Planning this baby shower was so fun!
This is the first time that I have had a really close friend have a baby.
I wanted to make this day extra special for her because she is such a dear friend and I am so excited for her.
I knew I wanted the flowers to be yellow and was determined to find sunflowers!
I also wanted to have a lot of mercury glass, burlap, moss, and sparkle!
I made the banner on my cricut.
I didn't put any words on the banner for multiple reasons: I wanted it to be simple and we still don't know the baby name!
Her nursery colors are grey and yellow with black furniture.
I incorporated green in the banner and the flowers.
My dad made a lot of these wood frames for the shower.
I found the finials at Lowe's and painted them all different colors.
For this one I added some ribbon left over from the invitations.
This flower arrangement was in the center of the coffee table.
It was meant to look like a nest.
Moss was around the flowers.
There were some fabric scraps and eggs mixed in with the flowers and a few feathers!
I had Kristen bring pictures of her and Marc!
I mixed in some lamb's ear and lavender from my yard.
The brown feather balls were from Hobby Lobby and were fun mixed in with the live flowers.
These frames were in the entry way.
My mom made two of these runners for the shower to mix in with the theme.
The original plan was to have the bird hanging on the front door to greet people.
I ended up liking him so much that I wanted him in the dining room where it would be seen more!
My dad drilled a hole in it and hung it up with ribbon on the mirror.
Sweet friends filling out the game! We matched pregnancy words with candy names.
Milo made a new friend at the shower.
More pictures of the parents-to-be.
There were sunflowers everywhere!
I had so much fun making this wreath for the mantle.
Everything came from JoAnn and was very easy to put together.
I wish my house was always filled with fresh flowers!