This precious YELLOW VINTAGE BABY SHOWER was submitted by Anna Hogbin of Mama Bear’s Kitchen.
What a sweet baby shower! I absolutely love the yellow, white, and brown color scheme; it makes the overall feel of the shower, so warm and cozy. I also love all of the cute animal designs, fabrics, and figurines used in it, they are all so cute. This party has so many great ideas that would work perfectly for not only a gender neutral baby shower, but for a vintage farm party as well.
My favorite Yellow Vintage party ideas and elements from this darling baby shower are:
- The cute cupcake toppers and tags with ducks on them
- The cute vintage suitcase to place gifts in
- The darling cake dessert with a yellow duck in the center
- The cute white fence backdrop with a fabric tassel placed in front
- The cute twine tied drinking bottles
- and MORE!
This is what Anna said about planning the party- “I created this baby shower for a dear friend who is crazy about yellow. Not being shy of colour, I used rich, warm,golden hues of yellow with sweet gingham checks, spots and calico, balancing them with rustic browns and antique white. I made a fabric garland which became the basis for the table decorations. I wanted the shower to have an old fashioned, vintage feel about it and used old children’s books, ornaments and vintage glassware.
The menu included white chocolate and mango cupcakes, lemon meringue cupcakes, yellow macarons, meringues, Tarragon chicken tea sandwiches, walnut and ricotta rolls, veggie sticks with individual dip jars, and a lolly buffet with matching yellow and white sweets. The feature cake was white chocolate mud cake with lemon buttercream. I made ‘onesie’ cookies as Thank you favours for the guests to take home.
The gorgeous cupcake toppers and labels were all made by luna Graphics.
One of my favourite features of the party was the old suitcase used to put gifts in for the new mum. A simple, yet stylish way to display the presents. This shower was so delightful and an absolute pleasure to put together. As my friend didn’t know the sex of her baby, I wanted to create a shower which was suitable for a boy or a girl, and would give her beautiful memories of this special time in her life.”