Wedding festivities are well under way for Claire and Connor. We had two fun weekends with a bridal shower and Claire's bachelorette weekend with friends at the lake house.
The shower was a delightful afternoon tea hosted by my aunt and cousin. It was so lovely to spend the afternoon with friends and shower the bride- to-be! I included a board with our outfits and links.
The bachelorette weekend was a blast! The theme was "Something Blue" and Elizabeth and I hosted the weekend as the co-maids of honor! We sent invitations in June with the weekend itinerary. The invite was adorable with lake house summer graphics. We had a great time gathering the welcome bag items and preparing them for each of her friends. In addition to blue and white hydrangeas, we added fun bachelorette decorations throughout the house.
Claire's fourteen friends drove/flew in on Friday night! We started the weekend off with champagne upon each guest's arrival and a pizza and pajama party - with matching navy pajamas short sets and white pjs for Claire. Elizabeth and I took our maids of honor roles quite seriously and decided to match all weekend long! On Friday we wore blue and white Sail to Sable sundresses!
On Saturday we had a lovely "Something Blue" themed catered brunch at the beach house. Elizabeth and I wore coordinating Sue Sartor dresses that were perfect. We then spent the afternoon shopping at our favorite annual outdoor Summer Market!
After relaxing at the house, we took the water taxi to dinner to our favorite french resturant! All the girls wore different shades of solid blue and Claire was glowing in a white and blue sleeveless tiered dress! We had a private room and enjoyed appetizers, a champagne toast by Elizabeth and a delicious dinner!
Sunday we had a delightful breakfast at the house before we our guests were on their way! It was another banner weekend and so great celebrating our favorite bride-to-be, Claire.
I included photos and separated everything into mood boards and the items are all linked below! Many of these things could be replicated for a birthday party or other celebration!