Walking in the doors, we were greeted with the Paris table which featured a mimosa bar with different juices and fruits to make the perfect bubbly drink. Also at this station were macarons, macroons and an assortment of cheeses.
The next location was London. Darlynn and my Mom bought china for this station at a second hand store. They bought the various pieces for a total of $7. This station was themed as a high-tea service. They ordered tea sandwiches from Publix, made scones and had a variety of English teas and chocolates which were actually brought over from England thanks to my future sister-in-laws friend.
Next up was Italy. This was a station in the works for over a month. My Mom and I made gallons of homemade limoncello for the shower. It was literally the only thing I was allowed to help with. They also had carafes of red and white wine. My future father-in-law made me a reusable monogrammed tablecloth with our wedding date. Darlynn made a bulk of vodka sauce for penne ala vodka and a Cesar salad. One of the two games at the party was on this table. I was pretty adamant about not having games that would interrupt the party. So they did guess a guess the amount of pasta in a jar. There were also small bags of pasta with the recipe for penne ala vodka for the guests to take home.
There was a dessert station with mini cupcakes, cream puffs and coconut macroons. People kept gravitating to this area - I wonder why ;)
It was an amazing shower that went by way too quick. We received a lot of items from our honeymoon registry and our honeymoon is halfway paid for! I also received a few items from the traditional registry, including this beautiful Le Creuset 3-Quart Square Stoneware Casserole with Lid
My beautiful bridesmaids did an amazing job with everything, including making sure my champagne glass was filled at all times.