Baby Shower Party Supplies
Our baby shower party supplies will really make your celebration special. Show the mother to be how much you care by honoring her and her baby on the way. We have decorations, tableware, party favors, and more in sweet, elegant, and whimsical themes. You can have beautiful personalized invitations printed up that you can send to all the guests. Provide us with the party details and we'll make you professional looking cards using any of our many theme templates. You can also get packs of pre-printed cards that you can write in.
Themed decorations and tableware make the day special. If you know the baby's gender you can use a blue or pink palette or go for soft pastels or other fun colors. Float balloons, hang up a personalized banner, set out a big centerpiece, and decorate the walls too. Fill the room with decorations and it will make the event more festive. Party favors are fun to give out to all the guests. You don't have to be a kid to enjoy baby shower themed candy, pens, or other trinkets. Or give personalized keepsakes that people will treasure for years. The guests and the mother will love it. Still not sure where to start? Fear not - we have you covered! Our blog is full of great ideas that will help you throw a picture-perfect baby shower for the mama-to-be in your life. Check us out!
Twinkle Pink Baby Shower Ideas
The Twinkle, Twinkle Pink Baby Shower theme is one of our favorites. There is nothing more classic than singing “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” to your baby, and these beautiful party supplies focus on just that. This curated theme features pink, gold and white plates, napkins, plastic cutlery, invitations and so much more. Plus, we’ve taken things a step further by including some insider tips on how to make your baby shower unique, like creating a sky scene with balloons and a gold fringe curtain. Get inspired by our to plan the perfect baby shower for the soon-to-be mom in your life.
A diaper cake? Psh, amateurs. Get creative with a DIY Diaper Bouquet instead! At first
glance, this bouquet looks like real roses - you’d never guess it’s
actually diapers. It puts a fun, whimsical twist on the traditional diaper
decoration, and we are all for it. (After all, we’d rather eat cake than see it made of
diapers.) Best of all, we have all the step-by-step instructions you need to
create your very own diaper bouquet. The mom-to-be is sure to love it!
We have a great idea: Why not create a decoration for the parents-to-be’s baby shower that also doubles as a memorable gift? This DIY Baby Shower Wall Art is made from our adorable Happy Tree Collection, which features cute mama and baby owls. You’ll need a few simple supplies from your local craft store, as well as your Happy Tree party supplies, and we’ll help you every step of the way. No time to create something in advance? This makes a great baby shower activity for a smaller group!
Flowers are so beautiful, but the sad part is that after a few
days, they tend to wilt. We want you to feel joy every time you see your baby
shower flowers, which is why we’ve
created this DIY Baby Shower Paper
Flower Bouquet Centerpiece that will stand the test of time. The bouquet is
so easy to create, and once all of your flowers are assembled, you can stick
them in a vase or jar filled with candies. It also makes a great prize for the
winners of any baby shower games!
Nautical Pink Baby Shower
Ahoy, matey! The Nautical Pink Baby Shower theme is perfect for a waterfront baby shower - or those who dream of cruising along the open ocean. We absolutely love the juxtaposition of bright pink, light pink and navy blue in these party supplies. They add the perfect pop of color to any space, and the playful, nautical theme means you have tons of options when it comes to decorating. Planning a party can sometimes have you feeling like you're lost at sea but we're here to help you navigate through it all! Check out some of our ideas on the blog!
More Baby Shower Ideas
Hot Air Balloon Diaper Cake
Up, up and away! This hotair balloon theme is so cute, and is perfect for a gender-neutral babyshower. And this novel take on the traditional diaper cake is so unique. Createyour own Hot Air Balloon Diaper Cake using diapers, ribbon, paperstraws and a balloon. We provide you with instructions (including photos), butthe best part is that you have the option to pick whatever color scheme floatsyour boat - or hot air balloon, rather.
Sugar Scrub Baby Shower Favor
The mommy-to-be isn't the only one who needs a little pampering. Shower your guests with a gift that keeps on giving. This DIY Sugar Scrub is the perfect baby shower party favor. The flavors and fragrances are up to you but we know any combination will be a hit at your baby shower.
