Boho Tribal Baby Shower Ideas


An upcoming bundle of joy is the perfect occasion to throw a fabulously themed party. When coming up with that perfect party theme, something versatile and full of fun is a must, so you really can’t go wrong with a Tribal baby shower theme. This motif is a mixture of vivid colors, bright details, and imaginative food and décor that will make your baby shower event unforgettable.







From a teepee replica main event cake to billowy feather garland strung across the venue space, you can really get creative with designs, fabrics, and the overall setup of your party in general. Put together an interactive activity for your guests in which they make their own dreamcatchers; this also doubles as a party favor, as they will take their creations home with them to remember this very special baby shower. Keep the color scheme pastel and light, incorporate aztec patterns and keep the food extra sweet and pretty. Think simple, yet decadent, like cakepops, sugar cookies, and even a divine batch of blackberry lemonade. Twinkling fairy lights, tassel flags, and cute little printouts of babies in big, tribal headdresses are perfect additions to the party theme, while garland of little moccasins takeover the usual baby shower clothespins of onesies. A Tribal theme encompasses the adorable joy of bringing a new baby in the world, while adding its own unique spin.  













Lemon Yellow Baby Shower Decorations and Party Favors


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 Just imagine the relief that you feel drinking an ice cold glass of lemonade on a sweltering hot summer day. Since lemons are bright yellow, this baby shower theme is perfect for the summer time. If you are feeling the winter blues, a lemon themed baby shower might also brighten your mood during the long winter season.  A lemon themed baby shower is the perfect time to break out your favorite lemonade recipe. Don’t be sour; there is a baby shower to plan! Below are a few ideas to get you started.

Lemon Baby Shower Invites





Lemon Banner

Every party needs a welcome banner! This lemon banner will make the perfect addition to your baby shower! The banner is made from 100 lb card stock, which includes a soft yellow watercolor background. Each banner has fifteen inches of twine on each side and more twine can be added if it is needed. Each piece on the banner measure approximately three inches wide by five inches long. The banner can be customized to say anything that you would like.



Cupcake Toppers

These cute lemon themed cupcake toppers will turn your cupcakes in adorable creations. The cupcake toppers are sold in sets of twelve and each topper measures approximately two inches wide. The lemon design is printed on a single layer of premium card stock paper and is attached to a lollipop stick. The back of each topper is a solid color. Coordinating decorations, such as gfit bags, can be orded if desired. 

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Lemon Lip Balm

Treat you guests extra special with this lemon lip balm. This refreshing lip blam is made from fresh lemonbalm leaves and fresh sage leaves infused with sunflower oil. A few drops of cinnamon essential oil is also added to the mixture. Lemonbalm will provide your guests with a refreshing feeling and also provides relief from cold sores or canker sores. This lip balm is made from all natural, safe, and mostly organic ingredients. Since there are no chemical additives in the lip balm, you will want to let you guests know to use up their party favor within six months. Since the lip balm is so refreshing, this shouldn’t be a problem! 

lip balm

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Lemon Fudge

Your guests will enjoy a unique treat of southern style fudge. This old fashioned fudge was inspired by the seller’s grandmother  and is made with only fresh ingredients. The fudge is sold in quanities of one pound and will arrive to your door double wrapped in a slab piece. You will be able to cut the fudge however you like. The fudge is lemon meringue pie flavored, so it makes the perfect addition to a lemon themed baby shower. You can use this fudge for an easy snack tray or package the fudge and give it to your guests as party favors. If you choose to not use all of the fudge for the party, it will keep well in the fridge or the freezer. 

lemon fudge

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Surprise Baby Shower Ideas

When a mother-to-be is about to bring a brand new life into this world, it definitely is cause for a big celebration. And if you can pull it off as a surprise celebration, even better! But with so many ideas and themes on the internet, how on earth do you even know where to begin when planning an unforgettable surprise baby shower? We’ve round up a list of some of the best ways to create an incredible surprise baby shower party that the new mom and all her guests will be talking about for years to come!


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The first thing you should do is talk to the dad-to-be. He may know what dates she is free and be able to make sure she is free on the date you choose. Also he will probably be the one to take her out of the house while you decorate, so be sure to run everything by him. Also, ask him for a list of things that they need for the baby which they have not got yet. This will act as a registry.

Surprise Invitations

A MUST DO with invitations is to clearly state that it is a surprise so that nobody talks to the mom-to-be about it. Also, it is a good idea if you have a group of friends planning the shower, to give everyone specific tasks, who gets the cake, buys the banner, the balloons and so on. This way everyone knows what to do and you are not scrambling the day off. Anything you can get early you should so that the cake and balloons are the only things you have to pick up on the day of the shower. Also you should have an actual check list. All the friends involved in planning come up with a list of things that need to be done and as each task is completed you check it off. This will ensure that nothing can be overlooked or forgotten.

