Take a step into bridal wonderland! We basically dreamed of this wildflower-inspired bridal shower as little girls. Each detail is the perfect combination of fun and sophisticated. These vendors combined their talents for an incredible result. From the invitation to the bar, the cohesion presents in a way that keeps the theme from seeming overdone. Moreover, cheers to Green Sinner for these immaculate floral creations! As a result, the looks on attendees’ faces prove it. This was not an event to miss!
Nicole McCann of Exhale Events tells us all about this wildflower-inspired bridal shower,
When your mom is known for over-the-top parties, a bridal shower is no exception. Ryleigh Vertes’ Endless Summer Shower was the bridal shower we all dream of!
Jill Vertes, Ryleigh’s mom, approached her vendor team with the vision of an endless summer, with wildflowers and lots of bright and vibrant colors. From the first touch, guests were provided invitations from Minted that showcased a wildflower garden. This carried through to elements of the day.
The Pittsburgh Field Club’s newly renovated sun porch was the perfect location to host. We welcomed the guests into this bright and airy space with wall-to-wall windows that opened to provide a pseudo outdoor experience. Guests were greeted with a floral jewelry bar from GreenSinner, and they could choose from rings, bracelets, crowns, and other floral adornments to wear during the party.
However, the wonder continues…
The invitation artwork was showcased on their custom bar with Ryleigh’s signature cocktail, a lavender lemonade. The design by Exhale Events and GreenSinner was based on a lilac, lavender and gold textured linens by Mosaic that would provide a beautiful base for the colorful wildflowers that adorned the tables. White chairs and a white lounge gave this space a chic appeal. It was perfect for the ladies who would adorn this space for the party.
No bridal shower is complete without a selfie station. This party had two, a greenery wall with a neon sign, Sincerely Ryleigh, the name of Ryleigh’s blog, and a white mirror that showcased more beautiful “meadows” of flowers.
The centerpiece of this beautiful room was an array of garden-inspired desserts from the talented Alex Robba. The handmade sugar flowers and delicate, petite desserts pulled the entire room together with their whimsical garden vibe of flowers and butterflies. Guests were left with a small bud vase with a wildflower and Sugarfina roses to remember this beautiful and whimsical day fit for a beautiful bride-to-be.
If you’ve been looking for the perfect inspiration for a wildflower-inspired bridal shower, you’ve found it! Finally, we have discovered the perfect combination of floral and fun. However, if you need even more inspiration, look no further. Then, check out this Pastel Bridal Shower with Tropical Elements!