Crowning Inspiration: Bridal Shower Dinner

Intimate Bridal Shower at the Inverness Club

Earlier this week I had the joy and privilege to design a tablescape for a bride and an intimate group of ladies. The bridal shower was held in the evening at the Inverness Club. The ladies enjoyed cocktails on the back patio over-looking the 18th hole, followed by dinner in the Byron Nelson room, which also included scenic views of the course.

The Byron Nelson room is very plaid and traditional with its brass fixtures and navy, green and red decor. To lighten the room and create some excitement and energy, we dressed the table in chartreuse satin sheen linens, with matching chair sashes. We accented the bright green with gold chargers and gold votives. We mixed this energetic look with some traditional accents in the Battenberg linen napkins and antique china. Each setting included a vase napkin ring with pink florals to match the china pattern and a place setting card.

The centerpiece included green hydrangea, white gerbera daisies, tea roses, white daisies, snap dragons and white orchids draped at the corners. From the center of the floral arrangement were tree branches painted gold. This added height without obstructing the view. The total width of the centerpiece was 16w x 16h x 24tall.

The Inverness Club presented a beautiful display on all their entrées and each guest complimented the flavor of their meal. After dinner, a favor and dessert of four cake bites were served in flavors vanilla cake, mint chocolate cake, key lime pie cake, and red velvet cake.

The bride and her groom will be married August 8th in Sylvania, Ohio.

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