Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Moustache and Bowtie baby shower

This weekend I hosted a baby shower at our house for our sweet friends about to welcome a baby boy. I found the cute invitation on Etsy and it helped guide the theme of the shower. I'm in love with all things moustache these days, as is everyone else, as well as bowties...I just can't get enough. It was a nice, fun shower and I was so excited about how everything turned out.


























Momma to be with our gift

Momma to be and hostesses

Invitation: Paperclever on Etsy
Cake: made by me and a sweet friend (bowtie made with this fondant) (tutorial here)
Moustache chocolate mold: Amazon
Moustache straw toppers: (I used mine on the forks for a cute touch) Hobby Lobby
Moustache food labels: Hobby Lobby
Moustache stickers: Hobby Lobby
Mason Jars: Amazon
Napkins: (DIY bowties): Mara Mia at Target
Dessert napkins: Target
White serving plates :(my go to shower plates) Ikea 
Stripe straws: (great bulk price) Amazon
Diaper bag: Babies R Us
Momma and lil miss dresses: Target
Zigzag fabric: Hobby Lobby
Backdrop stand: (love this thing, use it all the time and friends borrow it a lot) Amazon
Bowtie bunting: DIY using cloth diapers



9 comments:

  1. Everything looks cute!!! Love the new blog layout too!!!

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  2. you throw the best showers! it was totally worth all of the hard work!

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  3. Wish I could have been there to celebrate with you all! Everything looks so cute!

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  4. Hi,

    I'm doing a round-up of Bow Tie Baby Shower ideas on Disney Baby and wondered if I could include yours. I'd use 1-2 photos with credit and link back to your post.

    Would that be okay?

    Thanks!
    Janssen
    everyday-reading.com

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    1. Yes absolutely! Let me know if I can do anything for you.

      Thanks

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  5. There to celebrate with you all! Everything looks so cute!
    video for kids

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  6. Would you be willing to share how you made the bow ties on the mason jars.
    Thanks!

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    1. Yes I'll try my best to explain without pictures. If you need pictures let me know. I first wrapped a ribbon around the jar. Then for the bow I made a loop and glued together. Then I folded a piece of ribbon in

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    2. Half, pinched the center and glued. Then I just hot glued the bow tie to the jar ribbon, hope that helps and makes sense. Let me know if I can help with anything else!

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