Bridal showers have been a common practice in this country since the 1890s. Over all these years, many of these occasions have been held for future brides. One such recent bridal shower had all the best elements.
Sandpiper Reef Restaurant at Hallieford was converted for several hours into a semi-formal summer vacation wonderland where cocktails preceded a seated lunch of your choice of chicken or taco salad plate. Mimosas appeared to be the most popular cocktail; however, with other choices, there was no limit to anyone’s request. A specially designed bridal cake, made by a local friend and baker, topped off the elegant meal.
Summer flower arrangements in green containers adorned the tables laden with pink napkins atop white table cloths, along with a favor, pink with a touch of black, for each guest.
Nestled between two long tables was a large lawn umbrella under which sat three large outdoor lounge chairs (pink and green) surrounded by, to be ...
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