Free Printable Wine Glass Markers for Your Wine Themed Bridal Shower
Juliet’s sister had transformed the room into a wonderland with amazing details that included shrubs and flowers, framed prints on the wall, waiters and waitresses in costume, themed deserts, and even a little cake with a tag that read “eat me.” All the guests wore white while Juliet wore a colorful outfit with a miniature top hat. Photographing Juliet’s bridal shower was so much fun that I have added bridal showers to my packages. I hope to shoot something similar in the future. — Joe Grant of Joe Grant Photography 'Belles, we were absolutely blown away when we received this Alice in Wonderland bridal shower from New York photographer, Joe Grant. Showerbelle is all about out-of-the-box thinking when it comes to themes for bridal showers, but this was something else: magical and whimsical, with not a detail overlooked. The bride's sister, Anjella Teimoori of Many Little Details, did a phenomenal job putting this shower together. While we realize that a fête of this caliber might not fit your budget, we hope that you find the creative details inspiring, and that you can incorporate some of them into your next shower or party! Have a look, and let us know what your favorite part is in the comments below! For more pictures of this amazing shower, view the full gallery here: Alice in Wonderland Bridal Shower Gallery Photographer: Joe Grant Photography | Bridal Shower Planner: Many Little Details | Floral: Anthology Studio | Cake Designer: Coccadotts Cake Shop | Restaurant: The Standard Restaurant Get inspiration in your inbox! Sign up to receive more amazing shower inspiration AND our totally free shower planning kit right in your inbox! Email Address Get it! We respect your privacy. Thank you! Grab your free planning kit HERE!
Yet another super simple wine charm tutorial! These little guys are so easy and inexpensive to make. Is there such a thing as too many wine charms? I don’t think so. 6 degrees came up with cute little tutorial, and I’m so excited to share it with you! What a …
Wine Cork Wine Charms wine corks bread knife you don’t care about or small saw (like a coping saw) wire hoops or long eye pins (both found in the jewelry-making section of any craft store) sharpie small letter stencils a nail hammer