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3 Tips For Bridal Showers and Luncheons

3 Tips For Bridal Showers and Luncheons
Houseplants displayed on a a table.

Let’s talk about bridal showers and luncheons. These intimate soirees for a brides’ nearest and dearest stand out among the events surrounding weddings. With the rise of the mini wedding and celebration, they have become even more popular. Looking to host a memorable girls fête? My top tips are listed below! 

1. Avoid Clichés

Here we set small tables that encouraged conversation in my Brooklyn garden. I opted for a multi-pastel color palette, feminine yes, but not expected. The embroidered light blue linens, pink napkins and unmatched china created a fun and untraditional table.

A table setting for a bridal luncheon.

2. No Need For Floral Centerpieces

Instead of flowers, we used a dainty shower cake made by Sweet Genius star Ron Ben-Israel for the center of the table.

Table setting for a bridal luncheon.

3. Give A Good Favor

Marci Blum holding a houseplant.

Instead of predictable cookies or a half bottle of Prosecco, we tied silk ribbons around a variety of Greendigs plants that also served as party décor. Each guest left with a memento of the occasion—one that would actually last!

Photos: Luis Zepeda Photography 

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