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Bridal Shower Recipe Guide

As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, the food that you serve completely depends on your theme. Try to stick with one main idea and let that help you out.

Because the bridal shower is usually a 2 hour event, your guests shouldn’t expect to be fed a complete meal, unless you specify it in your invitation. It’s easiest to make finger foods and allows the event to be more social and easier to play games, do some activities and open gifts without it taking up the entire day.

Here are just a couple fun ideas to get you started!

Bridal Shower Punch
This is a favorite among all types of shower, especially bridal showers. If you want, you can feel free to “spike” it with a flavored vodka.

Hummus
This perfect dip is always a favorite and so easy to make! You can serve it with pita chips, bread and/or a plate of fresh veggies.

Tomato Basil Flatbread
This is always a favorite – it takes a little time to make, but there are always short cuts you can take!

Bruschetta Bites
This is an all-time favorite for my sister & I when hosting parties in the past – they’re bursting with flavor, super easy to make and always a hit!

Fresh Caramel Apple Cake
Of course I need to go to one of my best friends for the dessert idea, Liz Barhydt of The Cookie Chew – her amazing ideas and recipes on her blog are incredible – check out her website for amazing ideas!!

 

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