Baby Shower Decorations

The question to ask here is whether or not you want a party theme. While themes can make planning all details of the event easier because it’s centered around one idea, it can also prove to be more challenging instead of just sticking with a general celebration. So, when plotting the perfect look for your baby shower event, you can definitely count on one aesthetic that is a must for décor—pastels. You can add chalkboard into the decor also.

Whether the upcoming bundle of joy is a boy, girl, or twins that are both, a palate of pastel colors is just what every baby shower needs. Pastels are light, whimsical, and offer the true joyous feeling to the event that you’re celebrating in the first place. And you can never have too much pastel, either. Blush tablecloths, mint streamers, and even soft blue lighting all mix and match splendidly well together. Pale yellow streamers, lavender flower centerpieces, and even ombre pastels incorporated into an announcement board or guestbook are all gorgeous foundations for great décor.

Decorations are also all about ambience, too, and setting the tone and mood of the party for the guests. Tiny, twinkling fairy lights all around the venue space add a dose of magic, while billowing ivory sheer curtains and big burlap bows both offer a sweet look. Some basics that you can’t go wrong with? Baby’s Breath florals, miniature baby animal décor, and lots of big balloons! Oh, and one more thing—banners that spell out “SURPRISE” since it is, after all, a total surprise party for the new mom!


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Baby Shower Food

Who doesn’t love a great food spread at a party?! Make your fare stand out with delectable desserts and scrumptious appetizers. No matter what time of day the party is, it’s best to stick with easy to eat food such as fingerfoods. Always be sure to check and see if any guests have food allergies before putting your menu together.

For salty dishes, great options are chips and pretzels with a wide variety of dips, mixed nuts, pot stickers, meatballs, and a charcuterie board full of good cheeses, yummy meats, and delicious veggies. Of course, you can serve up this tasty food in cute dishes and bowls that fall in line with celebrating the baby-to-be.
The sweet table can be just as drool-worthy, too, so make the centerpiece the main event cake. From multi-tiered to sheet design to a cupcake tower, choose a type of cake that best suits the new mom’s personality. (And don’t forget the non-edible diaper cake in there, too! The new parents will definitely be able to use that for their little one!) An adorable cake topper that celebrates the mother or the baby (or both!) is a great idea, as well. Apothecary jars packed full of favorite candies and treats are a must-have, along with brownies, cookies, and cake-pops all served in cutesy baby themed ware. You can even box up gourmet, personalize treats for guests to take home with them.

Depending on the time of year, a hot chocolate or chocolate milk, lemonade station or baby shower punch drinks are also fabulous ideas for beverages. And though the new mom won’t be enjoying libations, it’s always a nice idea to have some wine or champagne on hand for guests to enjoy.


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Baby Shower Favors

You can’t have a great baby shower party without great favors and gifts for guests to take home with them. And just like décor and food, there are so many options out there when it comes to fantastic baby shower favors. Sweet little baby keychains or personalized candles, bath bombs, coasters, or anything for the home are all things that everyone will truly treasure. Special candy such as Jordan almonds make for a unique and fun favor, along with pastel-colored macaroons. Presentation is just as important as the gifts, too, so think to put your favors in packaging such as baby bottles, Chinese box cartons, cute hat boxes, or pretty fabric bags. When putting together favors, you always want to aim for making whatever it is you choose something that is memorable for your guests.

Games and Activities

Now on to the best part of the shower—the games and activities! Everyone loves classic baby shower games such as baby diaper thoughts (late night diapers), baby word scramble, and baby mad lib, so be sure to include those. New games can be brought in as well, so think options like Baby Minute to Win It and Baby Charades. All of these games are super interactive and easy to understand. You can even hand out prizes to the winners. And it’s not just games that are fun for guests—creation stations are a blast, too. Set up areas in which guests and the new mom can get crafty creating artwork for new baby’s room or decorating an infant onesie or beanie. These are keepsakes that the new mommy will love forever. It’s also a fantastic way for guests that maybe don’t know one another can interact and engage.


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The most difficult part of planning a baby shower isn’t in the details, but really in making sure it’s actually kept a surprise! Double and triple check with all the invited guests that they absolutely keep the party hush-hush so that word doesn’t get to mommy-to-be and ruin the surprise. And if you can swing it, have guests all arrive earlier than the guest of honor herself so that a delightful greeting of “SURPRISE!” can be the first thing she hears when she walks in the door.

