11 Jun

Romantic Parisian Bridal Shower {Pink & Silver}

paris inspired party decor and invitation

Bonjour mon amis! Love is in the air, and not just between the bride & groom, but from the bride’s love of planning beautiful parties as well! Ester Mezhlumyan of EM Designs got right down to business for her own Romantic Parisian Bridal Shower, with garden-inspired decor, gorgeous desserts fit for any French Boulangerie and tons of tiny thoughtful details (which make all the difference)! Tres magnifique!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– White birdcages, fresh peonies & floral wreath chair back for the bride + a lace & flower box ‘cake’
– Mini champagne bottles with paper straws for each guest + recipes & advice for the bride
– ‘Diamond ring’ topped cupcakes, fruit parfaits, French macarons & chocolate croissants
– Eiffel Tower cookies + a stunning Eiffel Tower topped quilted silver cake with lace & sugar flowers

eiffel tower topped lace and quilted shower cake

custom bridal shower decal and pillow

romantic bridal shower tablescape and bride's chair floral wreath

recipe and advice for the bride shower game

mini champagne bottles and an outdoor bridal photo shoot

lace and peony bridal shower box cake

parisian bridal shower cake and dessert ideas

mini parfaits for a bridal shower and other food ideas

fruity desserts and other party dessert ideas

a grey and pink bridal shower dessert table


PARTY DETAILS as told by Ester

I love to plan parties, so I of course planned my shower with the help of my sisters. I am a graphic designer so I designed everything from the invites, the favors, recipe cards, advice cards, framed food titles, and more. I also designed the layout, dessert table and pretty much DIY’ed the whole shower! Amazon and Ebay are my best friends (lol). The flowers were purchased and arranged the night before, using vases that were spray painted silver. The back drop was a simple Home Depot DIY (using PVC Pipes + Sheer Curtain Panels + Strung Crystals from Ebay). I love collecting macron boxes, so some were used as decor. I also collected hard bound books, spray painted them silver, stacked them up, tied a ribbon around them like a present and hot glued a faux peony. The desserts (besides the main cake) were all made by my talented sisters and mother.



– Invite Printing: Bay Photo
– Photography: VWP Video & Photo
– Dress: Asos
– Cake: Aroma of Europe Bakery
– Chairs: Flowers European & Design
– Fruits: Hasmik’s Fruit Design
– Sugar Cookies: Julie’s Sweet Delights

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Kathy SAYS:

Where did you get champagne bottles

Reply July 21, 2015 at 1:43 pm

Ester M Nersisyan SAYS:

Hi Kathy, I actually purchased them from a local 99 cent only store! (Used hot water to remove the labels and designed my own to customize it.)

August 9, 2015 at 4:37 pm

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