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Flowers can completely transform a room by making it more cheerful, inviting and they are wonderful conversation starters. By the time you are done reading this page, you will be able to create floral masterpieces that look like they took hours to assemble - without spending a fortune.

Hydrangeas, white poppy flowers, and eucalyptus leaves fill a rustic, galvanized tin pot. To keep the flowers from moving and falling down, place thin strips of floral tape around the lid of the vase in a checkered pattern.

If you do not have any teacups and saucers around your house, you can usually find great deals on them at thrift shops or garage sales. Get a variety of different styles and patterns and place them on countertops or the baby shower tables that the guests will sit at.

Pink painted mason jars filled with beautiful flowers and finished off with a pretty bow and plastic pacifier. These pink and gold glitter arrangements are inspired by Kate Spade and are so easy to make!

add water and sprinkle in large gold glitter flakes (or any color to match the baby shower theme)

You can scour your thrift shops and craft stores to find the cool rustic metal tins, or check out Amazon or do a Google search for them.

Fill the tin with floral foam that you have dampened slightly, poke in several varieties of whimsical, pale flowers (if you love this look, you can probably show the picture to your local florist and have them pick flowers out for you that are similar. The rustic baby shower theme is pretty popular right now, so we thought we would include another example for you!

), line them with plastic so the water doesn't ruin the wood, add damp floral foam and mold to fit nicely into the boxes. We have come up with gobs of cute baby shower decoration ideas, and it doesn't stop there! Hosting a Garden Party is one of our favorite baby shower theme ideas!

Get tips on planning your menu, favor ideas, and creative gifts for the baby!

A garden party is perfect for a Spring baby shower when all of the flowers are blooming and the birds are chirping. Scatter artificial butterflies, dragonflies, ladybugs and bumblebees throughout plants and bushes.

For tableware, you can find cute and inexpensive plastic plates and cups at your local "home superstore". For a cute centerpiece idea, buy a large decorated flower pot and fill it with baby essentials such as diapers, rattles, socks, bibs, onesies, etc. For an added touch you can also add some kids gardening supplies such as a mini shovel and rake Another idea is to use a child-sized umbrella, turn it upside-down and fill it with baby goodies You can also take a child-sized plastic wheelbarrow and fill it with baby gear If you choose to play games, you may wish to keep them simple by placing a number under one or two plates or cups - the guest who has the plate/cup is the winner

Or you can venture over to our baby shower games section for a wide variety of crowd pleasers! Hand out seed packets (babies breath or sweet peas) tucked into a small painted pot. Make these cute and easy flower favor bundles using tissue paper, card stock, scissors and twine. Trace the card stock stencil on the folded edges of the tissue paper. Don't forget to add a baby shower favor tag!

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