Last week my mom hosted a baby shower for my cousin who is due to have her first child - a boy - in mid June. I had fun preparing the games and decorations. Here are some photos of my handiwork (and some free printables for you)!
guestbook keepsake by clicking on the image. All you'll need are some pipe cleaners or string, small circles to write on, and a picture frame.
I forgot to take a photo of the completed Baby Shower book, but here it is without "balloons". I glued the cover onto a folded lunch sized paper bag. You can also see the Wishes for Baby template and a notecard I found online. I used a small binder clip to attach the Wishes for Baby inside the book, and I tucked the folded notecards into the paper bag opening. You can download a free copy of the Baby Shower book cover and Wishes for Baby template by clicking on the photo.
I also provided envelopes for the guests to write their own addresses. This way, the mom-to-be can get her thank you cards in the mail before baby arrives.
I kept the decorations simple by making use of what I already had on hand. I attached letters to white paper bags and placed them on the mantle.
I used the same letters on paper plates and in a photo frame.
The mom-to-be and grandmothers-to-be wore these ribbons!
As a favour, I gave out popcorn with a "Ready to Pop" tag.
I was determined to find some fun (and free) shower games. We played Baby Mad Libs, Baby Scattergories, and Who Knows Mommy Best? Click on the photo to download a copy of Who Knows Mommy Best?
If you're anything like me, you want your baby shower to be matchy-matchy. I have customized matching baby shower invitations available in my TpT store. Click on the photo for more information. After ordering, your customized downloadable invitation will be ready for you to print in 48 hours!