Baby Shower Party Ideas
Who doesn’t love a baby shower? I mean it’s a great way for everyone to get together and share in the excitement of the arrival of such a precious bundle of joy and I must admit...how cute are those teeny tiny baby clothes.
Gone are the days when baby showers were a simple get together in the home playing a few games and opening gifts. Nowadays baby showers tend to be more theme based and let me tell you there are plenty to choose from. Once you’ve chosen your theme, you can guarantee there are decorations to match. I just LOVE some of the these ideas from The Baby Shower Shop
If you already know the sex of your baby, shout it from the roof tops with co-ordinated decorations. For the girls there’s the Lady Bug Baby Shower, Teddy Bear Pink, and my favourite Umbrellaphants Pink. The Boys the cute Mustache Party, Tiny Toes Blue or if you’ve kept it a surprise, you can’t go wrong with the Buzz BaBee, or Mod Mum.
While usually someone close to the mum-to-be will host the baby shower, make sure they get to be part of the organising of their special day. Remember, it’s suppose to be a fun, exciting day and we all want the mum-to-be to be showered in love.
For the all important question: What to Wear?
some prefer to co-ordinate with a pink or blue theme. For those choosing not to find out the gender until baby is born, white
is proving to be increasingly popular. Whatever you choose, the dress should simply make you feel fabulous. Browse through our baby shower dress range for more ideas here
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