Spring Bridal Shower Themes

Spring Bridal Shower Themes

Photo by Edyta Szyszlo via Events by Shelbi Rene


We might still be trudging through the winter months, but it’s never too early to start dreaming about and planning a spring bridal shower. 2015 is sure to be full of gorgeous spring bridal shower inspiration – I’ve already found a few. Some are classic staples and some are a twist on the traditional.


Cherry Blossom


If spring came in the form of a flower, I think it would be the cherry blossom. From pure white to rich pink, the cherry blossom has gained popularity all over the world for its historic symbolism and beauty. Cherry blossoms, whether real of faux, can be used to decorate bridal shower desserts (the flowers are edible in small quantity) and spruce up table centerpieces. A white and pink palette with a touch of green is the perfect combination for welcoming spring.


Spring Luncheon


Get the girls together and celebrate the bride-to-be with a spring luncheon. Decorate with buckets of flowers, rain boots, and paper parasols. Place fresh blossoms on the table. Serve soup, salad, and sandwiches.


Tea Party


Bridal shower tea parties never go out of style! Serve a variety of teas (loose leaf or bagged) in matching or mismatched tea cups. Offer sugar cubes, lemon wedges, milk, creamer, and honey. Light refreshments like finger sandwiches, soup, and petite sweets are always hits at tea parties. If the weather’s nice, host the party in a garden. If not, bring the outdoors inside with fresh flowers and potted plants.


Blooming Bride

Photo by Karina Savina via Magnolia Rouge

Photo by Karina Savina via Magnolia Rouge


I love this concept by Marzipan Wedding Studio – the blooming bride. The idea is an early spring atmosphere that highlights the beauty of the moment before the bride becomes a wife. Kind of like the sprouting buds of a flower. Decorate the space with flowers, leaves, and branches, soft pinks, white and cream, and have guests make a flower crown to wear during the party.


Fruit and Flowers

Photo by Jonathan Fong via ehow

Photo by Jonathan Fong via ehow


Boxes of fruit and vases of flowers decorate the table. Serve fresh fruit and fruit-infused refreshments. Drop sliced lemons into pitchers of water. Make flower ice cubes to put in drinks. Have a professional florist teach flower arranging.


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