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We have come up with a barn load of cute, farm animal baby shower ideas! From hay bales, to cowboy hats, to little red wagons, we have got you covered! So get ready to host the cutest shower around!
neigh • chirp • cheep • cluck • oink • moo
Decorate in style with cute banners, farm centerpiece displays, one-of-a-kind favors and matching tableware! Guests are going to be so impressed with all of the cuteness and creativity going on!
Start off by grabbing a notepad and writing headlines on each page: Favors, Food, Cake, Decorations, Supplies, Games, Gift. Then jot down any ideas you have for each topic.
Scroll down below to get easy tips and ideas for planning each part of your farm animal party!
When decorating, you can use mini hay bales for several purposes. Put 2 or 3 on the front porch, along with some red bandannas, farm stuffed animals, or any animal figurines such as cows, pigs, roosters, chickens, horses, etc.
The hay bales pictured above are actually mini-sized and can be used as centerpieces on the guest's tables or on the food or gift tables, you can also poke wooden dowels or skewers into them to make food labels or place cards (see picture above for example)
Use mini cowboy hats as decorations or even as little candy dishes or party favors! A cute farm baby shower favor idea is to place small clear bags full of candy into each hat, tie a ribbon around each bag and add a favor tag. Simple and adorable baby shower favors that guests will love!
Aren't these pom pom sheep just the sweetest things? We saw them over at the cute blog, Coffee With Us 3, and knew we had to share them with you! You simply make some yarn pom poms, add a store bought little fuzzy pom pom for the head, and use yarn for the hoofs. So cute!
click on this cute cake for instructions
Question submitted by Barb:
I need some ideas for a farm animal centerpiece.
I am hosting a baby shower for my niece. Her nursery theme is farm animals. I am trying to come up with an idea for centerpieces for the tables. I have purchased stuffed farm animals, but need ideas to incorporate them into the tablescape.
You could buy a toy tractor and mini hay bales (found at craft stores) and then place the farm animals around and in the tractor.
Hope this helps a little :)
You could do small silver galvanized buckets filled with daisies. You could also wrap the buckets with bandannas.
Click the pic to grab this free printable of the popular "Guess the size of mommy's waist" game! Print, trim, pop into an 8x10" frame, place on a table with yarn and scissors - and you're all set! Have guests cut the yarn to the length they think will fit around mommy's belly! So fun!