Twinkle little star baby shower ideas are a great choice for a party theme, and also for a fun gender reveal.
So, marvel at this chic & tender baby shower idea styled by Taleen and her team from Simple Little Details.
Perhaps it was just pure talent for creating beauty from nothing but a blank canvas, or maybe it was because this was an especially meaningful baby shower as it was for Taleen’s sister-in-law.
Whatever the inspiration, you’ll fall in love with the details.
Twinkle Little Star Baby Shower Idea – Party Details From Taleen and Her Team
Invitations – The invitations were custom made with layers of gold glitter and ice blue card stock. I used a star punch for the embellishment in the middle and wrapped gold and white twine around the invitation.
Place Card Table – As guests arrived they were greeted by the place card table that had a sign that said “twinkle twinkle little star, do you know how loved you are?”. I wanted the place cards to look like shooting stars so I printed the names on ice blue card stock and attached a gold glitter star to the end. They were placed on sticks and sat upright on a wooden stand.
Dining Tables – the dining tables were covered in an ice blue linen and paired with gold chivari chairs. The centerpieces were a mix of hydrangeas, stock, roses, and ranunculus held in a gold mercury glass pedestal. I made gold stars attached to white wire and stuck them in the centerpieces to continue the star theme. For the place settings I found a unique gold star ribbon that I wrapped around the napkin to give it a nice touch. The napkin also held a “wishes for baby” card and a customized gold pencil that said “twinkle twinkle little star”
Mommy’s Chair – to make the mommy-to-be feel extra special I hung a cute sign on the back of her chair that had hanging gold and blue stars at the bottom
Straws – As guests arrived we served them lemonade with star paper straws. I attached a glitter star cutout to the top for an extra detail
Activity Table – as an activity we had onesies for the guests to decorate with puff paint.
Dessert Table – The dessert table was a huge hit. We had a blue draped backdrop with gold foil balloon stars going across diagonally. When I purchased the balloons they were too gold so I softened them a bit by spray painting them with a softer gold color. The table was covered in a champagne sequins linen and all the desserts were presented on white platters to keep the table looking nice and clean. The cake was a ombre ruffled cake with a glittery cake topper that said “twinkle twinkle”. All the cupcakes were held by a gold glitter wrapper and a star topper. There was a traditional pudding that was served in mini cups with wooden straws that were embelished with gold chevron and “twinkle twinkle” stickers.
Event Design & Invitations: Simple Little Details
Chivari Chairs: Lush Event Rentals
Linens: La Tavola
Cake: Three Little Cakes
Bundtinis: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Flowers: PK Art & Floral
Photography: Becca Martin of Heartbeats Photography
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