The post you have been requesting! Putting this baby shower together for my cousin was so fun. We chose a rubber ducky theme and I thought it turned out so cute. The majority of everything came from Amazon! This isn’t a sponsored post nor are these affiliate links! Just wanted to put all of this in one place in case you need some baby shower inspo! We chose blue as the accent color since that is what the mom to be chose as the primary color for the carseat, blankets, etc. You could use gray, green, pink or any color you want with the cute little yellow ducks!
Without further ado, here we go:
The plain yellow table cloths were from Walmart: no link but any yellow table cloth (or color of your choice would do). We felt like the table cloth brightened up the space and tied everything together instead of putting them items directly on the counter tops. The rubber duck table cloth came with the Rubber Duck Baby Shower Kit.
Food and Drinks: We made chicken salad croissants, salad and watermelon all of which came from Costco. The mom to be requested chicken mini’s and fruit salad. We also served mixed nuts.
Plates, napkins, cups and cutlery came as a set from Amazon along with the rubber duck table cloth pictured further down in the post.
The plain rubber ducks were from amazon and we used them in the punch and around on the tables as decorations. We also purchased a set of 4 rubber ducks with “it’s a boy” theme on them as pictured on the cupcake stand.
The Baby Shower Banner that is accenting the gifts area is from Amazon.
For the guest book: we used Dr. Seuss’s “Oh, Baby The Places You Will Go” where guests were asked to write in the book words of
encouragement with sharpie. This way it was multi use and could be read to the baby along with having a keepsake of everyone who attended the shower.
I also found the 1-2-3 Rubber Duck Board Book from Target that doubled as a centerpiece option for the table and gift.
For the party favors: I made the “From our shower to yours” cut out on Microsoft Word from a printable duck image I found on the internet. I used the text box function on Microsoft Word to create the message and printed them on yellow computer paper. I used a single hole punch and ribbon to tie a loofa around body wash samples that I found in the travel section of Target. These were for the adults who attended and we also had bubbles for the kids.
It was very simple and so much fun and budget friendly! If you use any of these ideas, I’d love for you to tag me on social media! @coffeecarrotsandcurls