A Whole Llama Love Baby Shower

Baby showers are one of my favorite events to design.  A baby shower is still about mom before it’s all about the baby.  Once the baby arrives, they’re the focus as they should be!  I had so much fun designing this llama baby shower for Ro and her daughter, Monica.  We explored a boho chic, balloon-o-rama and succulents llama theme ultimately settling on balloons as you can tell!

Llama Baby Shower sweets table with balloon backdrop

The llama baby shower color palette was a light blue, mint green and white.  I added pops of black to tie in the black chairs at the venue.  Also, when you typically think of balloon runners, you think of rectangular tables.  However, I created a beautiful zig-zag pattern with balloon runners that I created with Chrissy B CreativeI’ve created balloon runners on my own before, but working with Chrissy B Creative is always so much easier!

llama baby shower balloon table runner centerpieces

I love circular tables because they foster great conversation among guests.  I found it to be particularly important here because we did not assign seats.  Usually, I love to have a place card at everyone’s seat.  However, with a baby shower of over 60 people, it was necessary.  My two favorite guests in appearance were mom-to-be’s 90-year-old grandparents.  How sweet is that?!

90-year-old-grandparents

I sprinkled intricate details throughout the shower, but some of my favorites were the plates from Harlow & Grey and the menus I personally created using supplies from Paper Source.

Llama Baby shower table setting with Paper Source Menus harlow and grey

Of course, I had champagne labels, too!  If you know me, you know champagne labels are my favorite decor item to mix in.  I used them on all wine and champagne bottles as well as the favor boxes.

Llama baby shower with customized wine labels from Etsy and llama cookies

With such a decadent sweets table, grandma-to-be and I opted for sweets takeaway boxes as the favor so guests could create a box to go.  Sweets tables are so pretty, but if not used appropriately, the food could go to waste.  By making the sweets a favor, we utilized the sweets as a treat AND a favor!

Llama baby shower with sweets takeaway box

All in all, this llama baby shower was one of my favorites!!  The sweets table, decor and place settings were too charming.  It was such a pleasure to work with the below vendors to pull this event together.  I hope you love the gallery of images, and if you have an event coming up, please let me know!

Planning & styling | Girl Meets Party

Plates, cups & napkins | Harlow & Grey

Wine labels & favor box labels | LabelsbyLindseyAnne

Balloon runners & sweets table backdrop | Chrissy B Creative

Large balloons | Paris 312

Llama cake topper | Heartfelt Handmade

Llama cupcake toppers | Leia Party

Cake & cookies | Sweet Mandy Bs

Floral | Jewel Osco – Debi Lilly Collection

Photography | Wonder and Awe Photography

 

 

Meet Jen

I’ve always had a love affair with creation. Since I was a child, I handmade my gifts or combined toys to design something new. Fast forward twenty years, and I’m still making my gifts every holiday and designing new ways to do things.

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In order to grow my small business, I earn revenue in a few different ways. I publish sponsored posts from time to time, which are always labeled. Sometimes I earn an affiliate commission on the sales of products or business resources I link to. I only feature items I genuinely love and want to share. Thank you for reading and supporting my small business!

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