Hi there! Just want to share the beautiful decorations I made for my brother & sisnter-in-law baby shower. There baby shower was a while ago but I am just getting around to sharing the decorations.
For the centerpieces I bought plants and small pots from Ikea.
I cut Lions, Zebras, Monkeys, Giraffes, and Elephants with my Cricut Create a Critter Cartridge and glued them on a skewer stick.
I also made some thank you round labels and cut round circles with the Cricut and attached them to outside of the pot.
I also made a baby wishes tree and cut tags with the Cricut Celebrations Cartridge and attached them to the branches of the tree.
I also made a ribbon for the Mom-to-be and Dad-to be as well as ribbons for all of the guests to wear with animal print ribbon and small animals cut with my Cricut Create a Critter Cartridge.
I also made some simple hanging decorations that I hung all around the tent as well as on the walls. I cut large round circles in the coordinating colors and finished it off with a Cricut Create a Critter Cartridge animal. I attached all off the circles and animal with a sewing machine.
I made a banner to go over the candy/cake table that reads It's a Boy I used the Cricut Birthday Bash Cartridge for the circles as well as the letters, the animals where cut again with the Create a Critter cartridge and the green vines where cut with a Martha Stewart Double Edger Punch Vine Trim.
Here's another view of the banner, the paper I used for the letters is DCWV Safari Kids stack.
Here is a close up of the cupcakes I made, again I used the Create a Critter cartridge to cut the animals then glued them onto a toothpick. The monogram "I" circles I bought at a craft store, I can't remember where.
I made simple cake with fondant a whipped cream as the grass. I also cut a small banner from the Birthday Bash cartridge and used it as the cake topper. I bough the plastic animal cake toppers at a local cake decorating supply shop.
I also made chocolate covered marshmallows and rice krispies treats and placed them all in a basket. I would have loved to display them but I ran out of time.
I printed matching round labels for the candy dishes and added the animal print ribbon.
I also made a movie night gift basket as a raffle prize for anyone who would bring diapers or baby wipes, they would receive a raffle ticket.
I also had all of the games laid out on tables along with printed instructions.
The most popular game was the guessing game.
Hope you enjoyed all my baby shower decorations.