Rubber Duck Baby Shower

I actually helped my mother with this shower a few months back, I completely forgot about it until I saw the draft I had written back in May. It was a nice surprise, especially since I was lacking content today.

My mother was actually the brains behind this shower, we usually recruit each other to help out when we have a party to plan, we make a great team. I’m going to show you the pictures and give you the details at the bottom. She went with the rubber duck theme per request of the mother-to-be, I live in the land of princesses and glitter, so it was a nice change for me.

You’ll see rubber ducks throughout, along with the blue gems to create the illusion of water. This cute banner hung over the fireplace.

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The desert table was filled with white powdered doughnuts, cupcakes, and a cake.

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The food table featured finger foods and a chevron table runner. If you have a serger, you can quickly make a table runner by serging around the edges of the fabric. It’s an inexpensive way to add character and color to the table. You can also purchase several yards of fabric and fold it to create the illusion of a finished edge. Then just lay the fabric down the middle of the table.

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You can coordinate glass pieces you already own by adding ribbon. We filled this container with rubber duck candy. To continue the color scheme, we added yellow flowers to sit around and brighten up the venue, fresh flowers are always a great way to bring everything together.

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We used floating rubber ducks for the punch bowl and added coordinating ribbon to the drink dispenser.

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I thought this was such a fun and cute shower for a new addition, it would even be fun to use yellow and pink for a girl.

Most of the ducks were purchased on Amazon.

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  1. says

    wayyyyy back when, I did a rubber ducky shower for my two friends (who were due within a week of each other) and I used tons of ducks, etc. this was a cute cute version! :)
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  2. says

    This is the cutest shower!! Not gonna lie, I’ll probably refer back to this post once my friends start having babies. So simple, yet so elegant and perfect! :) Thanks for sharing!! I love it when a post turns out great and you originally thought you had nothing to offer for the day. Love that old faithful “draft” folder! :)
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  3. says

    What an absolutely ADORABLE baby shower!!! Love the rubber ducks with the blue glass marbles as table decorations and the ducks floating in the punch bowl is precious!
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  4. says

    This is adorable! My mom and sisters used baby ducks when they threw a baby shower for my oldest. My husband and I didn’t know what we were having, so ducks worked well for a gender neutral theme. I love the shirts hanging up as a decoration – genius! I love décor that can be actually USED for something when the party is over. I’m cheap and practical like that. 😉

  5. Grizelle says

    Does anyone knows how to make the punch that the rubber ducky was floating on? I have a shower to plan for next week

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