Bubbly Bridal Shower

He popped the question, we popped the bubbly! Celebrating the impending nuptials of any blushing bride should be an occasion worth toasting with champagne. He asked, so we uncorked the bubbly and made those bubbles overflow all throughout this bridal shower. Shake up those bottles and get ready to pop the bubbly!

Pop, Fizz, Clink!

Raise your glass to the bride, to the road ahead and especially to love. Just like an overflowing love between two people, having overflowing balloon bubbles from champagne bottles will leave your heart feeling full. The design started with our theme of popping bubbly and we immediately thought, balloons! This new art of creating beautiful structures using inexpensive balloons was perfect for this event.

“He popped the question, We popped the bubbly” is vinyl cut with the Cricut Maker then sprayed with Rustoleum spray paint.

Details that dazzle

The invitation was the first thing guests previewed for the shower and featured blush, peach, aqua with gorgeous succulents. Inspired by the color palette, we were able to pour ourselves into ideas and design. Starting with the idea of champagne, we used foam core to cut our bottles. Using our Cricut to cut out a 20″ tall bottle outline, we then traced this design onto the foam core. Once cut, we add the bubbly balloon structure. Choosing to overflow the balloons in an extreme way caused guests to stop in their tracks. Our theme was cut out in vinyl by why of our Cricut and then pray painted with Rustoleum to create an ombre effect. The tables dripped in sequins and where topped with the most amazing table top decor. We flanked the center with levels of faux succulents from Michaels.

This project was so simple but had a huge impact. Most importantly, my amazing friend and the bride, loved it! Cheers!

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    Painted Vinyl - A Girl and Her Glitter
    January 21, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    […] “He popped the question and We popped the bubbles…” was the perfect saying for this bridal shower. Originally white vinyl, the paint was spray paint and the ombre design was created with a darker and lighter colors. My friend’s bridal shower can be found here. […]

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