Love makes good things grow baby shower theme

DIY baby shower decorations: love makes good things grow baby shower theme

Make a splash with an adorable baby shower that will have the parents-to-be, and guests, thunderously applauding your efforts. Get our free printables to create your own backdrop, party picks, treat bags and banners for this unique baby shower theme “Love Makes Good Things Grow.”

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Fluffy clouds & raindrop streamers

All you need to make the perfect rain clouds for your Love Makes Good Things Grow baby shower is poster board, paper or card stock, our printable cloud and raindrop templates and a few other craft supplies. You can make these happy little rain clouds for your baby shower in a splash, er, flash!

Rainbow cake topper

Top your baby shower cake with this little rainbow. Print the template onto card stock or paper, cut it out and fold it in half. Then slip two bamboo skewers between the layers and glue layers together.

Party picks & straw decorations

Weather any storm with these adorable picks you can add to the treat table. Print our templates onto card stock or paper and cut out. Tape or glue the flags and cloud shapes to bamboo skewers (they’re larger and longer than toothpicks), and tape the umbrella shapes to straws. All done!

Cloud cookies with raindrop treat tags

You can’t have a shower without raindrops! Send your guests home with fond memories of the baby shower and some treats decorated with our raindrop treat tags. Our adorable cloud cookies make great guest take-aways. Tie them up in cellophane bags with some twine and our raindrop tags that say “Thanks for dropping by.”

Love makes good things grow banner & bunting

Dress up your treat table with this printable banner and bunting. Just print out the banner templates and cut out the signs. Add a bit of color with our pattern templates you can use to cut into fun shapes. (We used a 2-inch circle punch available at craft stores to make it super easy). Tape or glue the signs and shapes to some baker’s twine, or use a small hole punch to thread the paper onto the twine. Then hang the banners and bunting from your table.

  • Credits:
  • Additional contributions from Tom Wallen and Nicole Cawlfield.

Amber Goodvin is a lettering artist at Hallmark where she loves getting to make words and pictures all day. She lives with two pugs, a husband and son. She is addicted to sparkling water, coffee and shiny new pens.