Bride to Bee Bridal Shower

The bride to bee bridal shower can be anything from classy to fun and cute. The one I hosted was more on the cute side.

While many bride to bee showers feature yellow and black for obvious reasons, I decided to go with cheerful, vibrant colors the bride-to-be loves. So, the color palette was a delightful mix of yellow, white, and a tiny bit of black.

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Bride to Bee Bridal shower. A mini plate with that says "bee" together.

Simple Decorations for a Bride to Bee Bridal Shower

Planning a bridal shower doesn’t have to cost a ton. With a little creativity I was able to create a memorable event using items I already had and some that I specifically bought for this celebration.

Bee Our Guest

Bee Our Guest Chalkboard Sign for a bride to bee bridal shower.

We welcomed the guests with a simple chalkboard sign that said, “Bee Our Guest.” This sign would look fantastic with some pretty flowers, such as daisies or sunflowers.

Centerpieces for Rectangular Tables

Bridal shower decorations for rectangular tables.

We had four tables with slightly different decorations, each with some daisies as the centerpiece. But the other things varied.

The white tablecloths are 90×156, perfect for eight-foot tables if you want the table cover to drop to the floor. They aren’t very thick but do the job.

Daisies in Teapots

Yellow flowers in white ceramic creamer and sugar bowl with yellow ribbon tied around them.

For two of the tables, the flowers were in white teapots that I already had. I love tea, and sometimes, I like to make tea moments extra awesome with special dishes.

These teapots make beautiful gifts for tea lovers.

For the table pictured above, I placed cute yellow flowers in white ceramic creamer and sugar bowl and tied yellow ribbon around them.

The little bowls at the tables had some gold-wrapped chocolate for sweet treats.

Yellow flowers in a white ceremic sugar bowl with a yellow ribbon tied around it.
Daisies in a yellow ceramic creamer.

The other two tables had daisies in yellow containers, such as this yellow ceramic creamer. I found it and some other little yellow things from a thrift shop for a few of bucks.

And as you can see we had these adorable bees scattered on the tables, as well.

Flowers in Clear Vases with Curling Ribbon

Yellow flowers in a clear vase with curling ribbon.

One of my favorite tricks is using curling ribbon as a vase filler. It’s an easy way to transform clear vases into theme-fitting decor pieces.

Centerpiece for a Round Table

Yellow utensil crock filled with flowers as a centerpice for a bride to bee bridal shower.

The soon-to-be-bride was surrounded by four of her closests friends at a round table. Their table was adorned with a cheery yellow utensil crock overflowing with vibrant flowers.

She was thrilled to receive this ceramic utensil holder as a gift. It is sturdy and perfect size for holding the cooking utensils, and its cork bottom protects the countertops.

Basket for the Cards

Daisies in a white basket with a "cards" sign.

There actually is room in that box for cards, though it doesn’t look like it. It was a small shower, so I thought a small basket with daisies would be sufficient. And it was. The table was overflowing with gifts and I believe there was only one card in the basket.

Honey Sign

Home is where your honey is - wooden sign

This cute Home Is Where Your Honey Is – sign is from Hobby Lobby. They have all kinds of fun bee-themed decorations in the springtime.

Meant to Be Sign

Meant to Bee chalkboard sign

I had fun using a super cute chalkboard sign from the dollar store to craft a Meant to Bee -sign. I placed it on a cardboard box wrapped with a bee-themed wrapping paper. And I also want to mention the adorable Bee Together -ring plate that added the finishing touch to this setup.

I used the same wrapping paper for the yogurt buffet bar.

Bride to Bee Banner

Bride to Bee banner and the bridal shower game table.

I made a bride to bee banner using Canva, but you can purchase one from Etsy or other online stores, if you’d like to save time. I hung it up in front of the game table.

Stay tuned for a post with bride to bee bridal shower game and prize ideas, coming in July 2024. I’m also working on a yogurt parfait buffet post. That’s what we served at this bridal shower.

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