Get ready! We have tons of free, cute and unique ideas for modern baby shower decorations to make your party fabulous!
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This beautiful boy baby shower balloon decor is made from a hula hoop spray painted gold - and then blue, white and gold flake balloons added around the hoop.
You can easily create the baby shower balloon arrangement shown in the picture, by using a balloon strip and attaching the strip to the hula hoop with clear packing tape.
Create this amazing baby shower balloon garland arch by using an easy, DIY balloon garland kit. Perfect for a 1st birthday or baby shower!
3 FREE printable welcome signs for a baby shower & baby shower table signs!
Decorating for a baby shower allows you to choose to choose a general "baby-theme," or get extra-creative and go for a specific theme.
When we get through with you - guests will be so impressed with your party planning skills, they will beg you to plan their next big bash!
A clever tip is to incorporate newborn baby supplies into your decorating! By using baby bottles, pacifiers, receiving blankets, rattles, etc you can then give these items to the mom-to-be to use when the baby arrives.
Diaper cakes are the perfect baby shower decoration because they look adorable on the table as a centerpiece, and they are full of essential baby gifts that the new mom can use!
Baby Girl Baby Shower Decorations: We are loving this elegant pink baby shower table! The pink paper flowers used as the backdrop are so popular right now - and you can make them yourself!
These DIY paper flowers are just adorable - and we love that they are totally DIYable! And they are actually not that hard to make.
We have a full page full of easy, DIY Mason Jar Decorations & Centerpiece Ideas! So cute and easy - hop over to see them all.
In this simple baby shower craft, all you have to do is purchase a wooden letter from the craft store and glue on cute paper flowers.
Prop up against a big vase full of flowers and use as a centerpiece. Use the letter of baby's first name. If you do not know his/her name yet, use a B for baby.
Make these fun, cheerful and easy felt pinwheel cupcake toppers! Click on picture for full details and a FREE pinwheel template!
If you are searching for easy baby shower decorations, anyone can make these cute and crafty tissue paper wreaths!
All you need is a Styrofoam wreath, some tissue paper, scissors and a glue gun.
Click on the picture for detailed, step-by-step instructions with pictures - and a FREE printable wreath sign (as shown in the picture!)
These are a festive and clever addition to the baby shower!
You can bundle them up and place them in a glass vase, poke into a wrapping paper-covered brick of floral foam, put in a cute flower pot, or lay on counter tops and tables!
However you choose to display them - they will be an adorable conversation piece!
At the end of the baby shower you can hand the lollipops out as baby shower favors, or use strictly for decoration purposes and give to the mom-to-be at the end of the shower to use for the new baby!
Click here to get simple instructions on how to make these cute baby shower washcloth lollipops!
Paper Decor - My daughter got these from the craft store as a kit and I thought they were so cute and easy to make - so I made up a FREE printable template so you can make them too!
String a bunch of these onto a ribbon and use as baby shower garland to decorate for the shower!
All you have to do is print the template out onto cute scrapbook paper or colored card stock, cut out the pattern and glue 6 shapes together.
You could even add twinkle lights to the garland for an even cuter effect!
(Or... I just thought of this! Tuck candies inside and hand out as baby shower favors!) Click on the picture to download your FREE template.
Click on the pic above to see some amazing baby shower balloon creations! Who knew balloons could be so cool!?
Lay these delicate flowers on counter tops or arrange in cute vases and use for them centerpieces.
At the end of the baby shower, hand the bouquet to the new mom for a great start to her baby's sock collection!
Using one sock at a time, roll the sock from toe to top cuff.
Fold the cuff around one half of the rolled sock to form a petal.
Place a pipe cleaner into the bottom of the flower and wrap tightly with floral tape to hold in place (you will have to place the floral tape on the bottom of the sock and wrap around until it holds he pipe cleaner in place.)
Repeat with each sock.
Tie the bouquet together with the cute ribbon.
Lay on tables throughout the room or place in pretty vases.
At the end of the shower you can hand them out as favors, or give to the mom-to-be for her baby sock collection!
One of our sweet and clever readers, Deanna, submitted this cute idea for baby shower decorations!
Deanna writes: "We decorated the entrance of the baby shower - Next to the sign in table.
We put together some foam letters to spell out the baby's name."
Click to learn all about how to make a Baby Shower Corsage and grab some printable baby shower corsage tags!
Decorate glasses with candied sprinkles and fill with baby shower punch! Click here for instructions.
This is such a simple baby shower decor idea! When I first saw these on Etsy, they were shown using family photos that were Mod Podge'd onto wooden plaques and several were hung on a wall.
I thought this idea was genius! It gives an alternative for displaying photos on your wall, other than the traditional picture frame.
While cruising through the craft store, the thought of using scrapbook paper cut into shapes on the plaques came to me.
I scooped up all of the supplies and gave this project a whirl! It turned out to be super affordable (one completed plaque cost me about $3) and didn't take much time at all!
These were so simple to make! Perfect for dressing up a baby shower food table or hanging on the wall at the shower.
You can also give the plaque to the mom-to-be at the end of the baby shower for her to hang in the baby's nursery.
I decided to make 2 plaques. One for a boy and one for a girl.
The boy plaque is dark blue with a onesie and the girl plaque is brown with a pink polka dot rattle.
The plaques are approx. 8 1/2 x 10"
Start by painting or spray painting the plaque and letting dry.
I chose to use acrylic paint with a foam brush. It was easy but probably would have taken half the time if I had spray painted.
To give the plaque a rustic look, you can rough up the edges a bit with sand paper or a nail file.
Easy and quick but really adds to the plaques uniqueness.
I whipped up a quick onesie template on the computer and printed it onto patterned scrap book paper.
You can print the onesie template out for free here.
Glue the paper to the plaque using Mod Podge. Make sure it is nice and flat against the wood.
Then paint the entire front of the plaque and let dry. The glue will dry clear.
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