By Sandra HolzOn Apr 16, 2018 Decoration
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.
The sky the limit when it comes to the cute factor in these airplane themed boy baby shower decorations. Fabric buntings in shades of blues and browns hung overhead definitely add a fun factor to the table featuring an adorable airplane themed diaper cake. Diaper cakes act as a fun baby shower décor element and great shower gift. Along the same lines, the clothesline featured in this boy baby shower is full of darling baby boy onesies that coordinate with the color palette and theme of the party. They are a great focal point and make for a great gift for the new momma-to-be! If you zoom in on the photo, you can see the darling airplane clothespins holding up the onesies! Such a darling touch!
If you cant make something decorative entirely out of diapers for a baby shower then when else can you? This Diaper Wreath is a bit of fun and, if you dont crumple them too much, the mother-to-be can even keep the diapers for her little arrival. Its incredibly easy to make, and could probably even be pulled together on the morning of the shower if you were running a little bit last-minute. You could add extra decorations onto it too, which I think would just make it look that bit more personal. In this example, they have made a Welcome Baby ribbon, but you could go even further by adding baby shoes or socks to the wreath, attaching them with some wire or a hot glue gun.
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