Engaging Bridal Shower Activities 

One of the most difficult parts of throwing a bridal shower is getting the guests to introduce themselves and communicate with one another. You may have two sets of families who have never met, as well as the bride and groom's friends who may not know anyone outside of their own circle. The nerves can easily be mitigated with fun and engaging activities. When it comes to bridal shower activities, we have plenty of ideas, ranging from icebreakers to competitions that are sure to engage all of your attendees. Listed below are some of the many bridal shower activities to choose from: 

  • Toilet Paper Bride: Guests couple up (or gather up, depending on the size of your party) and make a wedding gown out of a roll of toilet paper in a short amount of time. After that, guests model their creations, with the bride-to-be choosing her favourite to win.
  • The Ring Game: The rules are simple. If you’re caught saying the words "wedding" or "bride," you lose your ring. You get to steal another guest's ring if you catch them saying those words. The person with the most rings at the end of the event, wins. 
  • Would She Rather: This game puts all the focus on the bride-to-be. When offered two options, guests have to choose which one the bride would pick. Ex. Starbucks or Tims. Each participant is given a card and a piece of paper to write on. The person with the most correct choices wins. 
  • Pin the Veil on The Bride: Similar to the infamous pin the tail on the donkey, this game gets everyone moving. Players are blindfolded and twirled around before attempting to place a veil on the bride's photo. Whoever gets the closest pin, wins.
  • Pass the Bouquet: Think: musical chairs, but with a twist. Guests form a circle and pass around a bouquet as music plays. When the music stops, whoever is carrying the flowers is out. It's all about who can stay the longest.

 And there’s so many more. We will work with you to decide which games you would like to introduce, and ensure we make it happen.


Italian desserts are ubiquitous anywhere in the world, so you don’t necessarily have to go to Europe to sink your teeth into these delicious treats. For example, you can go to a fine-dining Italian restaurant in Vaughan if you want to enjoy decadent sweets to end a filling and savory meal. The best ones are authentic and homemade with only the finest ingredients. These Italian restaurants are also known for adding their own unique flair to their desserts, so if you like to travel around the world and you are a fan of Italian cuisine, be sure to try different Italian restaurants at your destination to discover and experience what makes them different.


A major corporate event where you gather together guests, employees, stakeholders, customers, and/or potential clients can be a powerful tool for marketing as well as for engaging attendees and extending goodwill to your company’s network. Some of the goals could be –

  • To convince talent to work for your firm.
  • Prove your worth and edge to clients.
  • Uplift people’s perception of your brand.
  • Gain positive PR for a brand-new product.
  • Introduce a shift in your corporate culture/environment, and perhaps shock and awe your competitors.


Planning a special occasion such as a wedding or a corporate party can easily become stressful. You have to carefully choose venues for the ceremony and the reception, and make sure that you serve delicious food to your guests. One of the most important decisions you have to make is choosing a caterer.

It’s a good idea to hire fine dining Italian restaurants in Vaughan to cater to your event if you want a crowd-pleasing spread. Just be sure to avoid these mistakes when selecting and organizing the catering:


Assigned seating in events like a wedding or any other sit-down affair helps make things simpler and easier for all involved. This is why it pays planning ahead to ensure an organized and easy to navigate the venue or banquet hall. Woodbridge & Vaughan has no shortage of great wedding venues that can seat any number of guests you wish to accommodate on your special day. But the question remains: How do you create a seating plan that will maximize your venue space and ensure an organized program and traffic flow throughout your event? Here are some tips to consider when sorting out your wedding seating chart: