By Sigrun WinklerOn Apr 04, 2018 Decoration
Baby shower or not, I will most definitely be trying out this DIY. This Floral Balloon looks so incredibly natural and pretty, and I can imagine that any woman would love it. I am sure that you could use real flowers, but by using fake ones as they do here you ensure that the balloon will last longer, and the expectant mother can even take it home to keep as a memoir of the day. It will look stunning to have a row of these along the wall, or even better scattered around a garden if you are lucky enough to have conditions that allow you to have the party outside. If you want to make it more themed, you could use blue flowers for the celebration of a baby boy.
If you want to steer clear of overly ornate decorations, then these are a great idea. Against an otherwise neutral room, these would add a nice little pop of color and would be especially useful in pink or blue dependant on the gender of the baby if you know it. You could make these in any sizes you wanted to, and even use mixes of different colors if you wanted to. I think along with other more minimal decorations, these would look cool above a buffet table as the main attraction.
My mom and granny are both exceptional at sewing. They have been making costumes and adjusting clothes for me for as long as I can remember. I think the sewing gene has skipped a generation with me, however, because I am pretty hopeless at it. That is one of the reasons why I love this No Sew Bunting, aside from the fact that it looks incredibly pretty of course. Bunting is such a great way to decorate for any occasion, as it is simple but still effective. Make sure to think about who you are throwing the party for, their favorite colors and styles. Another charming thing about this bunting is that the mother-to-be could take it home after the baby shower and hang it in the baby nursery.
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