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Sweet Pea Pod Twin Girls Baby Shower


My sister and I put together this baby shower in under 2 weeks, due to a loss of our original venue (a restaurant).  Our Plan B was to use my buildings party room, which is a very bare space, with not the best lighting.  But after a lot of trips to HomeGoods and a lot of late nights DIY-ing, we pulled it off!  Everyone had a great time and it turned out to be a very sweet event to celebrate my big twin bump and baby girls!

Design Inspiration

My inspiration was all about pea pods to celebrate the upcoming arrival of my twin girls.  I focused on all different shades of pink and sweet colors of green.

Decorating Style

Feminine and sweet best describes my style and the style I was hoping to achieve with my shower!  My sister helped me execute it perfectly!

Project Details

Due to our short time frame, we DIY-ed a lot of the aspects of my shower, which was so fun and made sure everything went together perfectly.

Paper Plates Backdrop: Party City

Pom Poms: DIY by Me

Cake Pop Stands: DIY by Me

Glass Vessels: HomeGoods

Tablecloths: TJMaxx

"Twins" Blocks: Babies R Us

Cookies: The Baked Equation on Etsy

Sweet Pea Cake Pops: DIY by Me

Pea Pod Macaroons: DIY by Me

Banner: A Sweet Celebration on Etsy

All Paper Items, Food and Favor Tags: DIY by Me

Headband Station Supplies: Multiple Vendors on Etsy


Favorite Items

I loved the giant posters of our maternity shoot we printed from Walgreens!  They added a really nice personalized touch to my buildings bare party room.


Do something unique and fun that your guests will remember!  Everyone loved making the baby headbands for the girls and its so fun to look at who made what after the party!

Sherry Ramsey

Thursday 30th of August 2018

OH MY GOODNESS!!! This caught my eye immediately and I am SO DOING THIS for my niece who is having twin girls the end of Nov. I'm trying to find a tablecloth like the one you used but so far no luck! I'm making the banner myself and going to give the backdrop a go too!! Love how you mixed "cute" with "classy" for the theme!! I love it all! GREAT JOB!


Tuesday 6th of May 2014

How did you connect all of the plates and keep them all straight?