Bridal Shower Ideas Everett WA

Looking for Bridal Shower Ideas in Everett? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Everett that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Bridal Shower Ideas in Everett.

Passion Parties by Nora
(206) 250-2165
7711 8th Ave NW
Seattle, WA
Specialty
Parties, Showers

Bobbi Roth Wedding Design
(360) 362-9773
Post Office Box 3
Marysville, WA
 
AmberMay Wedding Consultants
(206) 696-1249
10602 240th Pl SW
Edmonds, WA
 
Fine Line Management & Events
(206) 250-2055
PO Box 27242
Seattle, WA
 
Celebracious
(425) 308-1760
9416 1st Ave NE #218
Seattle, WA
 
A Savvy Affair
(206) 595-1314
14628 Main St.
Mill Creek, WA
 
Creative Wedding & Events
(206) 419-2363
21126 78th Ave W
Edmonds, WA
 
Brunette
(206) 686-4710
12345 Lake City Way NE #283
Seattle, WA
 
Creative Parties and Events
(425) 387-1017
19230 95th Ave NW
Stanwood, WA
 
Events By Design
(425) 785-5356
NW 83rd Street
Seattle, WA
 

Planning shower fun: Best bridal shower ideas

Host a fun bridal shower that the bride-to-be and guests will all enjoy. The key is to select party activities that let guests take an active role in making the party special. Some groups like creative ideas; others like the more traditional games that can lead to laughter. Here are several of both:

Recipe book

Ask each guest to bring a recipe for the bride-to-be. Provide hole-punched paper and a plastic sleeve, so that all recipes will fit in one binder.

Invite guests to write out their recipe or simply glue a printed recipe onto the paper and place in the protective sleeve. Also encourage guests to write a small anecdote, explaining why they chose this particular recipe.

Buy a pretty recipe book or binder, like the one pictured at the left , Guests will enjoy putting the book together at the shower.

Bingo

Bingo is a great activity to help pass the time enjoyably, especially if there are lots of attendees and the bride has a huge number of gifts to open.

Before it's time to open gifts, give guests blank bingo cards (you can find free printable cards, like the one shown here or purchase them online )

Tell guests to fill the empty boxes with the names of the gifts they believe the bride-to-be will receive. Guests mark their boxes as the gifts are opened. The winner gets a prize.

Advice book

Start with a beautiful, bound, blank journal or themed advice book, like the one shown at the left.

Circulate it during the shower and allow e...

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