This zombie-themed wedding shower is coming for your braaains

Have you ever seen a zombie-themed wedding shower with Alice in Wonderland influences? I'm going to wager not and will quickly remedy that right now. If you're preparing for that inevitable zombie apocalypse, it helps to train your nearest and dearest at every opportunity. So Hope and Ehud's bloody coed wedding shower with bloody clothes, water balloons, and awesomely contrary Alice details does the job perfectly.


A green house wedding shower: best idea or bestest idea?

Caitlinn and Luke are planning their summer camp wedding for later this year, but we've got a sneak peek at their killer really green house wedding shower first. Our eyes were seriously boggling over the lush greenery, succulents, and plant-themed goodies that were served. Plus, who plans a wedding shower in a green house? Flippin' love it. Don't miss the seed packet favors, veggies everywhere, and dinosaur touches.


Quiz your shower guests on wedding traditions with this printable wedding shower game

We love us some wedding shower games, and we got a great one from a reader recently that asks party guests to guess the origins of some popular wedding traditions. I then whipped up a free printable version of the wedding traditions wedding shower game for everyone to print and use at your parties. Here's the original suggestion and of course, the printable game sheet + answer key.


Cads About Matrimony: The wedding game that doesn't suck!

Looking for the perfect bachelor/ette party game? Icebreaker? After party activity? Or do you just need to let off some steam during the stress-filled and super-ridiculous wedding planning process? Cads About Matrimony is here to help you with ALL of that. Cads is a wedding-themed party game that was designed as both satire and homage to all our weird and wonderful cultural baggage around love, marriage, and weddings. Besides Offbeat Bride, this game may just be the best thing to come out of wedding planning frustration EVAR.


Fights about weddings will happen, here's how to work your politics into the compromise

I wish I read this post about consensual bridal showers when I first got engaged. I wouldn't have felt so "wrong" when I came across the same scenario… I tried to be polite. I tried to kindly turn it down. That didn't work. Then things got ugly. This is when I had a big realization… These fights about weddings will exist no matter how hard I try. But there are ways to work your politics into the compromise.