This precious RUSTIC LACE BABY SHOWER was submitted by Anna Hogbin of Mama Bear’s Kitchen
Isnt this party just breathtaking?! The beautiful lace compliments the rustic elements so well and I absolutely adore the darling cookies and fabulous banners and bunting! This party is just too sweet and has so many ideas that could be perfect for a baby shower, birthday party, or wedding event!
My favorite Rustic Lace party ideas and elements from this sweet celebration are:
- The darling labels and tags placed in vintage DIY salt and pepper shaker card holders
- The adorable lace iced sugar cookies
- The beautiful lace curtain backdrop
- The darling vintage baby print banner
- The cute chocolate and nut cake balls with twig sticks
- The cute brown favor boxes adorned with lace ribbon and vintage baby sketches
- The fabulous wooden pallets stacked on top of the burlap table cover
- The plain white cupcakes with cute cupcake toppers
- and MORE!
Rustic Lace Baby Shower Details:This is what Anna said about planning/styling for the party-
“I created this Rustic Lace baby shower with an intentional use of raw, rugged elements and a focus on diversity of textures rather than on colour. The use of oversized hessian table coverings and timber palette table tops contrasted with the generous lace curtain backdrops, doily embroidery hoops and the use of pretty fine china and vintage glassware used to soften the display.
A lot of time and thought was given to the details of the dessert table. From the rustic Peanut butter Tim Tam Pops with wooden twigs, to the individual Nutella cheesecake mousse pots and white on white vanilla sugar cookies, I ensured that even the food matched my theme and added to the overall impact of the shower. A small lolly buffet in neutral colours also added to the table.
Guests were spoilt with individual tea favour bags and hand decorated cupcake boxes to take home. The lovely custom made ‘Baby is brewing’ calico bags came from the Greenacres Cottage shop on Etsy.
I collected vintage salt and pepper shakers to use as food tag holders. By wrapping thin wire into circles around the tops I was able to insert my hand stamped food tags, which added to the homemade elements of the shower.
Every aspect of this baby shower was a delight to create. I Enjoyed the challenge of limiting the use of colour and designing a gender neutral baby shower which still had a focus on baby, but wasn’t too babyish. The elements I used could easily be adapted to suit a boy or girl themed shower”.