. via Nesting Project
  • Muffins and Mimosas in the Morning 3 of 5
    Muffins and Mimosas in the Morning
    I read somewhere that the food should match the time of day, and I am a huge fan of brunch, personally, so when there is talk of mimosas paired with some of my favorite foods, well, you'll bet I'm interested. via P is for Party. Brilliant party idea.
  • Tea Buffet Bridal Shower 4 of 5
    Tea Buffet Bridal Shower
    This tea party is more than just a tea party. You can mix up your own blends as favors. Plus, there are plenty of tea cakes to go around as well. via 100 Layer Cake. Photos by Natalie Hunfalvay.
  • Tiki Bar Bridal Shower 5 of 5
    Tiki Bar Bridal Shower
    These girls know how to party and have a good time. Originally for a bachelorette party, but add a few island-inspired eats and a fun bridal shower in the sun you do have. via JCS Loft.

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