My cousin, Katie, is a wonderfully unique individual. We are close in age, and though we grew up in different cities, we have always enjoyed spending time together. I am so happy that she has found Hunter, the man she will marry at the end of November this year. To celebrate their upcoming nuptials, my family and I are throwing Katie a wedding shower at my house in next weekend.
I think I would like to be a party planner - especially with the help of Pinterest. I adore planning a menu, making decorations, and planning all the details of a party. And I love having parties at my house!
For this party, I felt like it was a good time to completely redo my living room ceiling, paint and redecorate - ok, ok, I didn't actually feel that way. My ceiling dictated that I must do that because of a huge AC leak in my attic that soaked through the ceiling in our front room. But now, the living room is a beautiful shade of grey and ready for me to nest, hehe. I can not wait until the ceiling is done tomorrow so that I can get in there and get started!
Anyway, back to the shower. I struggled for weeks with what theme to go with for the shower. I had thought about doing a Vintage themed shower with aprons and depression glass and all that girlie stuff, but that just didn't seem to fit.
During a light bulb moment, I decided against a "theme" persay, and went with color inspiration. Black, white and bright colors. Seemed to be the perfect thing for Katie, and I had all sorts of ideas for a fun, non traditional shower.
More on the details after the event, but I wanted to show you the invitations I created. This was so easy! I used black card stock, a white opaque marker, a yellow paint pen, bright colored paper, and a stamp I found at Michael's for a dollar! I had fun making these and I am already brain storming how to make the invitations to Isabel's first birthday!
Here's a sneak peak at the shower invitations: