Baby Shower

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Baby Shower It's a Girl!

Design Inspiration

I wanted a lot of color and not your typical baby shower duckies ect.

Decorating Style


Project Details

I got several ideas from this site and and incorporated them into one

Favorite Items

The centerpieces


Research how to make things yourself for instance the tissue paper pom poms


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    Those poms above the doorway is a nice touch, a colorful welcome to say the least!  And those cute dresses turned into a wonderful bunting… I should copy that!!!  VERY LOVELY! But the one thing that I really loved here is the baby pics wall.  So simple, yet so heartwarming!

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    How were you able to use tissue flowers with water in the vases? Also, Did you hot glue the ribbon around the taller vase? I love this idea!!

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    The tissue flowers just sat on top of the vase o they didn’t touch the water……..Ya I just glued the ribbon to the vase i just put one drop of glue at each end  and wrapped it around. :) Hope that helps.

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    Actually on the tall vase I didn’t use ribbon I used scrap book paper. Glued it the same way.

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    Actually on the tall vase I didn’t use ribbon I used scrap book paper. Glued it the same way.

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    I”m still having trouble understanding how the tissue flowers sat on top with out falling in. Were they more like pom-poms? How many exactly were on top of each vase?

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    When you make the pom poms dont make them into a full ball just fluff them all to one side not into a circle if that makes sense?? So the pom pom should have a flat side, that is what sits on top of the vase and keeps it  from falling in. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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