Baby Shower Party ThemesSometimes themes are chosen for the baby shower. Having a baby shower theme brings the party more into focus. But at the same time, I found it can be more expensive too. And what about babyshower themes for coed? You have to fix it so the guys don't feel out of place.
I think it would be easier having a coed theme if you know the baby is going to be a boy. Read more
Back in the old days, everything was just pink or blue, or if you didn't know what the baby was going to be, then everything was yellow and green. I didn't know anything about themes, but I guess it is suppose to be easier to plan with a theme. (I don't know how they figure that though.)
We could have had a "pink" party since my daughter is having a girl, and we would have found everything at the Dollar Store. But, no, she wanted a Winnie the Pooh theme. So we had a limit on our decoration searches to just Winnie the Pooh. After awhile, we saw that there isn't that much stuff for Winnie the Pooh unless you want to spend a fortune on a Baby Shower.
Baby Shower Theme Ideas
If you prefer to use a theme, there are many possibilities. The best themes are usually the simplest. One approach is to just plan around the usual symbols for a baby, such as diapers, storks, pink and blue, teddy bears, cradles, trees, etc. It's not neccessary to spend lots of money on invitations, or decorations. The cleverest themes are ones you make up yourself.
- Winnie the Pooh
- Baby Mickey or Minnie Mouse - baby mickey babyshower
- Baby Donald Duck
- Care Bear
- Baby Block
- My Little Pon
- Sesame Stree
- Teddy bear
- Toy train
- Holiday themes
- Seasonal Theme
See more ideas on the babyshower invitation page.
Okay, so now her baby shower is based on a "Winnie the Pooh" theme. She also wants to have a "Jack and Jill" baby shower, which means both men and women get invited, a coed babyshower. Wow, am I old fashioned or what?