A Modern Owl Baby Shower Theme

modern owl themed baby shower

Owl themes have been popular for a couple of years now in everything from Halloween to bridal showers. One of my latest projects for Celebrations.com was to create ideas for a Modern Owl Baby Shower inspired by the owl invitation from Pear Tree Greetings. I loved putting this party together using the invitation’s color scheme and a clean modern design {so many of my designs are driven by rustic/shabby chic/vintage concepts}.

I posted the links to this article last month, but today I wanted to share a few more photos with you….

The owl invitations are so cute that I used them in the decor on both the luncheon table and the dessert table.   Other owl details are added in food and display ideas using our orange & green color palette.  A new twist is given to traditional “baby shower punch” and “mom & baby” owl cupcakes are served.  Get these and all the ‘how to’s’ in my article here.  See shopping resources below.

If you like this design please PIN for inspiration!  Have a great day!

Shopping Resources:  Owl Candy Molds  /   Embossed Owl Paper Punch  /   Muslin Drawstring Bags 3×4  Muslin Drawstring Bags 4×6

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About Chris

Chris Nease is a party stylist and home entertaining expert with over 15 years of experience. In addition to her work as founding editor of Celebrations At Home, Chris is an editorial stylist and contributor to Homes.com, Marie Callender's, and SheKnows. Most recently her work has been published in Woman's World, Yum Food & Fun for Kids, and Cottages & Bungalows.

Comments

  1. I love this creative baby shower and it’s fresh color scheme! Where did you find the adorable clipboards for the games? Everything came out so cute!

    • Thanks Valerie. I got the mini clipboards for $1 each either at Target or Michael’s dollar aisle. I see them a lot off and on at those places.

  2. Gorgeous! I love the colors. Classy as usual my friend.

  3. Just love this, Chris! Love the tablecloth and placemat used as runners, love the asymmetrical dessert table. Especially love that it’s not over the top but looks fab!!

    • Thanks so much Jennifer. The “runner” is actually just a cut of fabric – even easier! ; D

  4. Such a cute theme and I love the colors you used. I’ve had these amazing owl couple from Michael’s and I’ve been saving them for something special, I love your inspiration!

  5. I accidentally discovered this site and I have to say is amazing. Above all it is very inspiring. My congratulations. Now it is among my bookmarks.

    =)

    LV

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  6. Beatriz says:

    Chris. Very delicate and beautiful. Love your use of fabric. Congratulations.

  7. Kristi Charbonneau says:

    These ideas are great! How did you do the owl punch stir sticks? Is the punch just sherbet and champagne?

    • Kristi, I used the owl paper punch (linked at the bottom of the post) and attached to plastic stir sticks with double sided tape.
      The punch is simply sherbet + champagne OR ginger ale.

  8. I just discovered your website and just love all of your design details. Very classy. For this owl theme, can you tell me where you found those adorable ceramic owls? I’m doing a woodland theme baby shower and would love to find something like these adorable owls! And what was your menu? Thank you.

  9. Very cute…I like the way you did the napkins with the long ribbon coming down off the plate. I still love the owl theme….

  10. Good Baby Shower Theme

  11. Felien Torres lyn says:

    Love it Chris!

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