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Simple Baby Shower Themes & Tips

One of the firsts steps into planning a simple baby shower is the theme. Whether you’re the mom-to-be or the planner of the shower, there is a lot to think about.

 

When choosing a theme you must have in mind a couple of things…

 

1. Baby’s Gender: if gender is a surprise then stick to neutral colors.

2. Budget: The themes can get really expensive really fast. Set a budget and try ‘DIYing’ to save some money.

3. Food & Games: these will need to match the theme if you want to keep a theme throughout.

4. Color Scheme: choose 3 to 4 colors to set up a unified theme.

When I did my Baby Shower, I tried to stick to the most inexpensive way to do it. I chose the easiest way to make it pretty and simplistic.

I chose soft pastel pink, white, beige, and a pop of gold here and there.

I picked four colors and one of them was used at my wedding which I still had some of the decorations that were used.

If you can reuse and repurpose some decor you have used in the past then do so, it will save money!

So here are some of the most simple themes and my ideas about color schemes and games that can match the theme.

Baby Shower Themes

 

Baby Shower Themes For Girls

 

Flowers ( Wild / Garden )

Color Scheme: Green, Yellow, Red, Pink, and Orange. Blue and White…

 

Princess

Tiara, Castle, Ball Gown

Color Scheme: It depends on which princess is chosen.

Game: Princess Trivia ( History, Movies, Characters)

 

Ballerina

Color Scheme: Pink, Light Blues, Purples, and Yellows

Game: Dance Skills (best ballet moves), Balance Test (who can balance on one foot the longest)

 

Fairies + Lights

Color Scheme: Pink, Light Blues, and Yellows + Glitter

 

 

Baby Shower Themes For Boys

 

Fishing

Worms, Fishing Rod, Fish, Fishing Boat

Color Scheme: Blue, Green, Yellow + Brown

 

Sports

Soccer, Baseball, Football, Ice Hockey, Golf

Color Scheme: Matching Sports Chosen + White

Games: Sports Trivia (Players-Wins-Team)

 

Cars & Trucks

Color Scheme: Matching Cars + White

 

 

Gender Neutral Baby Shower Themes

 

Polka Dots

Color Scheme: As preferred.

 

Sunny Day

Sun, Clouds, Sky, Wind

Color Scheme: White, Gray, Orange, and Gold

 

Sea Life

Boats, Whale, Fish

Color Scheme: White, Gray, Silver and Light Blue

Games: Heads Up App: Act It Out/Describe ( sea animal )

 

Emojis

Smiley, Heart Eyes, Fruits, Poop

Color Scheme: White Everything – so the colors of the emoji’s pop!

 

Disney

Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Etc…

Color Scheme: Your Choice

Games: Disney Trivia, Park Names, Voice Imitation Competition

 

Related: Fancy Baby Shower Themes

 

Baby Shower Tips

  • Pick the theme first! It will help put the Baby Shower together seamlessly.
  • Prep everything the night before the party.
  • Check the weather if it will be an outdoor Baby Shower. Make sure to have a backup plan in case it rains.
  • If unsure about what foods to make then make it a ‘potluck’. Have everyone bring something.
  • Do you have a name yet? If you don’t, then have a table where your guest can write down a name suggestion.

That’s all I have in my Baby Shower Tips Arsenal.

 

Thank you so much for reading! If you want to know more about what goes into planning a Baby Shower check out my post about the Basic DIY Guide To A Baby Shower.

 

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(2) Comments

  1. gromozavrrr says:

    The importance of knowing the dynamics of your shower s guests cannot be overstated. The more you know about them, the better your venue and food selection will be.

    1. You’re absolutely correct! It also makes the experience much better, knowing everyone is enjoying themselves and the food.

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