Bridal Shower Decoration Ideas

One of your duties as a bridesmaid is to plan the bridal shower, and although it can be an exciting duty, it can also be quiet overwhelming. One aspect of planning the bridal shower is organizing the decorations. Having a theme in mind will help tons and help guide you in choosing the bridal shower decor. You can also create inspiration boards and put together bits and pieces you think the bride-to-be will love. Here are a few such decor pieces I’ve seen accessorizing bridal showers.



Whether colorful, monochrome, or wrapped in elegance, balloons are a favorite bridal shower decoration. Not only do they add a bit of whimsical style on their own, they can be turned up a notch with just a few simple creative changes. Wrap them in tulle (DIY tutorial here) or lace or fill them with colorful confetti (tutorial here).

Top: Sweet Society | Bottom Left: Kojo Designs | Bottom Right: Fresh Ivey Photography via Utterly Engaged 



Signs can point in the right direction, welcome guests, share a love story, and add to the bridal shower theme. You can create a chalkboard sign, hang a banner, print templates and frame them, or create your own.

Left: omg Cute Things | Top Right: Just a Bird Printables via Quiet Like Horses¬†| Bottom Right: Pen N’ Paper Flowers



Flowers are pretty as centerpieces, but you can do so much more with them. Hang them from jars or from the ceiling, infuse ice cubes with them, use them as a backdrop, tuck a wildflower into the napkin ring, put them in teacups, place single flowers in colorful vases or bunches in glittering gold holders.

Left: Mod Wedding | Top Right: weddingomania | Bottom Right: Cameron Ingalls via Style Me Pretty

Paper Products


Paper is anything but boring, especially when it’s in the form of pom poms, pinwheels, garlands, and streamers.

Top: Hostess with the Mostess | Bottom Left: Hobby Lobby | Bottom Right: Paper Mash



A picture is worth a thousand words. Photos of the couple add a personal touch and will surely grab the bride-to-be by the heart strings. Display them on a clothing line or hang them on a tree. You could also display them on an old door or shutters, a window frame or tie them at the end of a balloon string (tutorial here).

Top: Jamie Zanotti via Emmaline Bride | Bottom Left: Alixann Loosle via Ultimate Bridesmaid | Bottom Right: Wedding Chicks

Which decor idea is your favorite?


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