Baby Shower Centerpieces
Do- it-yourself baby shower
Centerpieces and table decorations are an easy way to add that "wow" factor to your party. You can save money by making them yourself, and many of these centerpiece ideas can also double as a gift for the mom-to-be. If you have a theme, get creative and find ways to incorporate it into your table decorations.
Browse through all our centerpiece ideas below or pick from one of these categories to jump straight there:
Homemade Baby Shower Centerpieces
The "roses" in this picture are made out of baby socks. Use them to make a cute centerpiece, or simply give them as a fun and practical gift.
Stand them up in a glass container, bucket or small pail filled with candy.
If you are giving them out as favors, put your centerpiece in the middle of each table and let your guests know to take one home.
Manzanita branches have become a popular choice for centerpieces. The branches are perfect for hanging things from, and there are many decorating possibilities.
Flower pomander balls are a beautiful and interesting way to display flowers.
This one is sitting on a trumpet vase. They also look gorgeous on a small cake stand.
This one was made by a florist, but we found a great tutorial at Eat Drink Pretty if you want to make your own.
Fresh flowers always make beautiful table decorations. Put them in a pretty vase or container and you can't go wrong.
We like this idea of adding sliced fruit in a clear vase.
How to make a fruit bouquet:
Put a piece of floral foam in the bottom of a vase or container. Then, put fruit on wooden skewers (making sure it doesn't poke out of the top) and stick into the foam.
To make the flowers, use a cookie cutter and attach a melon ball with a toothpick. Fill in with parsley or any other greenery to fill it out and cover up the skewers.
Decorate them to match your baby shower theme and display them on a cupcake tower.
See our baby shower cupcake ideas for inspiration and recipes.
Having a candy bar is a hot baby
shower trend right now. Fill some containers with candy and put a scoop
inside. Find candy that matches your baby shower theme. You can also
tie a piece of ribbon from the scoop.
More baby shower centerpiece ideas:
- Baby bathtub- use as a punch
bowl and float a couple rubber
ducks in the punch. Or, fill the tub with bath time baby items
(shampoo, soap, lotion, baby towels).
- Baskets- fill with baby items
or use to display your baby
- Stuffed animals
- Glass bowls filled with water
and floating candles
- Baby clothesline- string a clothesline across the room or outdoors and hang baby clothes, socks, bibs, blankets from the clothesline.