One cute poem for a bridal shower is this wishing well poem: "We have an idea that we hope you will try, before you start looking for gifts to buy. Wish us the best and come to our wedding, bring this envelope, the word is spreading. Silver or gold, whatever you can, to help a newlywed woman and man." This poem can be attached to a basket where guests place money envelopes.
Party hosts can also make up a candy bouquet with specific kinds of candy and read the following poem aloud as they gift the tasty treat to the bride and groom.
"On your wedding day before the BIG RED kiss, do not go BONKERS, and GOO GOO, because I’m there for you when you’re in SHOCK and start to see DOTS. You have very good REISEN for loving ______ to PIECES. I know your wedding day will be a musical SYMPHONY, and your GOOD & PLENTY life together will be like your bank account going from ZERO to 100 GRAND on PAYDAY. Just remember that once you have your RING-pop you vow to be together for NOW & LATER even through all the ROCKY ROADs."
Hosts can also use another similar poem structure to give the bride a gag gift of household cleansers.
"He’ll expect her to be a DYNAMO in the kitchen and he thinks all women should MOP & GLOW. And may _____ always be your HONEY. There will come a THYME in your marriage when you find _______ is not always MR CLEAN or BRAWNY. Our wish for you is that your home be filled with JOY and you remain as happy as ever in the FUTURE. Always end the night with lots of HUGS AND KISSES. CLING to each other in the hard times."