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Retro Bridal Shower Inspiration with Anthropologie Style

LOVE today's guest post - a vintage bridal shower inspiration shoot by my friend Adrian Minotti of The Southern Soirée! Adrian has the most impressive collection of vintage china and glassware I've ever seen, and she never ceases to amaze me in the creative ways she's able to style it. I really adore this inspiration shoot she styled because not only is it a great example of bold retro glam style, but it's a sweet celebration of friendship. Please enjoy it, and if you like  it share it with a friend!


When mixing vintage & antique pieces, it’s always good to keep a steady color palette and have a modern element to keep the look and feel of the event more ‘Anthropologie’ and less ‘granny-ologie’…
— Adrian Minotti, The Southern Soirée

the color palette for our retro glam bridal shower inspiration

What’s better than a little celebration of love with your favorite gal pals? Nothing, right! At The Southern Soirée Vintage Rentals & Event Staging, we believe that love is to be celebrated. With this shoot, we let love take the lead as we gathered together some of our most lovely pieces, warmest hues, and real life gal pals (P.S. aren’t our friends the cutest?). Of course, a trail of glitter always follows wherever we go! To keep the look modern, we added pops of crisp white and power punched hues. When mixing vintage & antique pieces, it’s always good to keep a steady color palette and have a modern element to keep the look and feel of the event more ‘Anthropologie’ and less ‘granny-ologie’ (not that there is anything wrong with grannies, we love them to pieces). Almost all of our decor elements were super simple DIY’s. Yarn pom garlands, glitter hearts, and paper buds are simple craft projects that even the most novice DIY’er, armed with some glitter and glue, can complete within a few short episodes of ‘The Bachelorette’.

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Table Settings & Styling: The Southern Soiree | Photography: Tabitha Prevett Photography


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