Decorating a Floral Baby Shower
Whether it’s a brunch affair, an outdoor event, or the mom-to-be just really loves flowers, a floral baby shower is so pretty that you may want to hire a photographer to truly capture the vibe. If you’re holding the baby shower in spring or summer, you’ll have an easier time sourcing the colorful buds.
1. Floral Poster
Floral prints find their way into paper and fabric, besides the obvious real-life flowers. In this case, this personalized baby shower poster is covered in colorful plants. Stick this on the wall or front door to welcome honored guests.
2. Flowers and Balloons
Traditional party decorations are made extra special by incorporating flowers. Rather than a boring balloon garland, stick in your favorite flowers. Fake flowers work best here since the real thing might fall apart.
3. Baby’s Floral Initial
You’re having this baby shower to celebrate the upcoming arrival of a precious new family member. If the name of the baby has been announced, create a DIY floral initial for the little one. If you use fake flowers, this decoration can even find a welcome home in the new nursery.
4. Floral Centerpieces
Yes, floral centerpieces are expected, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid them completely. Make them special by choosing fun new ways to present them, like sticking your favorite flowers in a mason jar, growler, or vintage teapot.
5. Personalized Wine Bottle Labels
There’s likely going to be a time when you or a guest wants to make a toast to the new parents or baby. Whether it’s with real champagne or sparkling apple juice, make the bottle special with these personalized floral wine bottle labels.
6. Flower-Decorated Desserts
Party food is often a forgotten area when it comes to incorporating a baby shower’s theme. Instead of plain cakes, cookies, or cupcakes, cover these confections in flowers just like the rest of the shower. Go for real edible flowers or the sugar and frosting versions. These sweet treats will fit right in.