Peter Rabbit Baby Shower Ideas

The Tales of Peter Rabbit is a classic childhood story that never loses its magic—so what better theme for a baby shower? Nothing captures the sweetness of a new baby quite like little Peter Rabbit; not to mention just how precious the decorations, food, and favors will be! Get your little rabbit invitations hopping out to your guests to start the excitement for this one of a kind event!


A Peter Rabbit baby shower should be full of greenery and floral goodness, so break out the lushest, leafy plants and beautiful buds of wildflowers for the party’s decorations. Centerpieces of white daisies and yellow tulips pair beautifully with large ferns and sprigs of baby’s breath in between. Long twig bunches strung with fairy string lights look gorgeous in entryways and doorways, while dried flowers in metallic or pastel spray painted mason jars smell and look equally sweet. Burlap bows serve as cute chair accents, and of course, you can never have too many decorations of adorable bunnies! Rope of banners that spell out the new baby’s name and lace garlands of baby cartoon bunnies all around the venue space. Post of cute quotes from the Peter Rabbit stories, and have a chalkboard wall up for guests to sign well wishes to the new parents.




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Brunch-type food is the best bet for the baby shower, so think breads like banana or blueberry, granola with yogurt, and options for bagels and spreads. You can even set up a 100% fresh and organic literal produce garden array with ready-to-eat carrots, berries, and greens. A bunny-shaped diaper cake is always a great idea, along with an actual real sheet cake with the image of a scene from the Peter Rabbit story. Cakepops in the shape of little bunny heads and cotton candy posed as “bunny tails” are fabulous additions to the dessert set up. And whether the party is during the hot or cold season, set up a DIY hot or cold chocolate milk station for guests to create scrumptious sweet drinks!









Guest favors can be as classic or as unique as you wish—and you can even incorporate activities in with them. Remember the idea for the literal garden as part of your food setup? Well, make this work for your favor and guest activity idea, too! Have a planting station ready to go with personalized potting aprons and gloves for guests to pot their very own mini produce garden to take home with them. In a sense, those plants will grow as the new baby grows! It’s a special favor, a delightful activity, and will be something the guests take home with them to always remember this special baby shower.





It’s also a fantastic idea to have guests bring their favorite storybook with personal messages written inside to give to the mommy-to-be. This ties in with the Peter Rabbit baby shower theme and helps to build the baby-to-be’s new childhood library, too!

Peter Rabbit Themed Games




Little Lamb Baby Shower Ideas

The sweetness of a baby shower should be celebrated with a theme just as sweet, and a Little Lamb baby shower motif is just the thing! From the classic nursery rhyme to adorable baby sheep, you’ll find décor, food, and fun absolutely brimming with options to choose from. So get those adorable little lamb invitations sent out to get your guests excited about this cute baby shower event!


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When setting up a little lamb baby shower, decorations are so much fun to put together. The color palate is a simple one to follow, too, so remember to stick with ivory and an offset of pastel blues, yellows, or pinks and purples. You can never overuse baby’s breath flowers, lace overlays, and puffy party globes that descend from the ceilings. Break out nostalgic trinkets from the past such as nursery rhyme figurines, snow globes, books, music, and movies. Put up little lambs and their adorable baby herders up on the walls and have a little crafting fun with cotton balls to create massive, puffy cloud decorations. Sheep tablecloths and “Mary Had A Little Lamb” verses on miniature chalk boards and signage are also a nice décor touch for the theme. You can even have the guests engage in an activity in which they craft flower crowns, further adding to the sweet atmosphere of the party’s motif.

For great party food fare, think brunch style eats and lots of sweet treats. Is the mom-to-be having a baby boy? Frost up some yummy cupcakes and lamb shaped cookies with pale blue frosting. Is the new bundle of joy a little girl? Fill an apothecary jar with pastel pink candies or pale yellow cakepops. “Sugar spun wool” packaged up with a cute sheep (a.k.a. actual cotton candy) is also a guest favorite! Frosted animal crackers, simple cream puffs, and fruity sheep herder staffs (a.k.a. candy canes!) are also fun themed treats that are easy and delicious to eat.



Of course, you can’t have a Little Lamb baby shower without great games and cute party favors, too. Sheep shaped piñatas filled with yummy candy is an interactive activity that also goes great with classic board games such as Candyland and Chutes and Ladders. Baby Bingo played with baby cartoon lamb stickers and Guess That Nursery Rhyme are also fun ideas. Guest favors can range from bottles filled with candies to little prams filled with gourmet Mary and her Little Lamb themed treats. Porcelain figurines, storybooks, and tiny nightlights are all fantastic gifts that guests can enjoy well after the baby shower is over.

Don’t forget to have a themed book for guests to sign their well wishes for the new mom and her baby! This is a keepsake that both the mother and her child will cherish for years to come.