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Rustic Garden Bridal Shower

Rustic Garden Bridal Shower

When planning a rustic garden bridal shower, your outdoor location has to be a beautiful spot to relax & enjoy each others company.  A nice shaded area which is comfortable for lounging such as large, fluffy pillows in a lavender, blush, and ivory colors.  Old porch swing was converted into a table covered with a moss & lace runner & decorated hydrangeas, roses, and alliums arrangement.

Hosting a outdoor, rustic bridal shower for brunch can leave a host wondering what to serve.  Of course, eggs are involved and some sort of alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage.  Usually brunch is between 11am and 2pm.  Commonly accepted brunch foods are:

  • Biscuits
  • Bacon-related or roasted meats
  • Cheese, jam, toast, or french-toast
  • Croissants, bagels, & sandwiches
  • Yogurt or parfaits
  • Egg omelets or quiche
  • Pancakes, waffles, & syrup
  • Bread pudding & pastries

See the following photos for creative ideas for your Rustic Garden Bridal Shower.

Woodland bridal shower

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

Bridal shower invitation

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A mimosa bar with fresh fruits.

Mimosa bar

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

A few notes from the Evermore team…Our goal of the shoot was to capture the true meaning of sisterhood, friendship and genuinely celebrating the bride….posted by 100layercake.com

Floral wristlets

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

The ladies made floral wreaths, bracelets, and accessories to wear for the shower too…..posted by 100layercake.com.

Brunch dessert bar

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

Woodland bridal shower

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

Woodland bridal shower

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

Woodland bridal shower

Photo Credit: Shauna Veasey Photography/100layercake.com

………….. Hung above the girls was a simple DIY copper pipe chandelier draped with dyed silk ribbons and glass floral containers with single stems of flowers. Matching vintage china, flatware with a patina finish, vintage colored glasses, and dyed ombre lavender napkins served as the place setting. Small hand-painted watercolor cakes set atop brass candlesticks and served as the personalized place cards……posted by 100layercake.com.

Special Thanks To 100layercake For Posting & Image Screenshots.