Looking for a party to cure your winter blues? If so, this Holiday Boho Baby Shower is the party for you!
Styled by Roxanne
McClure of Roxanne McClure Photography, out of Belmont, CA, USA; this delicious event is packed full of precious details to set you free!
Some of which, include:
- Baby it’s cold outside party invite
- Bohoho floral crowns
- Watercolor elephant and balloon backdrop
- Twinkle Twinkle donut wall
- Mama & Papa Bear place settings
- Pinecone, succulent and sprig bunting
- And more!
Holiday Boho Baby Shower
Holiday Boho Baby Shower Details:
This is what Roxanne shared about the party-
“I was honored to be able to put together a baby shower for one of my dearest friends. Becoming pregnant didnt come easy for Alex and Jodi so this celebration was extra special. The holiday season is my favorite time of year; It’s a time for friends, family, joy and love. It doesnt get much better than welcoming a sweet little soul during this magical time!
The shower was held at my home on 12/17/2017 where we were able to host 45 people and still make it feel warm and cozy. I used a palette of various shades of green, burgundy, frosted white and a touch of gold to set the mood. Everything for the shower was DIY; the farm table we sat at, the chairs, hutch, balloon hangings, floral arrangements, and the donut wall. Woodworking, crafting and creating unique pieces have always excited me. I usually come up with the idea and my husband assists me in bringing it to life.
Food and decor:
When I heard the organic mom-to-be had been craving donuts her whole pregnancy, building a wall of them was a must. All you need is wood, dowels, a drill and some spray paint. I dipped the donuts in white chocolate and then decorated them in some of her favorite cereals like Cinnamon Toast Crunch. The dessert bar was also filled with homemade snowflake crisps and mini red velvet bunt cakes to satisfy every kind of sweet tooth. There was a boho vibe throughout the shower so the evening before I made all the girls floral crowns.
I used greens, babies breath, and smaller blooms with burlap covered wire, a hot glue gun and white silk ribbons. The party had endless beverage choices: there was an espresso bar, a hot coco station, a whiskey bar for the boys, mommy mocktails, wine, and my favorite a “let it snow” Prosecco station. Strawberry and elderflower cotton candy were used to add an element of fun to the Prosecco. Mason jars were the beverage holder of choice and these were placed in the outdoor hutch. I found the hutch at a thrift store and was able to refinish it and create a bar out of it.
Most of the signage was water color by Kristina Cho (@heykcho on Instagram). She is a talented artist located in San Francisco. I also asked her to create a dreamcatcher for the guest book, where people left signed fingerprints like feathers.
Jodi is glowing from head to toe and her little one is already so loved. The whole undertaking was a lot of fun for me and I hope you enjoy the gallery attached below.”
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