Safari Baby Shower

  • Safari Shower1/19
  • My adorable safari girls! <32/19
  • Safari Cupcakes3/19
  • Wish Tree Tags4/19
  • Safari Party5/19
  • Safari Party6/19
  • Safari Cupcake Topper7/19
  • Safari Banner8/19
  • Safari Dessert Station9/19
  • Safari Sweets Station10/19
  • Safari Cake11/19
  • Safari Invitation12/19
  • Safari Passport13/19
  • Safari Flowers14/19
  • Safari Diaper Cake15/19
  • Safari Party16/19
  • Safari Baby Shower Wish Tree17/19
  • Safari Manzanita Wish Tree18/19
  • Wish Tree Tag19/19

A Project For

Bryson Liam


Arriving November, 2012


San Diego, California


A sweet safari shower in honor of my sister-in-law to celebrate of the upcoming birth of my precious nephew, Baby Bryson Liam!

Design Inspiration

African safari expedition with sophistication and style!

Decorating Style

Simple yet sophisticated, clean and classy!

Project Details

Bamboo Fence Background - The Home Depot / Safari Tablecloth - Pottery Barn Kids / Printables - Etsy ( / African Inspired Decorative Pieces - Homegoods, TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Pier 1 Imports and Cost Plus World Market / Manzanita Branch - Blooms & Branches Website / Safari Animal Cake Toppers - Michaels Craft Store

Favorite Items

I've had a collection of African inspired decorative pieces stored away for years, so I was thrilled to finally be able to put them on display! Absolutely loved how the African poles, tribal masks and safari animal statues came together to create such a stunning "Safari Sweets Station"! I'm also head over heels over the safari print tablecloth which I purchased years ago from Pottery Barn. It brought a sweet, vintage classic look to the dessert table.


  1. 1

    We love the party you designed–congrats on being one of our favorite projects of the week!

  2. 2

    Thanks so much! :)

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