Here Comes the Bridal Shower Front Door!
There’s something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue on this bridal shower front door. Greet guests with an aisle of beauty celebrating love and the happy couple!
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The weekend’s almost here. I’m Robin with Front Door Friday. Hosting a bridal shower? Leaving your door undecorated is like wearing an ugly bridesmaid’s dress in public. What was I thinking?
Twenty-four years ago, when I got married, every bride wore something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. Today we’re going to decorate for a bridal shower, using that same theory. Something old, something new, something borrowed from my garden, and something blue.
Twine orbs are a rustic touch you can adapt for many different decorating themes. It’s easy to make your own. You will need twine, white glue, and several blown-up balloons. Pour glue into a container and add a little water to dilute it. Dip your twine in the glue and wrap around a balloon.
The more random, the better. Let the glue dry completely, then pop the balloon inside. An elegant wreath with all white flowers is perfect for this door. I’m adding a large tulle bow with long trains to resemble a wedding veil.
Greet guests with a fun chalkboard sign. You can create your own using an art easel and a canvas covered in chalkboard paint. Signs add so much character and personalization to a front door. Create beautiful vignettes using found objects. Be sure to use boxes, crates, and furniture for height, otherwise small decorative pieces tend to get lost on a porch.
If you’re hosting a party, it’s okay to put items outside that aren’t weather safe. Let your imagination run wild. And as I always say, use what you have. I now pronounce this door done. Would you take this door?
That’s it for this week’s Front Door Friday. I encourage you to step out and try some front door decorating this weekend. To learn more, check out the Country Door Blog. And I’ll see you next Friday. Happy decorating and God bless.