Whooo Wouldn’t Love These Owl Baby Shower Ideas?

Owls are the latest craze in baby themes, and these owl baby shower ideas at celebrations.com take full advantage of the owl’s inherent cuteness. Inspired by our Whimsical Hoot Owl Baby Shower Invitations, this party borrows the owl motif and color palette to create a modern, gender neutral baby shower theme.
Owl Baby Shower Invitations -- Whimsical Hoot
An orange and white floral fabric became the base layer of color on the guest table, with white, green and orange place settings. Napkin holders were created from card stock and ribbon, topped with our Whimsical Hoot Baby Shower Favor Stickers. A centerpiece of orange and yellow flowers with a white ceramic vase and thrift store owl tied the colors together, along with a green and orange candy filled baby bottle holding the invitation.
Owl Baby Shower Ideas
Owl Baby Shower Ideas
An old white frame filled with the same fabric became the backdrop for the dessert table, and tied the two areas together. Orange and green desserts and sherbet punch added to the color scheme. Cute owl cupcakes were created by topping cupcakes with sandwich cookies and candies for the eyes.
Owl Baby Shower Ideas
Owl Baby Shower Ideas

See more owl baby shower ideas at celebrations.com, or start shopping for your baby shower invitations now!

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