This baby shower craft game is so adorable! I wish we had done something like this at my baby shower. I’m pretty sure my son would still be playing with these blocks and he’s almost 4. This fabulous idea comes from our friends at One Charming Party. Click here for detailed instructions as well as their free printable block craft direction signs. Also, if you’re looking for other baby shower.
Look at these adorable little mini Easter baskets! And there so easy to make! All you need are ribbon, cute cupcake cups and washi tape. These are great not just for Easter, but for baby and wedding showers and dessert tables. Just think of all the possibilities! Source: One Charming Party Photo Credits: Sara Schmutz via One Charming Party
I just adore this awesomely trendy hipster baby shower featuring a cool black and teal color scheme. The parents-to-be must be super cool to have a rock-and-roll theme for the shower. I think this baby is bound for musical greatness. Or at least he’ll be a super cool hipster like his parents. The teal blue set against the black and white houndstooth pattern is so striking. These photos make amazing.
Check out these photos from a recent autumn / pumpkin themed baby shower! I just love this decor so much because not only is it gorgeous, but it is so versatile! These gold pumpkins and orange hues can be carried over to your Thanksgiving table top or any other fall shin-dig. Plus, there’s CANDY! The gold, orange and brown colors make a delicious looking candy buffet. We’ve provided a list.
What an awesome birthday party (or baby shower!) theme! I love the soft pastel colors and simple decor. There are so many candy options that you can have for a yellow / pink / blue pastel color theme. Here are our top picks for what would make an amazing and delicious candy table scape. Pink, Blue and Yellow Gourmet Malt Balls Pink, Blue and Yellow Gum Balls Pink, Blue and Yellow.
As promised in last Friday’s post about Girl Baby Shower Candy Buffets, we’re wrapping up the trio of baby shower buffet blog posts with some candy ideas for a gender neutral showers. Yellows, greens, and soft pastels (you can even throw in a little blue and pink into the mix) generally round out the gender neutral color palette. Don’t worry though – even though we’ve covered blue, pink and neutral.
I heard about this awesome baby shower game that involves my favorite thing – candy! I knew immediately that I must share it here, so here are the instructions. Get a large basket and fill it with the following candy: Mike & Ikes, Milky Way, Baby Ruth, Life Savers, 100 Grand, Runts, Whoppers, Skor, Snickers, 3 Musketeers, and Oh Henry. Everyone gets a pen and a game sheet with the.