By Sandra HolzOn Apr 26, 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.
When decorating for a baby shower, especially one out of doors, and held at night, do not underestimate the ambience created from the addition of twinkling lights and overhead décor. This Mustache bash boy baby shower features both, and the result is magical! The combination of the lights sparkling in the treetops and colorful tissue poms hanging from branches, creates an atmosphere that is festive and fun!
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.
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