The Life of Jennifer Dawn: Wedding Shower

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Wedding Shower

 I hosted a wedding shower for my sister this past Sunday.  I know how much she loves breakfast foods, so I felt like a brunch would set the scene for a perfect shower.  As little girls we use to love when our mother would cook us breakfast in the mornings, and we especially loved when she would cook us breakfast foods for dinner.  Breakfast for dinner was one of our favorite meals! 

My mother came a little early and helped me pull together some last minute details including baking the french toast which I dusted with powdered sugar and placed out cups of syrup for dipping.  The rest of the menu included croissants stuffed with cream cheese, a fruit tray, pumpkin muffins, mini quiches, and blueberry muffins and a breakfast casserole both of which were provided by two of the bridesmaids.  The drink bar included sweet tea (a Southern staple), juices, and iced coffee all of which could be sipped from glass jugs holding silver striped paper straws.  Doily garlands, a lacy table cloth, homemade chocolate favors, white ceramic vases, touches of blue, fresh flowers, and doily wrapped utensils added lovely finishing touches.  Here are some photos from her French Country inspired brunch...


  1. What a lovely brunch! It looks elegant and I bet your sister was pleased!

  2. Oh your website is so pretty! Looks like the shower was beautiful. Love that you are teaching in a virtual academy! Found you on TMT!

  3. How perfect is this?! LOVELY job, my dear! I'm a new follower! Can't wait to see more of your creations.


  4. It's all so pretty and perfect!
    You did a wonderful job!

  5. What a beautiful shower! It is so lovely. You're attention to detail is amazing!

  6. Looks like it was a beautiful brunch. Your photo collages are great!

  7. Everything looks so nice! Thanks for linking up at Pin It Thursday!


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