Baby Shower Party Supplies & Ideas
Can you hear that? It’s
the pitter-patter of little feet! A baby is on the way, and the mother-to-be
deserves to be honored with a beautiful baby shower. Baby showers have become a
rite of passage for most expectant mothers. What were once low-key living room
parties for family with cute games have become elaborate to-dos, complete with
themes, fancy cakes, photo booths and elegant
decorations. Whatever your theme or budget, we have the baby shower and gender reveal party supplies you need
to throw an amazing fete for the mom-to-be in your life.
We all know the nursery rhyme: Snips, snails and puppy dogs’ tails, that’s what little boys are made of. Sugar, spice and everything nice, that’s what little girls are made of. Whether the parents-to-be are expecting a baby boy or a baby girl, we have all of the tips and tricks you need to ensure their bundle of joy is welcomed into the world properly.
When to throw a baby shower
Timing is key when it comes to choosing a date for your loved one’s baby shower. We recommend aiming
for 6-8 weeks before the mother-to-be’s due date, just to be safe. Be sure to verify the date with the
key players: the mother- and father-to-be, their parents, their grandparents
and other close relatives. Traditionally, baby showers have just been for the
ladies in the mama-to-be’s
life. These days, however, expectant parents often buck tradition and celebrate
at a couples shower. Once you verify with the new mom and dad what time of
shower they prefer, you can start compiling a guest list. It’s easiest to start your way in and work
your way out - invite close family, then extended family, then friends. If you
need a little help, don’t
hesitate to ask the parents-to-be for names and contact information. They’ll be happy to pass along their
loved ones’ details - after
all, they want their nearest and dearest to be there to celebrate their
What you need to throw a baby shower
No two baby showers are the same, but they all have one thing in common: a venue. Well, maybe that’s not quite true - they all have babies in common, too! Once you’ve nailed down a date for your loved one’s baby shower, it’s time to pick a place. There are tons of options when it comes to a location for a baby shower: someone’s home, a park, a religious establishment, a restaurant - the options are endless! The number of guests you’re planning to invite might dictate where you hold the shower; after all, a party for 50 might be too big for someone’s living room.
The next thing you’ll need is a theme, and we can help with that. We carry a variety of baby shower and gender reveal party supplies in myriad themes, from the classic Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star to something more unique, like woodland creatures. And best of all, we’ve taken the guesswork out of coordinating everything - you’ll find matching plates, napkins and tablecovers, as well as gorgeous decorations that help set the scene. Looking for a personalized touch to make the mother-to-be feel extra special? Personalized party supplies and decorations are the way to go. She’ll be thrilled that you took the time and effort to plan such a picture-perfect baby shower for her bundle of joy.
Types of Baby Showers
Way back when, there used to be one type of baby shower: ladies gathered in someone’s living room to celebrate a pregnant mama. These days, however, there is no one standard for a baby shower. There are so many different routes you can go; here are a few that we’re particularly fond of:
Baby showers for boys or girls. Oftentimes, couples choose to find out the gender of their baby-to-be. That can make planning a shower easier, as it narrows down the list of possible themes. Blue bowties might be a great shower theme for a baby boy, while pink ballerinas are perfect for baby girls.
Gender-neutral baby showers. Back in the day, parents used to have to wait until the baby was born to find out its gender. If the mom- and dad-to-be are waiting to be surprised on the big day, a gender-neutral baby shower is the way to go. There are so many wonderful themes for these types of showers, including jungle animals and bubble baths.
Baby sprinkles. This is a relatively new type of baby shower during which guests celebrate a mother’s second or third child. Most times, the parents don’t need all of the traditional baby shower gifts, like a stroller, crib or nursing pillow - they already have those from their first baby. Instead, it’s a way to treat the expectant mother with a little something special for her, like a prenatal massage, and a gift for the big brother or sister. Gifts of diapers and formula are perfect for baby sprinkles - every parent needs more of the basics, no matter how many children they have.
Couples baby showers. We mentioned before that baby showers used
to just be for women, but that is changing. Nowadays, it’s common to visit a backyard barbecue baby
shower that everyone can enjoy. Couples baby showers should have options for
different activities, so that if certain guests would rather catch up and play
cornhole instead of watching the mom-to-be open her gifts, they are free to do