Sangria is a fantastic choice for any bridal shower because you can easily make a large quantity, and it's even better if you make it a day in advance. For a fall bridal shower, try this recipe using white wine, cider, and fresh apples.
In fall, celebrate earlier evenings by spending time together by a roaring campfire. Wrap up in wool blankets or your coziest coats, roast marshmallows, and share stories.
A fall bridal shower can be even more fun when you use a Halloween theme. These brilliant potion bottle glasses can hold that deadly punch you made and double as the shower favor.
If you have friends that love to dress up for Halloween, have a costume party bridal shower. Otherwise, hand out these adorable animal ear headbands at guests enter the party.
The latest in fall event color palettes are all about warm neutrals, earth tones, and muted blues. For an elegant fall bridal shower, decorate your table with painted pumpkins, feathers, and wheat.
Seasonal pies are definitely a fall favorite for dessert tables. Make your own in apple, pumpkin, or pecan. This lattice top decorated with flowers proves how pretty a homemade pie can be.
Particularly if you are hosting a bridal shower at home, space to sit might be at a premium. If some of your guests will have to stand to eat, choose more simple (yet still festive) desserts that don't require utensils. Choose a fall flavored cake and complementary frosting and serve cupcakes instead.
Does the bride love bright colors? Go with a Day of the Dead theme and use a technicolor palette throughout the shower, from cool paper decorations to vibrant sugar skull cookies.
Easy Theme Parties
Give a classic tea party theme a Halloween twist with an Alice in Wonderland bridal shower. Whether you opt for fanciful Tim Burton or sweet Disney charm is entirely up to you.
Wary of bridal shower games? Make a craft project instead. These white pumpkins decorated with gold sequins won't require much in the way of supplies, and everyone will love the final product.