Teal, Pink & Cream Baby Shower

I had the opportunity to throw my cousin a baby shower in Arizona last weekend!
I live in California so it was a very quick trip, less than 48 hours.
It was me, my aunt, my mom, and my 2 kids in a 5 seater car with an excessive amount of “stuff” in the back.
I guess you could call this baby shower in a trunk!
We {I} had a ton of fun putting this together and couldn’t have done it without my cousin, aunt and mom.
I had a vision of everything being teal, pink and cream and loved how it came together.
My cousin made the Sprinkles coconut cupcake. They were so yummy and rich!
I found the cupcake toppers at Silver Scraps and absolutely loved them! 
Nicole was incredible to work with!
I didn’t give her a ton of notice and she got right to work and they were delivered right in time.
They are exactly my style and I would definitely order from her again, aren’t they so sweet?!
Here is the table! I brought tree stumps from home {remember excessive amount in the back?}and I really like the added height it gave. Plus it was great for the cake pops to stand.
I got the tree stump idea from Jenny Cookies, her site is unreal!
Don’t ever put 2 girls in charge of a drill {is that the one we’d need to put holes in the stump?}
It gave my cousin’s husband a good laugh when he got home from work.
We are lucky to still have fingers!
My aunt put this together while I was showering, thanks!
Sometimes I go a bit overboard and love it that everyone went with the flow!
Who looks that pretty when they are over 8 months pregnant?
Not me, that’s for sure.
My cousin’s friend is a caterer and made these yummy drinks.
She made them with limemade, sprite, and raspberry syrup!
I purchased the straws from Hey YoYo who was also amazing to work with!
They were priced extremely well and I got a bunch of fun straw flags in an email right after I bought them.
I got them right in time, thanks to Amanda for shipping them out asap!
We made coconut cupcakes, meltaway cookies, cake batter pops, and berry popcorn.
We sat in here to open presents and chat for a bit.
That rocking chair was my cousin’s when she was little, so precious!
My mom and I made the diaper cake and I made the headband holder.
I attached the little lace outfits to a Pier 1 shabby chic door knob and put some ruffle bloomers on the rocker.
No joke, 20 minutes after the last person left, lunch was made for the kids and everything was packed up.
My aunt had a wedding to go to and my mom and I had to be back for church the next day.
It was so fun being with my cousin.
Our kids get along really well and we can just hang out and there is always something to talk about!
I will have some fun tutorials for this stuff up soon!

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16 thoughts on “Teal, Pink & Cream Baby Shower

  1. Egad. I love that you used mason jars. And I love the colors and the mix of textures. You done good, girl.
    And…big props on the blog name change. It’s splendid. Yup, I just said splendid because apparently I am just that hip.

  2. Love the tissue poms. They look so bright and cheerful and pretty. The tree stump idea is great too, thanks for the tip!

    I’m a new follower from the House of Hepworths link party.

    Brie from darlingdoodles.blogspot.com

  3. Adorable! There wasn’t a detail not tended to. Stopping by from a linky party (I’m not being lazy, I swear, I just closed the last window and have no clue which party it was) :)

  4. Hi, coming from CraftoManiac. This is so cute and great job on planning it from afar! I have a new-ish kids decor party and would love for you to link up. It’s called Tuesday’s Nursery and its for all ages of kids decor….and shower decor fits! I hope you can make it! Nice to meet you!

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