Recently we have had a lot of requests for baby showers so we wanted to share the pictures from this party- it was one of the first parties that we ever did! The yellow and gray color scheme works very well for a gender neutral shower. Although this shower was for a baby boy, the color scheme could work just as well for a girl.
We did a food table with desserts and light bites since the party was early afternoon.
The cupcakes were decorated with various paper cut outs that match the theme. Since the baby’s name began with a “T” we included personalized toppers with his initial.
We saw these online and just had to recreate. There were three different donut cakes- one with glazed, one with chocolate dipped, and powdered sugar donuts. We can’t think of a cuter way to combine breakfast and dessert!
No shower is complete without a watermelon baby display! This one has a baby made out of a cantaloupe.
We made scones with lemon curd, devonshire cream, and home made jam. There were also ham and cheese tea sandwiches.
The backdrop to the food table was crafted from yellow and silver tissue flowers. Since the display was outdoors, we created a grid of white curling ribbon to attach the flowers to so they wouldn’t shift in the wind.
The top of the backdrop consisted of several paper-crafted baby themed designs which provided an adorable festive border.
A guest of the shower created these fun diaper cakes for additional decor. Aren’t they the cutest?
Finally, we will take a closer look at the mason jar centerpieces. Lemon drops provided a great pop of color for our paper crafted designs.