By Gerda MenzelOn Jun 02, 2018 Decoration
A printed or patterned tablecloth is a great way to bring a bit of color and life to a table. Whether you use this Oh Baby Tablecloth in the space where you would be having food, or placing gifts, I think it would look great. You dont need to be a sewing genius to tackle this DIY, and if you use the same colored thread as felt, no one will see if your lines go a little wonky. I like that they have provided a template for the letters used in this example because I am a big fan of the fonts, but of course, you could use any lettering you would like. With that said, you could go even further in your customization by using different words and colors, and you could even add the name of the baby.
This precious gift baby shower features a great way for adding a variety of heights to your dessert or refreshment table when cake stands and serving pieces are limited. Use boxes! In this instance, gift boxes coordinated with the “precious gift” theme as decorations, but they doubled as a great place to display desserts! It’s simple and chic! You can easily wrap boxes with gift wrap to coordinate colors, patterns, styles and textures with your desired look.
Sprinkle the new mama-to-be with an umbrella themed boy baby shower featuring some classic decoration ideas! We just love the clusters of white tissue paper clouds hanging overhead. And how cute are the real umbrellas hanging from the ceiling? The raindrops make for a fun visual display and were cut from cardstock and sewn together prior to hanging from the edges of the umbrellas. Cloud and raindrop paper was used to create an adorable “Baby Boy” bunting, hung from twine and clothespins. Which of these budget-friendly baby shower decoration ideas will you try first?
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