10 Lovely girl baby shower themes

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Baby showers are an awesome way to celebrate a new baby’s impending birth. Whether you are hosting a baby shower for a friend or a family member, you want to create a baby shower theme that really sets your shower apart from the rest. Already know the baby’s gender — is it a girl? We’ve got great ideas for a baby girl shower theme that will leave everyone tickled pink. Check out these 10 lovely girl baby shower themes, and be prepared to go Pinterest crazy.

Old World Glam — Personally, this is my favorite out of all the themes I scoured. A little vintage, a little glam, a little romance. Think sequins, lace and sparkle — a girl’s dream come true. From the invitations, to the decor, to the food, this is one party that will be as much fun to plan as it is to attend.

Enchanted Garden — I adore the aqua/pink/yellow color combination used in this shower, although you could use whatever colors you wanted. And the branches in a vase make a simple but breathtaking arrangement. Mini cupcakes with butterflies or fairies and tiny finger sandwiches would be fitting.

Shabby Chic Tea Party — An oldie, but goodie. Most moms-to-be would adore a girly tea party, but take it one step further with droolworthy vintage touches like lovely floral tea cups, vintage-patterned fabrics, lots of wheathered-white everything, and teeny-tiny little bows. Swoon.

Olivia the Pig — If you know the mom-to-be plans on naming her little princess Olivia, or just want a non-traditional shower theme, think pig. Olivia the Pig. The sassy and imaginative title character of the long-running children’s book series makes for an outside-the-box character to base a baby shower around. It also makes gift-giving easy since there are a plethora of Olivia the Pig books out there.

A Little Birdie Told Me… — How sweet is this bird-themed shower? I love the idea of using vintage birdcages as decoration, and could even imagine one filled with notes that all the guests write with advice for the mom-to-be. They can even be re-purposed as decor in the nursery afterwards! And all those adorable bird-themed sweets? Too. Cute.

Parisian Chic — Black, pink and white — just the right touch of Parisian glamour. Painted pink mirrors add a super cute boudoir-like touch, and those adorable Eiffel Tower cupcakes look too chic to eat. Ooh la la indeed.

Bumblebee Cuteness — So over all the super-girly pink showers? Go happy and go yellow with this totally adorable bumblebee shower. Bright sunflowers, lemonade, pom-poms and those paper straws that everyone goes gaga for are just a few of the touches you can add to really make this shower pop.

Alice in Wonderland — If the guest of honor is more of a modern/whimsical person, eschew the traditional ladies’ tea party in favor of a wildly inventive Alice in Wonderland version. Precariously stacked tea cups filled with flowers, and a bold, modern color palette really make this a shower one won’t soon forget.

Pretty in Pink — Pink doesn’t have to mean cheesy. This oh-so-pretty pink themed shower (LOVE the parasols hanging from the ceiling!) utilizes various shades of pink from blush to rose to create a gorgeous and easy on the eyes palette.

Pink Circus — Circus themes are popular, and for good reason. They can be reinvented in a variety of ways, and you get to use bunting. That’s right, everybody loves a good bunting. Whether it’s a mini paper bunting to encircle the cake stand, or a lovingly handmade fabric bunting to be hung in the nursery later, they are universally loved. For a baby girl, a circus shower done in hues of neutrals and pinks adds an especially feminine touch. And don’t forget that pink lemonade!

Which baby shower theme is your favorite?

Meet the Author | Esther Carlstone

Esther is the mother to a silly 20-month old daughter who hates wearing clothes. Born and raised in Southern California, she attended UCLA where she received her Bachelors Degree in English and continues to live and love Los Angeles many years after. After a decade-long stint as an event planner, she is now a writer/editor for various websites and blogs about all thing lovely at her site, A Lovely State of Mind. She's hates trolling through unorganized sales racks and is obsessed with fashion, food, travel, pop culture, Instagramming, good design, and too many TV shows to count. Oh, and coffee totally counts as a food group (the main one if you have a kid.) You can find Esther on her blog, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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