Golds, pinks and bubbly to, this Champagne Brunch Bridal Shower by Bev Soh of Hand Lettered Love by Bev, out of Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada, is positively lovely, I tell you!
Filled with details charming and sweet, this event is a real treat!
With so many elements to swoon over from this occasion it’s hard to name only a few favorites, but here are some that you have to see:
- Pouring Champagne Balloon Installation
- Pink Sprinkled Sweets
- Champagne Themed Sugar Cookies
- White Heart-topped Dessert Pedestals
- Pink + Gold Brunch Signage
- Bite-sized Pancake Stacks
- Marshmallow Squares
- And a Cute Floral Drip Cake!
Champagne Brunch Bridal Shower
Champagne Brunch Bridal Shower Details:
This is what Bev shared about the party- “Pop the Bubbly! A Champagne Brunch Celebration
The idea to throw a champagne brunch came to me when I realized my sister was celebrating her champagne birthday this year. Also know as a golden birthday, a champagne birthday is a birthday in which you turn the age of the day you were born, for example, turning 25 on the 25th. This champagne brunch would also be a lovely bridal shower idea so we made sure to include some bridal shots as inspiration as well. A perfect excuse to pop some bubbly!
We went with a soft, feminine theme for our champagne brunch shoot and included plenty of sweet treats including cupcakes, donuts, marshmallows, hand-decorated sugar cookies, macarons and chocolate covered strawberries. Adorable mini chicken and waffles, mini quiches, and bite-sized pancake stacks provided some substance to our otherwise indulgent sweet table. Blush Balloon Boutique created this amazing bubbly champagne backdrop, which was a showstopper! Romantic florals adorned the beautiful pink drip cake that was almost too pretty to eat.
Beverages & Drinks:
A mimosa bar was a must for our champagne celebration. Any drink that makes it acceptable to have champagne for breakfast gets my stamp of approval! Hand-lettered carafes held a variety of fruit juices ready to be topped with champagne and fresh fruit. We kept our champagne in a beverage tub filled with DIY floral ice cubes. Not only did they keep our champagne nice and chilled, they were oh so pretty to look at!
We hope we have left you with some inspiring ideas for your next celebration. Cheers”!
Photography: Sparrow Photography
Creative design: Bev Soh of Cheer and Confetti
Calligraphy: Bev Soh of Hand Lettered Love by Bev
Videography: The MacLeans – Kelsey Simpson
Makeup: Amanda Elizabeth Makeup Artistry
Hair: Hair by Amanda
Florist: Maple Ridge Florist
Cotton Candy: Soul Sugar Cotton Candy Co.
Macarons and chocolate covered strawberries: Sweet Dreams Bake Shoppe
Cookies: Melissa’s Cookie Creations
Cakes and cupcakes: Panda Cakes
Marshmallows: Fluff Gourmet Marshmallows
Chicken and waffles and mini pancakes: Fork and Knife Catering
Doughnuts: Cakes by Peddie
Cupcake toppers and photo props: Little Sprout Creations
Furniture, tiered stands and platters: Vintage Meant for Rent
Balloons: Blush Balloon Boutique
CAKE shirt: Sweet Life Apparel
Wooden signage: Pacific Coast DIY
Popsicles: Popsi gal
Earrings: White Fox Collective
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