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Country Garden Themed Boys Baby Shower

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These beautiful baby boy shower ideas look so refreshing—it’s enough to give you spring fever! Sunny, of Sunny by Design, created a lovely Country Garden theme baby shower. In the midst of a room full of darling paper flower decorations, a sweet dessert table features a cake that looks like baby’s wooden toy blocks. Daisies and primroses even top the cupcakes. Blooms and butterflies abound! Consider this an invitation to stop and smell the flowers while you garner ideas on how to make and use party supplies for a soon-to-be baby boy birthday!

Boy Baby Shower Decorations


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This baby shower was hosted at a dance studio. That means there were mirrors and dance bars around the room which could make decorating a challenge—but—Sunny used the venue to her advantage: she placed the dessert table in front of the only wall without a bar. That mirrored wall was covered with blue, white and yellow paper flowers and the pretty dessert table decoration effects were doubled by the mirror.

Dessert Table Backdrop

She used the dance bars to hang cute pennant bunting and large tissue paper flowers. Sunny used a simple, embroidered cloth as the table foundation. She arranged miniature paper punched flowers in blue and yellow around the serving pieces. A double layered pedestal displays charming cupcakes dressed up in checked wraps.

Food Ideas for Boys Baby Shower

Lemon buttercream wafer cookies are stacked under a glass dome; they would still look inviting if they were simply set out on a plate, but doesn’t the glass dome make it look more special? Lemon lush parfaits look terrific in their own lidded jars. Sunny said they are simple to make: layer crushed pecan sandy cookies, sweetened cream cheese, lemon pudding and top it off with a generous dollop of whipped cream. Yum!

Boy Baby Shower Party Favor Ideas

Oreo cake pops look darling, dressed up with sprinkles, bows and tiny flowers. An extra, small detail is the tray has been lined with a patterned paper and a paper butterfly perches on the edge. Blue and white checked medallions are used for food labels. An extra-large, coordinating medallion fronts the table with “It’s a Boy”. The water bottles also wear the matching checked wraps. Bouquets of paper windmills and fabric flowers that match the bunting further enhance the decorating scheme. Notice there are more fabric flowers visible in the glass lantern. The lovely fresh flowers in a metal watering can go home with mama-to-be after gracing the dessert table.

Wishing Tree for Boy Baby Shower

For fun shower activities, Sunny started by creating a Well-Wishes Tree. Small tissue flower poms decorate a bare tree branch; cards are at the ready for guests to pen best wishes.

Boy Baby Shower Ideas

She also made a finish-the-rhyme print-out and encouraged guests to write answers even if they didn’t really know the rhyme. Silly responses gave them all something to laugh about! Can you guess how many pins are in that dressed up container? 1,000!

Boy Baby Shower Activity

Sunny said these tutorials inspired the flower designs that her friend, Connie Gingerich, helped create: 1) DIY Spring Paper Flowers Tutorial, 2) Giant Paper Flowers from Ruche, 3) Brown Paper Flower Tutorial.


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Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.