Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers! Decorate with a darling baby carriage shower theme! What better represents a baby than a cute baby buggy!
Adorable and customizable, baby carriage, baby shower favor boxes! Complete you baby buggy shower theme by handing guests some cute stroller-shaped favors as they leave! What a sweet way to thank them for coming!
What to go the DIY route for your baby shower favors? Below is the perfect project for you...
These baby carriage favor ideas are so creative - we have never seen them before and had to share them with you!
Simply wrap each Hershey's Kiss in colored paper (to match the baby shower theme or gender of the baby,) glue together, assemble a viola! The cutest baby shower favors around!
Baby Buggy Cakes (also known as baby carriage cakes & stroller cakes) are adorable and can be made to look modern or classic. If you are planning a "Baby Buggy-Themed Baby Shower" - we've got some creative stroller cakes for you to see in all shapes and sizes!
Submitted by Kristy from Puyallup, WA
This is an 8 inch and 6 inch stacked square cake.
I iced each one separately with butter cream, then used an airbrush machine to spray the bottom pink and the top yellow.
You could choose to cover the cakes in fondant for a similar, more smooth look, but some people don't care for the taste of fondant. So it is up to you. I think this cake turned out nicely without using fondant.
I stacked the cakes and added the swirls and dot flowers with colored butter cream frosting.
The cute baby stroller cake topper was purchased at a store. You could add any topper you'd like - whatever matches the baby shower theme. Some ideas include: a small rubber ducky, a little teddy bear, a monkey or any jungle animals.
This cake is simple, but very cute!
Submitted by Socorro Pereira from Leesburg, VA
I made the baby shower invitation a cake. I used a 14" round pan and two - 5" round pans. I copied the invitation and made it as big as possible.
I cut the paper stroller copy in all pieces (7 in total). I cut the 14" in two halves (one half was bigger by a little bit).
From the smaller half I cut 4 parts (the top of stroller, a small piece to complete the top part, the baby belly and stroller handle).
I frosted all 5 parts and added the 2 smaller cakes as wheels to complete the stroller.
Submitted by Ruthy Sandoval from Katy, Texas
I copied the design from a plate that was part of the decoration of a baby shower.
For the cake, I baked a 10" round cake and used pink rolled fondant to cover the cake.
On the design on top I had the baby stroller and the baby bottle cookie cutter and the rest I cut by hand, bellow that I made the basket wave effect by cutting each stripe the other 2 squares were only dots on the fondant.