Hosting a bridal shower anytime soon and stuck on how to make it a little more stylish? Well if you adore all things vintage, Clemens Designs is serving up some serious tea party inspiration on this Friday morning. I've never seen coffee filters look so pretty, and I think I know a DIY project I will be attempting in the near future. Coffee filter chandelier? Yes please. Pam Rodrigues Photography is showering us with even more goodness thank to all her pretty images in the full gallery so the pretty party doesn't have to end!
From Clemens Designs...The bride to be, Gabriela, is a fashion designer so my approach as I designed her bridal shower was to incorporate her passion into a vintage theme. I wanted the event to have a vintage/romantic feeling and to incorporate texture and fabrics. Once we had the date I worked with her sister-in-law, who was hosting the event, and came up with the design for the whole party. The florist came from Boston and did an amazing job! We used a lot of flowers in vintage tea sets.We used a lot of vintage elements like wooden thread spools, lace,fabrics, crochet tableclothes and even a sewing machine. To add more texture to the decor I created a Chandelier with coffee filter flowers.I actually used them on cages hanging from the ceiling. The invitation was sent with a recipe card that the guests were asked to bring it back to the shower to share it with the bride-to-be. We sent guests home with a cake in a jar - strawberry shortcake made by the hostess herself. A sweet touch to end an amazing afternoon.
Photography: Pam Rodrigues Photography / Flowers: GIF Floral and Events Design / Event Design, Planning + Invitations: Clemens Designs / Location: Clearview Golf Club / Cake: Teaspoon Bake Shop