What a fun night to celebrate Miss Melody Rose. Lauren and Jake (the proud parents) don’t always like to be the center of attention. So we planned a laid back environment with just a few details to make their night special. Can’t wait to meet the sweet little girl.
Such a fun shower for a baby who will grow up living in the woods and hunt deer her whole life. I wanted the shower to be rustic of course to go with the decor of the host home but I also wanted to throw a little pink in there since Miss Willow is in fact a girl. We had such a great time eating dinner, playing ridiculous games and munching on tasty treats.
I decided to add a special touch to The Kayser’s baby shower invitations. I was able to download these invites (for FREE) from The Wedding Chicks, click here to see their options. I realize these are wedding invitations but they work great for showers as well. Below is the invitation I used. I picked my color scheme and filled in the blanks with my shower information. After that, all you do is hit print!Image found here
Next, I made a bunch of these fabric flowers, instructions found here. I matched the color perfectly to the invitations.
Then I picked a ribbon I loved and cut strips that fit around the invitationsNext, I hot glued all the ribbon to fit around the invitations then glued a flower over the seam.
Once you are finished, slide the ribbon over each invitation and your work is done!
We threw a sweet shower for a friend of ours. We decided to make it a couples shower; what you don’t see is burgers and hot dogs being cooked in the background. However, Ian and Harper were expecting their first baby girl so I wanted to make the decorations as feminine as possible. We threw the shower exactly a month before she was due, and good thing we did. Baby Ruby came a few days later and had a room full of goodies waiting for her.
Images by Becca Murdaugh