The Prettiest Ice Cream Inspired Shower + How to Get the Look
As Spring is right around the corner – so are plenty of bridal showers and we have the prettiest shower to share with you today by Honour and Blessing Events and captured by Amy Teixeira. We loved this ‘Ice Cream’ theme they created for a beautiful baby shower and thought it would make a really fun bridal shower concept too. Here Honour and Blessing Events shares the details and how you can get the look:
“This event is ice cream inspired and we wanted the style to be feminine, modern, with a touch of fine art. We decided to use the soft pastel colours that ice cream is typically known for and round it all out with plenty of fresh flowers. Specifically we decided to use a pale pink paired with grey as the main colours. Pink brings the warmth and romantic touch while the grey anchors the colour and adds depth to the overall palette. We also included an abundance of flowers to bring a romantic and sophisticated aspect to the decor.”
“We wanted to create a simple and minimalistic backdrop to tie both the floral and ice cream aspects together. Therefore we used loose stems of flowers to create floral ice cream cones as the main focal piece on the backdrop. Rather than using tissue paper or other materials, fresh flowers gives it a more delicate and interesting twist to the ice cream cones.
For the guests, we created marshmallow ice cream cones as favours. Not only are they a sweet way to remember the party, they also won’t melt and can be easily personalized. These were the perfect thing for the guests and definitely creates a lasting impression. Extra ice cream cones can be made as styling props or even for people to take pictures with.
To complement the invitation, we created an ice cream cart with the main colours of pink and grey that was inspired by the invitation. The ice cream cart served as a photo point but also as a place to display the favours for the guests to take home. We also placed some extra floral cones in ice cream holder so it will visually flow with the backdrop.”