Sunday, July 21, 2013

Bridal Shower Brunch.

Yesterday I threw a bridal shower for our darling babysitter.
She's been babysitting for our kids since they were babies....


She is SUPER special to our family which is why I was SUPER excited to host her shower.

Here are some details from the festivities:


Her wedding colors are: coral, mint green and gray.
{LoVe!}

For centerpieces, I covered tin cans with scrapbook paper and embellished the tops with ribbon.
I then filled them with fresh flowers.
{Can't ever go wrong with fresh flowers!}




I also decorated with two burlap banners.
I bought the banners plain, and then die cut the letters for 'Mr. & Mrs.' and 'Love' and hot glued them right onto the burlap.




For beverages, I served water and punch...


Water bottle labels, as well as food cards and favor tags 
were all designed by Tipsy Graphics.
{LOVE working with Michelle at Tipsy Graphics.  
She's quickly become my go-to gal for labels and designs!}


As for the food, I served....





The take home favors might have just been my favorite.
Homemade sugar cookies packaged up like this...



The morning was LOTS of FUN and I couldn't be more excited for our lil babysitter.
She's got such a bright future ahead of her.
Can't wait for the wedding now!! 




5 comments:

  1. Marci-
    I was just telling my SIL the other day about something from your blog and said, "my friend posted..." and then I realized that even though I have been a reader for a long time and feel like we are friends (kindred spirits really) we don't actually know each other! :) So, I had to kind of explain to her that I don't know you for real, I just wish I did.
    Anyway, I write a party planning blog (http://eventstocelebrate.net) and would LOVE to feature any/all of the great parties you post about. Contact me (evenstocelebrateblog@gmail.com) if you are interested. You'll get all the credit and I know my readers would LOVE your ideas!!

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  2. Everything looks great, Marci (of corse it does!!) Thanks for choosing my shop!
    I will have to try making that salad. Looks great!!
    Michelle

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  3. Marci, is there any way I could convince you to share the recipe for those German Chocolate Brownies? They look divine and I would love to make some. Thank you!
    -Michelle S.

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    1. Most certainly Michelle! I've posted them on my blog here:

      http://marcicoombs.blogspot.com/2012/05/dessert-recipes-you-must-try.html

      xoxo

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  4. I was looking for a venue that was modern with neutral colors & background and thus chose this place for my wedding reception this past summer.

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