Around the World Themed Baby Shower by Sweet Pop StudioBy Littlebigcompany1
As told by Lisa:
"A client hired me to help with a baby shower for her friend. While thinking of themes she suggested an around the world theme since the new mom had just taken a trip around the world with her husband. I didn't want to go with the traditional colors of the flags across the world, instead I decided on a vintage like travel theme and added soft blue and small details to bring in the element of baby.
The focus table was the food and dessert table. I chose a round table to represent around the world. I used beautiful maps from The Paper Source, vintage like suitcases and trunk from Home Goods and Hobby Lobby.
I added a globe that I had at home and bought sweet baby toys to add to the table. I chose foods from around the world. The folding food labels stated the food and the origin where they originally came from. The globe cakepops were made by GO Custom Cakes by B
I put the vegetable crudites in baby food jars for that added baby touch. My favorite were the assorted European cookies in small craft bags wrapped in baby blue ribbon and an animal circle tag. The drink bar was filled with drinks from America, Spain & Mexico.
To identify your drink I made paper drink tags with cheers in languages from around the globe. The only flowers were beautiful, vibrant blue hydrangea. I saw a fabulous idea on Pinterest and knew I had to replicate it. The Wishes for Baby was a sweet fill in message card for the baby's memory book. The favors were small succulents wrapped in craft paper and tied with raffia and ribbon and placed on an old and weathered garden bench"
design, printables and photography- Sweet Pop Studio animal illustrations-Black Leaf Designcake pops- GO Custom Cakes by B trunk, suitcases- Hobby Lobby & Home Goods
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