25 Perfect Spring Baby Shower Ideas

Throw a spring baby shower that is perfect for the mama-to-be. If she loves bright colors, consider adding hints of neon to the decor. Bring spring inside by wrapping flower garlands around the strings of the balloons. These 25 Perfect Spring Baby Shower Ideas are fun and easy ways to create a baby shower she will remember forever…

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  • April Showers 2 of 26

    Throw a shower themed shower with beautiful spring pastels. Use clear ornaments to act as raindrops.
    Find out more at Bump Smitten.

  • Balloons and Flowers 3 of 26

    Wrap floral garland around the string of a big balloon.
    Spotted at Tikkido.

  • DIY Background 4 of 26

    Create a table backdrop with circle garland hung vertically like rain drops.
    Spotted at Hostess with the Mostess.

  • Sending Sweet Thoughts 5 of 26

    Have a display where guests write their thoughts for baby. The cross stitch signs are an adorable touch.
    Find out more at On to Baby.

  • Animals on Parade 6 of 26

    Top display jars with animal figurines you've spray painted and glued down.
    Find out more at Armelle Blog.

  • Gender Neutral 7 of 26

    This shower screams spring and stays gender neutral.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Picture This 8 of 26

    Use picture frames to highlight the baby's name.
    Find out more at Janelle Marina.

  • Cake Toppers 9 of 26

    Decorate the cake and table display with geometric toppers.
    Get the tutorial at Minted.

  • Ready to Pop 10 of 26

    Style an outdoor space for a beautiful shower sprinkled with giant balloons since she's about to pop.
    Find out more at Emily Henderson.

  • Fresh Sea Breeze 11 of 26

    Create a fresh color palette while still staying gender neutral.
    Find out more at Hostess with the Mostess.

  • DIY Pinwheels 12 of 26

    Create pinwheels for various decor options.
    Get the tutorial at Style Me Pretty.

  • Geometric Garland 13 of 26

    Use geometric garland and mobiles to make a trendy statement with your shower decor.
    Find out more at Somewhere Splendid.

  • Take a Slice 14 of 26

    Send your guests home with a slice of cake or pie in a homemade box.
    Get the template at Lavender's Blue.

  • Tassel Garland 15 of 26

    Use fabric from your color palette to make a garland you can keep up throughout the year.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Scattered with Succulents 16 of 26

    Fill vintage tea cups or mason jars with succulents to use as place cards, or to give as party favors.
    Get the tutorial at Bridal Consultants.

  • May Flowers 17 of 26

    Large paper flowers make excellent spring shower decorations.
    Find out more at Icing Designs.

  • Sock Vase 18 of 26

    Cover a plain vase with a printed sock.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • DIY Paper Star Medallions 19 of 26

    These metallic paper stars give just the right amount of shine to any shower. You can also stray away from pastels and stick to darker shades if you prefer.
    Get the tutorial at Elli.

  • Neons + Neutrals 20 of 26

    If you're looking for a fresh color palette, consider mixing neons with neutrals for a playful, yet sophisticated option.
    Find out more at Ruffled.

  • $3 Cake Stand 21 of 26

    Use a clear plate and candleholder to make a $3 cake stand for desserts.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.

  • Mama-To-Be 22 of 26

    Hang a banner on the back of the new mama's chair.
    Find out more at Glitter for Breakfast.

  • Office Supplies for Decorations 23 of 26

    Create inexpensive decorations by using office supplies like Post-It notes for a backdrop.
    Find out more at Bird's Party Blog.

  • Recycle Materials 24 of 26

    Use tall blossoming branches in recycled wine bottles for a cheaper, but just as beautiful, flower option.
    Find out more at Kara's Party Ideas.

  • Parasols on the Ceiling 25 of 26

    Hang parasols to create a cozy atmosphere and to cover up your white ceiling. Hang crystals to act as raindrops.
    Find out more at Hostess with the Mostess.

  • Easy Bursts of Color 26 of 26

    Drape fabric across the top and place colorful pillows on each seat to easily add color.
    Spotted at Livet Hemma.

Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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