The main color scheme for the shower was green and white, with hints of yellow and brown. I found a huge roll of lime green and white polka dot wrapping paper and a local craft store and new that it was the perfect accent color and pattern and matched part of the invites too! For the seating tables we just took a white table clothe and then rolled our a strip of wrapping paper for the runner. The centerpieces were white picture frames with little quotes on coordination designs from the invitations. Also a mason jar wrapped in burlap and ribbon with white, green, and yellow flowers, and a little jar of Hershey kisses that had little custom labels on the bottom. For each setting we had a green square plate, cloth napkin folded into a diaper, and small wooden utensils inside the diapers We didn't do much food since it was an open house, but we did serve a green PEA lettuce salad and rolls for a small dish.
Pea lettuce Salad There was a little dessert bar. For that we hung a white sheet for the backdrop and a white table cloth on the table. We got some cute wood letters spelling "Sweet Peas" and covered them also with the wrapping paper and hung them on the backdrop, then hung green paper lanterns around the words (I thought they would resemble giant peas). For the snacks we had cupcakes with little peas in a pod cupcake toppers, chocolate donut holes, powdered sugar donut holes, white chocolate dipped oreos, and sugar cookies. We placed each plate on a box to give it some height and dimention and wrapped in the same wrapping paper. I Also put a piece of wrapping paper on each plate to make the treats pop a little bit. For the cupcake towers, I took various sizes of hat boxes and wrapped those also in the wrapping paper and just stacked them upside down ontop of each other. I thought they turned out super cute and super easy to make! For beverages, we served lime water in a large picher that I wrapped a diaper around the base. I wanted diapers to be incorporated a bit all over since it was a diaper shower too! Again we didn't have games, but we did have some diapers that people could write fun little messages to give the parents a laugh later on for a little activity. There had to be a diaper cake for a centerpiece to go with the whole 'diaper shower' and also to give to the mommy, but wanted to do something a little bit different. So I made a diaper pod!
- Invitations: Cherished Times
- Wooden Cutlery: Tie the Knot
- Chocolate Covered Oreos: Janet Cristina
- Sugar Cookies : Lil G's Cookies
- Pea Pod Cupcake Toppers: Sweeten Your Day
- Wooden Letters, Paper Lanterns, Hat Boxes : Hobby Lobby