10 Baby Shower Cupcake Toppers
That You Will Love!

baby shower cupcake toppers

These jungle baby shower cupcake toppers or favor tags can be found over at our printable site.



Below Are Our Top 10 Favorite
Baby Shower Cupcake Toppers


Jazz up your cupcakes and get inspired by these popular cupcake toppers! Cupcakes are all the rage right now, and they really add a whole new level of cuteness and creativity to your baby shower!


baby shower cupcake toppers

{ find these cuties over at LemonDropBlog.com }

These bow tie baby shower cupcake toppers are adorable and really not that hard to master. Simply cut scrapbook paper into squares, fold into a fan (accordion style), staple the middle, wrap tie around the staple to cover it up, and hot glue the cute little bow tie onto a lollipop stick! Perfect for a little man baby shower!



baby shower cupcake toppers

{ we found these cupcakes at JuliesCafeBakery }

This just shows how creative you can get when making toppers! Using simple and affordable items to create adorable little works of art!

  • Cut felt into cute shapes such as fish (as shown above,) hearts, stars, etc
  • Make frilly pom poms out of strips of tissue paper
  • Bundle 3 lollipops together to make balloons
  • Cut fabric or scrapbook paper into triangles to make a mini pendant banner



baby shower cupcake toppers

{ You can find these at 1PixiePlace }

A cloud and raindrop topper is just perfect for a baby "shower!" And look at the frosting! A big fluffy cloud of yumminess! See a cute "Cloud and Raindrop Baby Shower" here.



10 Baby Shower Cupcake Toppers You Will Love!

{ You can find these at CreatureComfortsBlog }

Who knew cute could be so simple?! These arrow cupcake toppers are so easy to make, just cut into an arrow shape and cut several tiny slots down the sides. Adhere to a lollipop stick and you're done!



baby shower cupcake toppers

{ Created by Confessions of a Cookbook Queen }

Can you believe the cuteness of these Cupcake Cupcake Toppers? And guess what the mini cupcake on top is made from? Miniature Reese's Peanut Butter Cups! Pretty genius right? All you do is decorate the top of the Reese's with frosting to match the larger cupcake! So perfect!



baby shower cupcake topper
baby shower cupcake topper

{ These cute toppers can be seen at IcingDesigns.com }

Don't let the beauty of these intimidate you.

  • Simply draw out your shape or use a stencil (you can also search Google for the shape you want such as heart template and print it off)
  • Then outline the shape with melted chocolate (pour the melted chocolate into plastic ketchup type bottle with the narrow tip - found in the cake decor aisle)
  • Wait for the chocolate to dry and then place on top of decorated cupcakes!



baby shower cupcake toppers

{Found at anthropologie.com }

These are sold at Anthropologie but you could easily make them yourself. Buy gold glittered scrapbook paper at the craft store, along with a star paper punch and attach to lollipop sticks or toothpicks.



baby shower cupcake toppers

{ Found at athoughtfulplaceblog.com }

Cut several heart shapes out of card stock, cover in craft glue and sprinkle on large chunky glitter flakes. I love the idea of using decorative party straws as the post for the toppers!



baby shower cupcake toppers

{ Found at studiodiy.com }

These balloon cupcake toppers are one of my favorites! The balloon strings are made out of striped paper clips that have been straightened out. Love.



baby shower cupcake toppers

These sweet little bees were featured earlier on our site and I loved them so much I had to share them again! Make these cute fondant bees and poke into cakes or cupcakes! You can watch a video tutorial on how to make them here.




Simple baby shower cupcake topper tips:

  • Buy scrapbook paper in patterns and colors to match the theme of the baby shower.
  • Punch into baby themed shapes using a paper punch (you can find all sorts of cute shapes at the craft store.) Or cut your own shapes such as hearts, arrows, circles, balloons, raindrops, etc.
  • Attach to a toothpick, decorative straw (can cut to make shorter), wooden dowel or lollipop stick.
  • Poke into cupcakes or cake