Create a Summery Floral Baby Shower

Looking for some inspiration for a Summery Floral baby shower. Read on for some ideas on how to re-create this look. For easy shopping see our Summery Floral Baby Shower party theme.

 

Sweet Floral Baby Invitation

Send out these gorgeous personalised baby shower invitations made in Australia by Jen at Love JK (and available to order on our store) to set the scene for your theme.

Summer Floral Baby Shower Table

Summer Floral Baby Shower Cake
Make a cake the centrepiece on the table. This simple naked cake was purchased and then turned from simple into stunning with the addition of a cake topper, macaroons and some fresh flowers. Add in some sweet floral cake plates, napkins and cutlery to complete the look.

Set up a self serve drinks station using drink dispensers filled with supermarket mineral waters (or create a summery cocktail). It is really important at baby showers to have non alcoholic alternatives to cocktails and champagne so cater for both. Style with some gorgeous gold paper cups and gold foiled paper straws.

Summer Floral Baby Shower Cupcakes
Bake some simple cupcakes in these Floral escape baking papers. We iced them with butter icing and decorated with freeze dried strawberries and pieces of Lindt chocolate (just a white chocolate block which comes in these lovely this squares).

Summer Floral Baby Shower Cupcake Boxes
Bake extra cupcakes and display them in these Paper Eskimo Gold Crush cupcake box tied with grosgrain ribbon and a foiled thank you tag. It is a lovely, simple way to say thank you to your guests.

Summer Floral Baby Shower Full Table
Hang a gold foiled banner that says “Oh Baby” from the table. These banner kits are great as you can have your banner say whatever you like and after the event pack it away for next time.Add extra decoration to your space with honeycomb balls and paper lanterns in summery colours. They are quick and easy to assemble and display and add a fun, festive vibe to the celebration (you can also hang them in the garden to create coordinating focal points).

Set up before the party and then enjoy the time with the mum-to-be and her guests.

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