Sep 13, 2013

A Refashioned Bridal Shower

Recently, my friend and I had the pleasure of giving a shower to a beautiful bride-to-be.  In keeping with the theme of my blog, most of the decorations were made from thrifted items.  The centerpieces were made from miscellaneous tins spray painted in the bride's colors and then embellished with paper, ribbons, and trims.  The tins easily stack on top of each other.  There was no need to glue them together, plus it makes for easier storage after the event.  Also, after the flower was glued to the bow, I added a magnet to the back to attach it to the top of the tins, which makes for super simple removal and storage! 

  

  

The backdrop to the dessert table was from thrifted fabric, and a thrifted window scarf.  Even the ribbons were found at a thrift shop.  The silk flowers came from the dollar store.


My present to the bride-to-be was an apron from...you guessed it...thrifted items—a skirt and blouse that I had previously turned into an apron (and tucked away waiting to be gifted to the right person.)  It just happened to be in the bride's colors, so I thought it would be a fitting gift!


So with a little imagination, you can decorate for a cute bridal shower without spending a lot!

I like to link to these great parties!



2 comments:

  1. The layered tin wedding cakes and the fabric/flower backdrop are fabulous, Sue! Love the apron too!

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  2. I really like your layered tins!! Thanks for linking up with Tickled Pink Times Two! Make it a pink day...

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate the feedback and always look forward to reading what you have to say! Susan