Blue & Yellow Baby Shower

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Chocolate Candies Dessert TableBaby shower blessings boardYellow cupcakes with toppersThank you Favors

Thank you favor board

I am so excited to share this baby shower party with you! My sweet neighbors asked me to help them design a baby boy shower for a friend.  We decided on a simple blue and yellow theme with splashes of pastel green.  Since we knew the baby’s name, we incorporated his monogram and name for an added touch!

My favorite part of this shower was the blessings board.  We wanted a way for guests to share a little prayer or blessing for the new baby.  We also incorporated the same idea for the favor board which was filled with small mints.

Guests enjoyed homemade vanilla cupcakes, chocolate covered strawberries, and chocolate candy in addition to lots of other yummies and treats! Fresh lemonade and sweet tea was served as well.  The shower was a success, congrats to the parents-to-be!

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  1. 1

    says

    I love the blessing board! Always such a sweet idea to have something to look back on years later! And I love how you did the poms – they almost look like balloons floating above the table! Great alternative when you don’t have a ceiling to hang them from!

    Kim @Frost Me!
    party inspiraiton

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    Jill says

    Courtney, this is INCREDIBLE. By far my favorite post. You are so amazingly talented. You have the eye for this. There is not one thing that I just don’t ADORE. Every detail is perfect.
    LOVE, LOVE it~

  3. 8

    kristen says

    ahhh just when i think you can’t get any cuter! i can’t even stand how great all of this is! you are fabulous :)

  4. 10

    Stefanie says

    Let’s see if I can talk one of my friends in to getting pregnant because this makes me want to throw a baby shower NOW! SO cute!

  5. 13

    says

    Courtney,

    WOW! You and your mom are blowing folks away with your creativity and talent. I enjoy logging on to see what amazing things the mother/daughter duo have come up with next. I’m pulling for you and that this BLOG will be an even bigger success in the future. Have a great weekend. Love, Jayne

  6. 14

    says

    I love the colors and your choice of desserts. It is all so well coordinated and looks perfect. I would love to know how you hung the pom poms as I have a party coming up and would like to try them! Love your site and your talent! ~ Paula Rosenthal

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    angie says

    I love the whole decor. Planning a shower for my niece in Jan and she wants the exact colors. What did u use for the tables as centerpieces? Need ideas

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      says

      Hi angie! Do you mean other tables? We had a small appetizer table as well as a gift table but the guests enjoyed mixing and mingling as well as sipping drinks and eating while watching the Mom-to-be open shower gifts. There weren’t sit-down arranged table settings. Hope this answers your question but if not, please don’t hesitate to email me!

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    says

    Hi i loved your baby shower theme! My favorate part would be the prayer board too! I was curious what did your invatations look like? I am also planning a baby shower for my sister would like any ideas to have a matching invite.

    Thanks

    Letty

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    cheryl says

    What did your invitations look like and i like the blessing board what was on the cards or everyone had to writ a blessing tom the baby I’am planning one form October and it is a boy and this one would be perfect what food did you serve. thank you

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    Allison says

    I just found your page while looking for baby shower ideas. I love this shower theme! So cute!! Can I ask where you bought the glass containers with the candies? LOVE those!!

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    Kelly says

    Where did you get the blue table cloths? LOVE that shade of blue! Are they fabric/cloth, or plastic? Paper? Thanks!

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