An aqua and yellow sunshine day for a bowtie themed boy baby shower with bowtie desserts and napkins.
With colors in yellow, white and brown and a setting overlooking an incredible view, this was a serene and tranquil, elegant event.
The beautiful yellow touches in the baby shower flowers and ribbons worked perfectly as accents against monkey and giraffe details.
You can do a lot with a waffle. Emily can even use it as the inspiration for her sister, Aly’s brunch-themed baby shower.
For her sister’s first baby shower, Nikki created a party that she would remember much like the way small children remember their first circus, as a beautiful place full of beautiful people that you desperately want to be a part of.
Patty simply invited friends by for a casual sip and see to meet the new baby. She proves it doesn’t have to be a huge table with dozens of options, just some simple snacks and lemonade.
It’s not a ‘bee’ baby shower mosaic, it’s a ‘Mommy to Bee’ or ‘Baby to Bee’ baby shower mosaic! The yellow and black color combination at once suggests bumble bee, and it can be done easily and a chic way while keeping the fun in the day.