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- March 9, 2007 at 9:01 pm #251169Guest
I think that you throwing the shower is just fine. All the “rules” from
long ago don’t normally apply anymore. As to budget saving ideas… Whydon’t you decorate with something that she “needs” and that way she can then
have a head start on those items. I went to one not long ago that used all
the pots and pans for the bride as the centerpieces and such, they putflowers in them and it was really neat. Another thing they did was make
flowers out of dish clothes and such, very creative. As to party favors,
depending on the theme, but how about a dish towel, wooden spoon and somenice recipe cards for each person, all tied with a pretty bow? If everyone
is younger how about a nice set of bath gel and a poofy ball thing. You can
get both at Big Lots in good name brands and those are always popular withmost people.
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> My daughter is getting married in May, and being that her friends
do not live near us, I would like to throw her a shower. I was toldthat that is tacky for a family memeber to throw a shower, but she
really wants a shower, so I’m giving her one anyways. It will be a
small wedding, so the shower will be small also. I am looking forlow cost decorating ideas and gifts for the guests. Any help and
input is appreciated.
>> Thank you,
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