|mock up of cream baby shower invitations I created (not sure why it looks green)|
|Burlap squares were glued on the back of the invites, giving them a little something.|
They turned out perfect!! Sorry that this is the only photo of these, I deleted the actual photo of the invite.
While planning this baby shower, we decided we didn't really want to do the traditional pastel gender neutral store bought themed decorations. We wanted to tie into fall colors, keep it rustic, and make it Jen's "style". We had so much fun planning her shower with the help of Pinterest, it couldn't of gone better! We were bound & determined to keep this party to a minimal cost (compared to other showers we've done). We made things, we borrowed stuff, and used what we already had at home. I provided/made most of the decor, and Ashley made all of the food. Here is a run though of photo's from the shower, I hope you enjoy! Sorry, these are pics from my phone; I didn't have my nice cannon yet.
|Table set up: Wood slice with burlap wrap mason jar adorned with orange rafia|
tree limbs with "advice for the mom to be" cut out onesies
pint mason jars with babys breath
mini pumpkins as guest favors adorned with a "thank you" tag
|gift table: vintage suitcases & vintage train case for the Cards|
Vase with tree limbs, and pumpkins, burlap & lace table runner
|drinks & meat table w/ Baby burlap banner|
|drinks: Tea, Water, and Apple Cider Punch|
This Apple Cider Punch was delish, perfect for a fall shower or fall party!
|Plates, napkins, forks (in mason jars of course), cups, fruit & veggie tray, & pickle rollups|
|Individual potato chip servings in white paper bags, so fun!|
|Cupcakes: Pumpkin cupcakes adorned with a candy pumpkin, and Vanilla Cupcakes|
I used a template to cut out the cupcake liners (sorry, I can't remember exactly what site, but google it and you'll find several)
|Guest Thank You favors: mini pumpkins!|
|the mother to be and all her gifts!|
|the mother to be|
|us with Jen|
|I cut out all of these by hand...omg it took forever!! We used these for advice for Jen|
|baby shower chalkboard!|
|Vintage suitcases topped with a vintage train case for the cards|
Last January 28th, Jen & David had a very healthy baby BOY!!! His name is Walker, and he is the cutest, chubbiest little thing I've ever seen. He weighed in close to a whopping 10lbs, just like his daddy when he was born.
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