Set up a dessert table or a DIY photo booth in front of a stylish and sweet custom backdrop.
This clever emoji quiz isn't your average old-fashioned baby shower game — and you'll have a blast much fun to read the incorrect guesses.
Include a diaper raffle ticket when you send the invitations and have guests bring a pack of diapers with them to be entered into a drawing for a special prize.
Use the inside cover of a classic children's book as a guest book. It'll be a cherished keepsake and a special bedtime story once baby comes. (Then gift mom one of these reads.)
Welcome partygoers with a pretty sign set up on an easel (like ).
Cute letter balloons add a little extra something-something to the decor when they're mixed in with "regular" balloons. This set is versatile for any gender or theme.
For a social media-savvy touch, guests can document the day with a custom Snapchat geofilter design.
These cute favors encourage guests to continue the celebration after the shower — after all, a champagne toast is in order once the baby is born.
The mom-to-be can soak up all the wisdom she can get, so have guests fill out these prediction and advice cards at the party.
If you want to give guests favors they'll actually use, no-crease hair ties are a cute and customizable option.
An elegant custom topper makes any cake a little bit sweeter — plus, it can be re-used on the little one's first birthday.
Turn any baby shower into a fiesta complete with a build-your-own taco bar, virgin margaritas (at least for mom), a piñata, and this fun balloon arrangement.
Guests can fill out this card to pass along their heartfelt wishes for mom and baby. (You may want to keep tissues handy for this sentimental shower activity.)
Baby bingo makes opening gifts fun for everyone — attendees write down what they think the future mom is going to receive before unwrapping begins, then they get to cross off the items they correctly guessed as they go.
Guests can play this classic game on their own time during the shower. And of course, all of the words are baby-related, like rattle, mobile, and mommy.
Each guest picks out a page to work on, and at the end it'll all come together for baby's first (and certainly most special) alphabet book.
As any new mom can attest to, there's no such thing as too many bibs. Set up a decorating station with fabric paints or pens to build up mom's stash.
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Faux diaper-adorned invitations couldn't be more on-theme for a baby shower — and they're a lot cleaner than the real deal, too. (These are also a great option.)
This retro-style popcorn box is a punny snack to set out for guests. Fill 'em with different varieties, from movie theatre-style to kettle corn to cheese popcorn.
For this cute (and slightly cheeky) idea, set up a station with different kinds of milk, from almond milk to good old-fashioned chocolate.
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