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Can you have your head in the clouds while your feet are firmly planted on a down-to-earth budget for a boy’s baby shower?
Party stylist Sarah Osmotherly, of Sugar Coated Mama, would give you a resounding Yes! — as you can tell from this delightful Up, Up and Away themed dessert table.
Sarah’s decoration ideas convey just the right amount of fresh and pretty excitement for welcoming a little guy to the world. Natalie Latus Photography invites you to the party.
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Sarah created the celebratory scalloped lanterns that are reminiscent of hot air balloons to hang in front of the crepe paper fringe dessert table backdrop. I love the combination!
The pristine white, fluffs of sky blue, sunshine yellow, underlined with hints of fresh green, looks fabulous!
The ombre swirl carrot cake by Get Frosted certainly deserves its starring position and the tiny, sheer pom pom garland makes the entire presentation look ethereal.
The balloon topped, beribboned vanilla cupcakes with buttercream swirl look smart in their striped wrappers and toppers created by Sarah.
Sarah’s cute idea for the shadow box framed invitation adds dimension, even as it mirrors the toppers.
Cloud meringues? Yes, please. The tiny sprinkles are such a nice touch. They certainly look like they would melt-in-the-mouth.
I want some of these colored nougat candies!
Coconut chocolate malt balls and white licorice from Oh Nuts! look delicious. There were also green, yellow and blue cloud candies, mint M & Ms, blue fairy floss and lovely vanilla, pearl-sheen cake pops to entice guests. A collar of coordinating ribbon holds food labels as an attractive way to let guests know what confections are being offeredyou knowin case they dont want to try at least one of each! The sparkling glass apothecary style candy jars are from Balloonaway Broadmeadow. All printables are by Sugar Coated Mama.
Sarah was also responsible for the darling theme-coordinating, personalized chocolate bars.
The fresh yellow lemonade (made in a Thermomix in Australia) looks almost regal in its presentation.
This charming baby shower theme sets the scene for a delightful celebration of new life. Follow Sarahs choices for building your own special baby welcome!
Need some great sources for planning a baby shower? Check these outbrought to you by the Spaceships and Laser Beams crew.
- Ginger Ray Rocking Horse & Teddy Vintage Paper Napkins
- Ginger Ray Baby & Dark Blue Tissue Paper Pom Poms
- Dress My Cupcake Stamped Wooden Cutlery Set, Chevron/Striped/Polka Dot
- Dress My Cupcake 12-Pack Party Treat Bags
- Black Chalkboard Swallowtail Pennant Banner
- Yellow and Grey / Gray Paper Straw Mix – Stripe and Dots Paper Straw
- Dress My Cupcake 24-Pack Party Favor Bags
- Mint Green Stripe, Dot and Lattice Paper Straws
- Kate Aspen “Vintage” Milk Favor Jar
- Table Sense Lace Fabric Tablecloth in Ivory
- Elephant Baby Shower 8 Count Dinner Plates
- Plastic Table Cover
- Stitching Confetti, Blue, Green and Yellow
- Elephant Baby Shower 16 Count Luncheon Napkins, Blue, White and Gray
- 16 Count Square Dessert Plates, 7-Inch, Baby Blue
Be sure to check out more baby shower ideas here:
- Sweet Baby Elephant Dessert Table
- Black and White Boy Baby Shower Ideas
- Shake, Rattle & Roll Baby Shower
- Mustache Themed Boy Baby Shower
Plus, don’t miss Up and Away: Hot Air Balloon Boy Baby Shower…