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This bridal shower brunch was so fun to design! So many of my favorite things were included — fun colors, beautiful florals (and a lot of them), custom paper goods, and cute cocktails! Whether you are having 6 people or 60 people, have fun with your bridal shower and make it your own! Just because it’s bridal, doesn’t mean it has to be all white.

Photographer: Olivia Marshall Photography

Floral Design: Muse Floral Co.

Paper Goods: Bryker Design Co.

Planning and Design: Meag Breanne Events

Rentals: BBJ La Tavola, Bright Event Rentals, Theoni Collection

I was thrilled when my sister asked me to plan and design her second baby shower! We both loved the look of a checkerboard pattern and scalloped details so that is essentially what became our theme. I like to think of themes and details that are not the normal go-to’s and I believe that anything can be a theme whether that be a pattern, an object, or a color palette.

We decided to go all out on a welcome table which is a great way to elevate any event if you are not wanting to spend on decorating an entire house or location. We worked with my fav, Bryker Design Co., to create custom details like signage, the matchboxes, and drink stirrers that matched the Papier guest book perfectly. We also added florals from Heritage Florals, the cutest bundtinis from Nothing Bundt Cakes, and included a mimosa bar where we used cute decanters for the juices (also, if you haven’t had a guava mimosa, you need to try one asap!).

The sprinkle was a success and everyone had a great time celebrating Maddy and the newest member of the Rause family! Huge thank you to Foxtail for photographing all of the sweet details!

Hosting around the holidays is one of my favorite things to do! Although most of my events throughout the year are weddings, I also love planning and designing parties as there are really no rules and I can let my creativity run wild.

To kick off the festive preparations, I always create a mood board. This year, I decided to break away from the traditional red and green holiday palette. A stunning velvet caramel brown linen from BBJ La Tavola caught my eye, setting the tone for a unique color scheme that embraced shades of brown, peach, pink, and gold. Inspired by the current trend of bows, I envisioned a cocktail lounge-style ambiance, and that’s where the stylish lamps made their entrance.

No party of mine is complete without the perfect blend of florals and signage. So I knew I had to reach out to my go-to collaborators, Alison from Good News Flowers and Ali from Bryker Design Co. Emphasizing the importance of trusting your vendors, I handed them the mood board, color palette, and theme (“chic-mas”) and let their creativity flourish. As always, they both delivered something truly extraordinary.

Among the highlights of the soirée was the welcome drink featuring personalized name cards on each champagne glass. This detail not only added a touch of sweetness but also proved practical for those meeting for the first time. The welcome drink also streamlined the beverage options for the evening, as most guests opted for champagne throughout the party.

It’s not too late to host our own holiday chic-mas party! Start with a mood board, choose a color palette, and start thinking about creative details to make the party uniquely special to you and your guests. OR just hire a planner to help you out :).

Planning and Design: Meag Breanne Events

Photography: Olivia Marshall

Florals: Good News Flowers

Signage and Details: Byrker Design Co.

This New Years tablescape design is definitely one of my favorites from the year. I love working with color and in my opinion, the more sparkle the better!

I have always wanted to throw an iridescent themed event and when I saw the beautiful glassware from Anthropologie, I knew it would be perfect for a New Years Eve party! I also thought it would be a fun way to change it up from the color palette I typically see around New Years – black, silver, and gold.

Jacci from Poppy Cart absolutely killed the florals, I mean look at that giant hot pink peony and those purple roses – so fun! We used a velvet linen from Amazon, colorful linen napkins from Hostess Haven, and then finished the design off with confetti, glitter, tinsel, and of course, giant disco balls.

Happy New Years everyone!!


Photography: Olivia Marshall

Florals: Poppy Cart

Glassware: Anthropologie

Napkins: Hostess Haven

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