Circus Bridal shower

My sister in-law had a adorable party that had a circus theme. Ann Stone, Michelle’s aunt, was the one that set up this wonderful party. I just had to share it. Image

We had a lot of fun. They made a “photo booth” With a banner and fabric. They did it in a hallway and had lots of props to play around with.



It’s not hard to do but so cute.

ImageThey also had a circus tent of all the gifts.

ImageThey had games and you won tickets. This one you had to throw buttons into the mason jars.


The signs had a vintage feel.


They made this bean bag game with one of the couples engagements photos.


They had a “kissing booth” where you had to pin a kiss on the grooms face. Loved it. 


They printed out little lips and you put your name on the back to see who got closest. 

ImageThe sign was the the hallways so you knew where to go. 


These shower had lots of food! It all went with the theme. Corndogs, popcorn, big pickles, cupcakes, and fruit. ImageThe Invites were also the theme. They did a great job. 


ImageThis was the best personal touch of the evening. They had this sign and banner where she sat to open all her gifts. This was a wonderful shower and I love that I have a new sister in-law!

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Spring bridal shower

This is an bridal shower from a while ago. Sometimes simple is best! We found these pink and white dot envelopes and they were so cute it ended up being the color theme of the party.

During spring and summer you can get great deals on flowers. For the tables we had pink potted plants with a ribbon but the small flower pots were table decorations and at the end of the party they took them home as their party gift. The silver mini pots were found at Ikea for 50 cents a pot. I wish I had taken more pictures but it was a prefect set up for a spring bridal shower!


Vintage Bridal Shower

Over the weekend we had the pleasure of throwing my new sister in-law to be a Bridal Shower.  It was an awesome opportunity. The best part was seeing the new addition excited for her up coming wedding! So much of the decor was from

You can rent all of this off this website. It’s Utah based company but if you don’t live in Utah you can check if there is local businesses that are similar. Definitely check out beehivevintagerentals.comImageI love the vintage feel of things. This is simple. I rented the cages from and added flowers and candy.ImageImageFelt flowers and twine is what the garland is made of.ImageThe white file box was also rented. It’s cute small piece.ImageThe banner and pictures was an idea I got from Pebbles in my Pocket. They have so many cute ideas in the store so if you get a chance definitely check it out. All of there produces are available online @ front was also decorated. The table you can rent from and the water can. The flowers gave color.ImageMy mom made this for the front door and gave it to her at the end for her house. So cute for a front door of a new home. It’s just an old frame from DI(goodwill), letters, paint, and lace.ImageThe tables came out great! The china was my mother’s (which everyone knows someone that has china). All the containers on the table are from beehivevintagerental. The mason jars that are colored were dyed by my sister to make sure there was color on the table. ImageThe flowers were from CostcoImage and that definitely keeps the cost down.ImageWhat’s a shower without food and lots of it! It was a brunch so we had a hash brown casserole and and green chili and egg casserole. Lots of fruit and mini muffins. Of course we had to have some cupcakes in the end. ImageMy sister made these cupcakes. She got the chocolate heart idea from pinterest. But it worked.ImageImageSimply added ribbon makes it a little more formal. It also added color.ImageIt was so fun putting this all together! I love the kids parties but this was different and so much fun! I hope you enjoyed and let me know if you liked it! Thanks so much for making this party a success!