Bridal Shower Craft Party Ideas

Bridal Shower Craft Party Ideas

Photo by: Heidi of White Loft Studio via Style Me Pretty

 

Bridal showers and craft parties go together like milk and cookies, chocolate and peanut butter, pumpkin spice and…well, you get the drift. They’re an awesome combination and are perfect for the diy bride-to-be or the host who wants to add something a little different to the bridal shower activity list. It’s a super easy theme to put together, too. Create a list of crafty projects, gather the tools, and voila! Let the guests entertain themselves inside a mess of glue and glitter. Here are some ideas.

The Invitation

 

Get crafty with the invitation and let guests know exactly what they’re in for. Do they need to bring any supplies? Wear grungy clothes? Make sure to tell them in the invite. I love how Aileen Cheng added colorful washi tape to the envelope above.

The Tools

Feathers: Birds of a Feather via 100 Layer Cake | Heart Stamp and Pencils: Heidi of White Loft Studio via Style Me Pretty | Craft Table: The Why We Love via Ruffled

Feathers: Birds of a Feather via 100 Layer Cake | Heart Stamp and Pencils: Heidi of White Loft Studio via Style Me Pretty | Craft Table: The Why We Love via Ruffled

 

The tools you’ll need to supply depend on the type of craft(s) the guests will be making. Supplies to consider: feathers, colored pencils, glitter, markers and crayons, scissors, tape, decorative washi tape, glue, ribbon, rulers, paper products, canvas, thread, paint, stamps, stickers, paintbrushes, sequins.

The Crafts

Heart Bottle: Heidi of White Loft Studio via Style Me Pretty | Scrapbook: Wedding Bee | Craft Table: The Why We Love via Ruffled | Painted Rocks: Birds of a Feather via 100 Layer Cake | Mugs:  Living Well Spending Less

Heart Bottle: Heidi of White Loft Studio via Style Me Pretty | Scrapbook: Wedding Bee | Craft Table: The Why We Love via Ruffled | Painted Rocks: Birds of a Feather via 100 Layer Cake | Mugs: Living Well Spending Less

 

Set up tables with different craft projects. Make them simple and quick crafts that the guests will enjoy taking home. Or have one large crafting project that either the guests can take home as a favor or create for the bride, like a scrapbook with each page made by a different guest. Other ideas:

  • Message in a Bottle – have guests write advice and inspiration on hearts and secure them in a mini bottle for the bride-to-be.
  • Paint Table – supply palettes, paint, and mini canvases for guests to create works of art with.
  • Painted Rocks – Her inner bohemian will love crafting painted rocks she can later arrange in her garden.
  • Sharpie Mugs – Follow this tutorial for cute mug art.
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