#WIWT + Wedding Week: Bridal Shower!

A few weekends ago, my sweet bridesmaids threw me the cutest bridal shower, themed after one of my favorite songs, Pineapple Princess. We didn’t get many photos, but I had to share the few we did as the theme was adorable. We had an enormous spread of brunch foods (bagels, pastries, fruit…) and enjoyed mimosas and infused water. The crafty girls that they are, they got there craft on with some adorable tassel pieces that I am also planning on hanging at the wedding for photo ops! 

 My crafty besties. These girls sure know how to get their craft on! 

 My little sister and I will do just about anything for a good picture. 

 My sweet sisters! Thanks for taking the photos Haley! 

 My Maid of Honor/Bestie since the 4th grade. We have an album dedicated to jumping photos. 

My favorite little flower girl. 


One of my sweet friends, Nichole, showed up! So good to see my birthday twin after far too long! Check out her blog, Fishbowl Fashion

Future family! 

This weeks blog of the week from last weeks link-up is Rebecca of Red Tag Chic Los Angeles! I am loving the bold floral pattern of this maxi dress and love that she paired it with a vibrant lip and matching sunnies! Such a fun summertime look! 

Link-up with Jalynn, of The Red Closet Diary, and I for our weekly #WIWT link-up!

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  1. July 30, 2015 / 11:17 am

    Such a cute theme! The jumping picture of you and your best friend is perfect, looks like a wonderful shower!

  2. July 30, 2015 / 11:57 am

    So fun! The jumping picture is adorable. How neat that you have an album solely with those pictures. Good luck with all the final wedding details! I can't wait to see more pictures.

  3. July 30, 2015 / 3:57 pm

    All the details are so adorable! Loving the theme!

  4. February 15, 2017 / 2:22 pm

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