Y'all ready to celebrate love, laughter, and a whole lot of Southern charm? It's time for a wedding shower y'all! Get your cowboy boots and sundresses ready because this is going to be one unforgettable party. In this blog post, we'll give you all the tips and tricks you need to throw the perfect Southern-inspired wedding shower. From decor ideas that will transport you straight to a rustic barnyard to menu options that will have your taste buds dancing, we've got you covered. So grab a glass of sweet tea and let's start planning an event that will have everyone saying "y'all come back now, ya hear?"
Okay this is definitely not the first time I've come to this realization but man, everything takes longer with a baby. Planning a party, cleaning for a party, decorating, prepping, and well, blogging a party. haha. These photos have been up on my computer for a good two weeks! It's all worth it though, I love me a good wedding shower and jumped at the chance to throw this party for my brother and his future wifey.
Brittany is from way down south in Mississippi and will be moving up to Canada after they get married (yay!). We wanted Brittany to feel as at home as possible so a shower with a litte southern charm was definitely on the agenda.
Sweet tea and deep fried pickles, y'all!
I loved embarrassing my brother with some scantilly clad wedding undies.
Congrats you two, looking forward watching y'all tie the knot in June!
A wedding shower is a joyful celebration that brings friends and family together to honor the bride and groom. It's a time to shower them with love, well wishes, and gifts as they embark on their journey of marriage. From delicious food to fun games and heartfelt moments, a wedding shower is a special event that creates lasting memories. If you have any thoughts or experiences to share about wedding showers, we would love to hear from you. Let us know in the comments below!
Frequently Asked Questions
What does shower mean for wedding?
In the context of a wedding, a shower refers to a pre-wedding celebration where friends and family "shower" the couple with gifts. It is typically organized by close friends or family members and can be themed around various aspects, such as kitchen appliances, home decor, or personal care items. The purpose is to help the couple set up their new life together by providing them with essential items for their home. Showers are often accompanied by games, food, and drinks, creating a fun and celebratory atmosphere for all involved.
How many showers are there in a wedding?
The number of showers in a wedding can vary depending on cultural traditions and personal preferences. Typically, there are three main types of showers: the bridal shower, the couple's shower, and the bachelorette/bachelor party. However, it is not uncommon for couples to have multiple showers or to combine different types of showers into one event. Ultimately, the number of showers in a wedding is determined by the couple and those hosting the events.
Who gives a wedding shower?
Traditionally, the maid/matron of honor or the bridesmaids host the wedding shower. However, anyone close to the bride or groom can host it, such as a family member or close friend. The key is for the host/hostess to know the couple well and be able to plan and coordinate a memorable and meaningful event. It's important to communicate with the couple and respect their preferences when it comes to hosting a wedding shower. Ultimately, it's about celebrating their upcoming marriage and showering them with love and support.