Tuesday, January 18, 2011

All Pigs Are Beautiful Baby Shower


All Pigs Are Beautiful Baby Shower

There are little pigs and big pigs,
pigs with long snouts and pigs with short snouts,
pigs with ears that stand up and pigs with ears that flop down.
But all pigs are beautiful.

-All Pigs are Beautiful book by Dick King-Smith



Dessert Table


{No Sew} Onsie Bunting

Lunch menu



Party Cracker Favors
Animal stamps hidden inside the party crackers
Mason jar candles wrapped with fabric
Paper straws and mason jar glasses

Homemade Apple Pie






Personalized place mats for the children's table
Coloring page from Twisty Noodle

Fair prize ribbon cupcake toppers 
and Two Sugar Babies cupcake toppers

 Cake Pops by Terri's Treasures
This weekend I had the pleasure of throwing a baby shower for my future nephew! We traveled 10 hours to get there the day after New England got hit with 24 inches of snow! Luckily the roads were plowed and ready for us and we made it there safely. The shower was so much fun.
Highlights of the shower:
  • We asked guests to bring a book for the parents-to-be rather than a card. We included a matching bookplate in the invitation for guests to sign and place inside their book.
  • Cake pops from Terri's Treasures were a huge hit!
  • Favors were pig shaped gingerbread cookies tied with twine and matching thank you tag.
  • A family of metal pig silhouettes greeted guests outside as they arrived (forgot to take a picture!)
  • Food included soups, salad, chicken salad, croissants, and homemade country fair bread.
  • We set up a children's table with personalized place mats and poppers. Inside the popper party favors were farm animal stamps to take home.
  • Mason jar drinking glasses and paper straws
  • Mason jars wrapped with fabric used as candle holders
  • Onesie bunting hanging in front of the gift opening area
  • homemade apple pie
  • twine fabric garlands
Special Thanks to the following people:
Invitations and party graphics by Social Butterfly
Cake Pops by Terri's Treasures
Cupcake toppers by Two Sugar Babies
Farm Animal Stamps from Oriental Trading
Fabric from JoAnns
Piggy Banks: Dollar Store
All baked goods: Grandma Jan

The Blackberry Vine


















11 comments:

  1. This came out SO darling.
    I'm so glad you shared this with me!! LOVE it.
    Love the mini loafs and the fabric tied mason jars.
    SO cute!!!
    May I post it on FB or on my blog?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Great ideas! I'm new at this blogging thing too. Found you through "love stitched"
    I'm a new follower. Hope you'll stop by my blog.

    www.callmeblessed31.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. This is adorable! I especially love the blue ribbon cupcake toppers. So original!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Really cute! Love all of the county-fair type details!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Congrats your in the top 10 at Today's Top 20! Get your friends to cast a vote! :)

    Amanda
    www.todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  6. It's so cute! Especially the mini pumpkin loaves...hehehe! :D And the stamps in the crackers - how cute is that!

    ReplyDelete
  7. This is an adorable party! So clever! Your party crackers are so cute, too! Thank you so much for linking to the Pretty Packages Party!
    Smiles!
    Jami

    ReplyDelete
  8. Very clever! Different from the usual stuff. Great job.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Very cute party - love the onesi bunting!

    ReplyDelete
  10. SOOO cute! love the mason jars with the fabric!!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Sooo cute and different!! I LOVE the jute wrapped cake stand and the party crackers are adorable. And the pie... the bunting on the onesies... I could go on and on. Great job!!
    xo,
    Laurie :)

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
 
Blogging tips