When Adrienne Bailon's sweetheart, Grammy-winning Christian musician Israel Houghton slayed the romance game by proposing to The Real star during a European getaway, we had to wonder how this bride and groom were possibly going to top that picture-perfect Parisian proposal. (Seriously! Her engagement ring selfie was taken in front of the Eiffel Tower for goodness sake!) But it looks like we had not a thing to worry about, considering that Balion's recent bridal shower was just as trs belle as the City of Lights itself — it was inspired by Paris, after all!
"Just had the most incredible day ever. It was our Mr. and Mrs. Wedding shower," Bailon said on Snapchat on Saturday, October 8, revealing that she and her hubby-to-be decided to buck tradition, opting for a co-ed pre-wedding party. The engaged duo were seen headed into West Hollywood's Fig & Olive (with Bailon in an on-point bridal white dress, we might add!), where the couple took inspiration from the place of Houghton's popped question for the festivities, decorating the venue with miniature Eiffel Tower centerpieces and beautiful blooms in pastel pink and white hues.
Photo: Adrienne Bailon via Snapchat
There, Houghton and Bailon celebrated their to-be-wedded status with friends, Snapchat filters, and yummy sweets! Guests (including Bailon's The Real co-host Jeannie Mai) could show off the shower with a customized Parisian Snapchat filter that was totally on-theme. And meanwhile, Bailon couldn't help showing off her epic engagement ring. No worries, Bailon. We wouldn't be able to help ourselves, either!
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Later, the couple cut into a tiered Eiffel Tower cake, so darn cute that our mouths are already watering just thinking about their future wedding cake! And about that wedding... It seems like Bailon is all set on the big day details!
"The whole flight home [from Paris], we dreamed out loud what we would want," the bride previously shared with Entertainment Tonight. "By the time I landed, my whole wedding was planned. Fourteen hours, that'll do it!"