Shower Games That Are Actually Fun to Play -Getting Your Marriage
off to a Great Start -only lone time with special friends
best friend or one of your gilr friend is getting married
as a friends you want to help make this a special time in
her life, and one of the things you'd like to help with is
planning a bridal shower.Planning a wedding shower that will
be remembered with pleasure does not have to be difficult
if you keep a few tips in mind
A wedding shower can take place two weeks before the wedding.
Private homes, Booked apartment or club houses with close
flexiblity to all invitations.
Usually the maid of honor or close friends do the honors of
hosting the bridal shower. Family members, such as sisters
or mother-in-laws, traditionally do not host the showers since
it can be viewed as self-serving.
haves: Designate a person to record all gifts and who
gave them. This is so the bride and groom can properly thank
givers by promptly sending a thank you card. It is also appropriate
to give each attendee a bridal shower favor, such as a gift
to invite: Close friends, family, coworkers of the bride
and groom and church or congregation members can shower good
wishes on the couple. Don't invite everyone on the
wedding guest list to the shower -- it should be personal.
A good rule of thumb is creating a list of people you'd invite
to a close birthday party.
the event unfolds: Set aside about two hours for the event.
Greet guests and serve light appetizers. After most guests
have arrived, go around the room and have guests introduce
themselves and say how they know the bride and groom. Play
three or four shower games, if desired. Break for refreshments
and other incidentals. Open gifts. Host should thank departing
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