Adrienne Bailon is one step closer to marrying fiancé Israel Houghton. “The Real” co-host celebrated her upcoming nuptials to the singer-songwriter with a “Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Shower.”

According to E! News, the bash was held Saturday afternoon at Fig & Olive in West Hollywood. Some of Bailon’s closest girlfriends attended the bridal shower, including her “The Real” co-host Jeannie Mai. Mai documented her getting ready for Bailon’s event with an Instagram video of her getting her makeup done. “Headed to a wedding shower AND baby shower this Saturday so Ima bring some bling 2 celebrate,” Mai captioned the video, referring to her glitter eye shadow that she says sparkles like a diamond.

The remaining co-hosts of “The Real” — Tamera Mowry-Housley and Loni Love — weren’t pictured at the shower.

Following the wedding shower, Bailon took to Snapchat to thank everyone who attended. “Just had the most incredible day ever. It was our Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Shower,” she said, E! reported. “I have completely sweated my makeup off but it was such an amazing time and I know I wasn’t on any of the social media stuff because I was actually living in the moment but I love these people very much. I love these girls so much.”

 During the Season 3 premiere of “The Real” last month, Bailon and Houghton opened up about their engagement. Houghton proposed to the former Cheetah Girl in August during a romantic trip to Paris. Houghton told the ladies of “The Real” they were on a yacht in front of the Eiffel Tower when he got down on one knee and asked Bailon to marry him. “Of course [I was] nervous,” he said. “This is a once-in-a-lifetime woman.”

Bailon and Houghton haven’t revealed a wedding date yet, but they have been sharing wedding details. The daytime talk show host told Entertainment Tonight last month planning her big day has been really easy because she and Houghton hammered out most of the details during their 14-hour flight back from Paris after he proposed.

“Planning so far has been super smooth and peaceful,” she said. “Everybody on set makes fun of me every day. They’re like, ‘Why are you so calm?’ I’m like the calmest bride-to-be ever.”