Friday, April 23, 2010

Friday Feedback....


I have really begun to look forward to my blog post on Friday each week!! I LOVE hearing from you, my readers!! It's a fun way to get to know you and occasionally ask advice (like this week!!). I am in the midst of planning a wedding shower for one of my friends from church. While I have put together several baby showers in the last few years, this will be my first wedding shower. We've already come up with a few cute ideas (I can't post them in case the bride-to-be happens to read this!), but I would love to hear more! So - here's this week's Friday Feedback question:

What is one of the best wedding shower ideas/themes that you have used (or seen used)??

Sorry if this week's question leaves out any male readers that I have!! =) Can't wait to hear your ideas! It will be a big help to me!! Thank you and have a great Friday!

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7 comments:

Jessica @ This Blessed Life said...

Rachel, I have no idea what happened! I thought for sure that I was following you after the UBP, but then I saw a comment you had on Myra's blog and realized I hadn't! lol So sorry! Glad to be here now! (duh!) haha

Rachel said...

Glad to have you here!!! =)

Lauren said...

I saw a cute idea at a friend's shower - everyone brought index cards that we had all written a piece of advice or verse on and then we read them out loud to the bride to be ... there were many laughs and a few tears... so wonderful! :)

Mary said...

One friend had an "around the clock" shower and people brought her things according to a time of day. It was pretty cool. :)

SomeGirl said...

We've done an around the house shower (similar to the around the clock shower mentioned by Mary) and before we "entered" a new room with gifts we prayed for the bride-to-be in respect to those rooms. It was fun and neat. I love prayer at parties! :) (and, btw, I woke up praying for you today) ♥ Michelle

Bree said...

Like the first we did a verse that was helpful to that person (married or not) and then collected them in a carrier. Also, I recorded the groom to be explaining how they met and then how he proposed. I cued it up and 'asked' the question but said 'let's have him tell us' then I turned the tv on and he shared. It was a neat keepsake. I have seen that similar in like a Q&A form also for the group or bride and then 'he' contributed on screen. Have FUN!!!!!

Colleen said...

I agree with Bree. I think asking questions of the bride and groom is cute, fun, and personal. It helps paint the full picture of their relationship, and usually involves some sweet and funny stories. I've also seen the scripture/advice idea done, and sometimes it includes a memory that each person has with the bride or the couple, which is cute too. :) Good luck!