I recently hosted a bridal tea for one of my best friends, also named Lindsey. 🙂 I had so much fun with the details – I may have went overboard…but, who cares! I like to entertain and this was such a fun party! My husband’s aunt hosted a bridal tea for me when Tanner and I were tying the knot. It was one of my favorite events of the “wedding weekend”. It is not often you get all of your favorite women in one room…to chat, enjoy drinks and delicious food! I was honored to host this party for Lindsey. We’ve become close friends over the years and I’ve gotten to know her friends and family. I enjoyed having them at our home and loved seeing Lindsey so happy!
My future sister-in-law, Chanda Ripplinger, made all of the food. She is a chef here in Fargo and we’ve teamed up for multiple events and parties. She does a wonderful job and I can always count on everything not only looking beautiful – but tasting great! Hence, her biz is “Great Taste”. She specializes in parties such as this, and I definitely recommend her for any special occasion! Email me at email@example.com if you’re interested in her services.
I really loved creating all of the details for this bridal tea….take a look below to see what I’m going on about! Pinterest was definitely an inspiration for a few of these ideas…gotta love it! If you have questions on any of the paper items, drink stirrers, invitations, etc. – feel free to email me or click on the contact tab in the toolbar above.
Besides creating invitations and taking photos – I love creating the little “details”, whether it’s for your big day – or a cocktail party…all of the special touches won’t go unnoticed!
The “signature drink” was one of Lindsey’s favorites (and mine too!) Rhubarb Slush – I’ll share the recipe soon! It’s soooo delicious and refreshing! Everyone loved it!
I made the drink stirrers – this is a popular item for weddings and showers. Something fun and unique, definitely a conversation starter!
I decided to create a dessert bar. Who doesn’t love chocolate, cupcakes, pies and everything sweet? All of the food and dessert cards matched the invitation that was sent out to guests.
I sent everyone home with mini take-out boxes for their treats. 🙂