Planning Your Bridal Shower
Your wedding is just weeks away, and what great way to spend a last fun girls day or night out on the town then with your bridal shower. Bridal showers have been a tradition for years for the bride to get to spend quality time with her close female friends and family members.
Bridal showers are usually hosted by another party other than the bride herself, but it's not uncommon for the bride to participate in planning the event as well. Where it is to be held will be up to the host, often it is done at their home, restaurant, tea house or even a night out clubbing. Before your invites are sent out, you and your fiancee may want to register for your wedding gifts so your guests can see where to purchase gifts.
Bridal shower invitations can be purchased at a local gift shop or if you are looking for something unique, you may want to look on the internet for them as well. Alot of internet wedding invitation shops also carry many selections of bridal shower invitations as well. You may want to also purchase rsvp cards if your host prefers them to respond by mail. You can include in your invitation places where you have registered to give your guests a hint what to buy for you.
Bridal shower games can be alot of fun as well. There are many books and games at party supply places online or locally you can find about bridal shower games.
Co-ed wedding showers have also become popular, if the bride and groom do not wish to have separate parties. This gives the opportunity to invite all friends and family to your event and can be hosted by you and your husband-to-be.