Quick Answer: Can you have more than 1 bridal shower?

Is it proper to have a second bridal shower?

Can I have a bridal shower for a second marriage? Sure, showers are often held for second brides, but be sure to follow second wedding etiquette rules. As with first weddings, only wedding guests (those invited to the ceremony) should be invited.

Why do people have multiple bridal showers?

Modern Wedding Etiquette for Multiple Bridal Showers

Being the guest of honor at more than one shower is becoming more and more common. As families become more unconventional, it is getting harder to avoid multiple showers – everyone wants to celebrate the bride and groom to-be.

What is a sprinkle bridal shower?

A sprinkle is just a smaller version of any shower, and typically relates to pregnancy! My cousin actually had a mini-bridal shower instead of a large shower, where she only invited very close friends and family and requested that no one brings gifts and just comes to celebrate!

What can you do instead of a bridal shower?

Go ahead and explore even more bridal shower alternatives like this—one will surely resonate with your unique personality.

  • 2 of 15 Makeovers. …
  • 3 of 15 Take a Gardening Class. …
  • 4 of 15 Pool Party. …
  • 5 of 15 Calligraphy Class. …
  • 6 of 15 Wine Tasting. …
  • 7 of 15 Paint Class. …
  • 8 of 15 Cooking Class. …
  • 9 of 15 Beach Picnic.
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Are bridal showers tacky?

Etiquette rules dictate that if you aren’t an invited wedding guest, it’s tacky for the bride to invite you to the bridal shower. … If you aren’t invited to the wedding, you don’t have to go to the bridal shower.

How many is too many for a bridal shower?

There will always be exceptions to the “rules,” (i.e. friends across the country who want to throw you a party, etc.), but usually two to three showers are enough. Any more and it will appear you are just making a grab for gifts.

How much does a bridal shower typically cost?

Bridal shower.

According to the consumer information site CostHelper.com, a typical bridal shower costs $15 to $40 per person. You can go lower or higher, of course. Holbrook says the two bridal showers she recently threw ran a little over $250, and her brides were price-conscious.

Is it OK to not have a bridal shower?

Whether you find that planning a bridal shower is eating up too much of your time and money or that most of the people you’d like to invite live too far away, it’s OK to skip having a bridal shower.