This colorful baby shower menu is the perfect combination of DIY and store-bought. Think premade quiche crusts with a made-from-scratch filling and homemade granola atop yogurt and fresh fruit. Get the details at What's Gaby Cooking.
I adore theme parties for two main reasons, because they're creative and, as the hostess, they help me narrow down the food options. This storybook-theme party and menu are as adorable as they are delicious, plus the parents-to-be can start their baby book collection on the right foot. After all, every nursery deserves a copy of Green Eggs and Ham. Get the party details at Kate Aspen, with images captured by Alyssa Renee Photography.
This beautiful outdoor shower pulls in style elements from the nursery and boasts a beautiful garden party spread. Including a lemon chicken salad, mint tea, and simple culinary details to make it special, the picnic concludes with the prettiest pink cake. Get the details at Love & Zest.
In lieu of a baby shower before baby arrives, you may want to gather after the baby is born -- a chance to pamper mom and meet her bundle of joy in an intimate celebration. The satisfying brunch menu at this sip and see looks filling but lovely at the same time. I am definitely serving the mini milk shots with doughnut holes at my next party. Get the details at Celebrations at Home.
This pretty pink baby shower has the most darling blush-hued desserts to match. If you ask me, though, this sweet spread would look just as tantalizing in a baby blue. Get the details at Better Homes & Gardens.
Between the color scheme, ticket details, and circus peanut candy, this over-the-(big)-top theme party looks like great fun. There's even a bubble-filled ducky punch! Get the details at The Mom Creative.
Macarons, madeleines, and canneles, mon Dieu! This baby shower spread is perfect for the Paris-loving mom-to-be, or for anyone who appreciates a good pastry. Get the details at Katie Rebecca Events.