This Office -Themed Bridal Shower Would Make Michael Scott So Jealous

"I. Declare. MATRIMONY!"

Updated 03/06/19

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Angela's party planning committee would approve! One bride-to-be took her Dunder Mifflin obsession to the next level when she hosted an The Office–themed bridal shower—and we want to copy this ASAP as possible.

YouTuber and soon-to-be bride Kayleigh Kill channeled her inner Michael Scott during her bridal shower, an intricately detailed Office-themed party. Thanks to the planning of her close friends and family, her Scranton dream came to life. From the beet table centerpieces to the Serenity by Jan candle favors, this bridal shower was filled with every beloved paper company motif imaginable.

Guests were welcomed into the party by a sign that read "Welcome to Kaleigh's Bridal Shower," followed by "Yes," "That's what she said," and "No Tobys Allowed" signs. Inside, the home was covered from floor to ceiling with a combination of bright pink decor and Office-themed additions. Naturally, a banner on the wall read, "IT IS YOUR BRIDAL SHOWER," which payed homage to Dwight's ill-conceived birthday sign for Kelly. The party also featured a series of stations, including a mimosa cart (which naturally had a framed picture of Meredith saying "Just here for the booze"), another drink station with a sketch of the Scranton flasher, and a table that held a container of cheese puffs for a gift contest.

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The party was also filled with a massive selection of sweets, which included cakes, Stanley's "pretzels" and Kit Kat bars (in honor of Andy's "Break me off a piece of that Fancy Feast" mix up). But the most impressive desserts were the array of cookies that featured a variety of Office quotes: ghost-shaped cookies that read, "The worst part about prison was the dementors," quote-bubble-shaped cookies that read "False," and tea-cup-shaped cookies that read "The finer things club."

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The party extended to the backyard, where tables were set up and featured glass centerpieces filled with beets. During the meal, guests played Bridal Jeopardy, answering trivia questions from the bride's favorite shows like The Office, Parks and Rec, Star Wars, and Harry Potter. For the occasion, Kill donned a pretty white dress and carried a coffee mug that read "World's Best Bride."

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All that was missing was a Ben Franklin impersonator!

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