DIY Bridal Shower Decorations

So, we’ve taken a gander and tried our hands at DIY bridal shower banners, but what about the rest of the bridal shower décor? There are hundreds of fabulous ideas, so I’m gonna go ahead and give you some fantastic ideas that are my absolute favorite. For those of you who are going for a vintage chic or rustic look, than these are some great ideas just for you!

Bridal Shower Decorations by Pup Fan

Decoration Ideas: You want to keep in mind that some of your decoration pieces (if not all) could be used as gifts for the bride! So here are some great ideas that pull double duty:

  • Chalkboard Signage: One of my absolute favorite ideas is the chalkboard sign. You can really gussy it up and make it look fabulous. Now that we have the chalkboard ready and in place, here are some things you can write on it:

  • Their love story give a timeline of when the bride-to-be and groom-to-be met and their life thereafter. It’s cute and gives a little history

  • Welcome to __________’s Bridal shower (date of bridal shower at bottom)

Framed Chalkboard by Misty Kelley

  • Materials You Need: (Click on each item to find where to buy these products)
  • Framed Chalkboard
  • Chalk
  • Eraser
  • Painted Mason Jars: Ok, mason Jars are my absolute favorite, especially because you can use them for just about anything, like vases! To make the mason jar a little more shabby chic, paint it a pastel or white color.

Painted Mason Jars by sunshinedaydreamz

  • Materials You Need:
  • Mason Jars
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Clear Sealer
  • 120 Grit Sandpaper & Emery Board (for distressing, if you want)

  • What To Do: Now that you have all the materials you need, here’s how to make your fancy & gorgeous mason jars!

  • Thoroughly clean each jar with rubbing alcohol to make sure each jar is 100%, totally clean.

  • Paint the jars with your choice of acrylic paint color. Make sure to double coat it.
  • Let it dry overnight to make sure no finger prints or smudges are accidentally added.
  • Once it’s dry, spray it over with the sealer to ensure the paint doesn’t chip.
  • Once the sealer is dry, take your sandpaper and distress it where you want. The 120 grit sandpaper is best for the lip area, and the emery board is usually used to barely distress the label. Now you’re all done!

  • Confetti Balloons: Every party has to have balloons, right? So what better way to make it chic and girly than to dip your balloons in confetti! It’s super easy and super cute. Here’s the how-to:

Confetti Dipped Balloons by homestilo

  • What You Need: * Balloons (choose colors that matches the brides color scheme)

  • Gold Foil Confetti

  • Decoupage

  • Paint Brush

  • What to Do: Now that all your items are collected, here’s the uber easy how-to:

  • Inflate all of your balloons

  • Paint the bottom (where the knot is tied) with your decoupage. Put a nice thin, even layer so the confetti will definitely stick.
  • Before the glue dries, sprinkle on your confetti. Once you have the desired amount of confetti on the balloon, let them sit and dry. You’re all done! I absolutely love each and every one of these super easy and inexpensive ideas. Not only are they super cute, but the chalkboard and mason jars can be used for home decoration pieces! Now that you have a few ideas, have some fun getting the bridal shower prepped and ready!

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