DIY baby shower

This past weekend I hosted a baby shower
for one of my best friends.
She's due in April and I'm seriously so excited.
I was the first friend to get married
and this will be the first friend to have a baby.
Here's a few pictures from the day.
I kept the cost of the shower at almost $100
by using things I already had lying around my apartment.
 There were also some DIY's, thrifting purchases, and dollar store finds
  to help with the budget!
[enlarge the pictures to get a better idea of the details]


The "table cloth" is just a piece of fabric
I purchased for $5 at a fabric store.


I wrapped hemp around the top of each mason jar, 
some I found at a thrift store and
then I purchased a 15 pack at our local grocery store for $12..
simple and my new favorite vases!



I made this banner with a Cricut, the best investment you'll ever make
if you enjoy crafting and scrapbooking! I used paper that I already had
and the hemp I've had for years. Total cost of banner: $0


Extra decor around the house and colorful food.
gumballs were from the dollar tree, pitcher from the thrift store, $2 I think
and baby blocks were $12 for a HUGE bag full that I can use
for future maternity photo shoots!



 I used a TV tray as a small table for one of the games.
The pen holder is just an old yankee candle that I rinsed out,
works perfect as a vase too!


Well I hope I gave some of you fun ideas for future parties
or just decor around the house. I have a lot of this stuff up in my
house still because it's all so cute and great for springtime!



11 comments:

  1. oh my gosh you need to style events! this is amazing and I want a Cricut so bad!!

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  2. So beautiful and fun!!! I love the blocks and gumballs (:

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  3. Great ideas! I love the idea of using blocks for shower decor. SO cute!! Way to keep the cost down!

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  4. I LOVE your blog! Thanks for the sweet comment. I am now your new follower! Yay!! xx

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  5. you did a beautiful job--those are awesome ideas. love the details:)

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  6. dang girl, look how creative you are!

    i'm thinking you should get involved in party planning or something of the sorts, because everything looked soooo darling. <3

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  7. What an adorable baby shower!!! My sister is having her first baby at the end of the summer and this has given me some great ideas!

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  8. Super cute and what fun ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. You did such a great job! and I love even more that it was done on a low budget :)

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  10. So pretty! ah, you're so creative :)

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