Winter is perfect for tea parties or cosy dinners at home, but you can also pick an interesting venue such as a lovely restaurant or a cellar door. If you are planning a shower at your house pick a theme that suits the moodiness of the season such as winter fairy-tale. This theme is very inspirational for both food and décor and you can work with white as your base colour and then add some sparkly details to make everything look more festive.
Or do you prefer countryside chic and vintage florals? We think this design is ideal for a rustic-style English tea party! A boudoir party is also a great girly theme perfect for the indoors! If you want to skip the whole concept of a themed party, simply choose a colour scheme and create any design you like. Pink and gold is a trendy combo, but we also love deep maroon and gold for a winter bridal shower because it's just so romantic and elegant.
Your winter bridal shower theme can also revolve around the menu. Does your bride love French macarons and champagne? Why not make a stylish dinner party inspired by Paris – the city of love! If she is a fan of chocolate set up a DIY hot chocolate bar where everyone can create their own perfect cup! A high tea with finger sandwiches, mini cakes and a range of teas is a great choice, or, if you want a gourmet experience you can take the girls to a wine tasting and food pairing. You can also focus on a specific cuisine such as Japanese, Italian or Thai or simply serve a variety of delicious canapés and desserts with champagne if you want to please everyone.
If you are planning a small party at home, entertaining the guests won’t be a problem. Prepare a few fun bridal shower games you know your bride will love, or think of an activity everyone will enjoy, such as cupcake decorating or organise a pampering session (think pedicures or manicures). Even a pyjama party with chick flicks and delicious finger food could be a good idea, but if you are up for a classy lunch or dinner, simply think of some great background music.
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