Rubber Ducky Baby Shower submitted by:
Gail Hume from Raytown, Missouri
Gail hume, our most famous hostess shares her experiences and tips in planning a baby shower. You'll learn a lot before your star your next Shower. She had made all the decorations for the party, and printed all the game sheets as well as the invitations. This has saved a lot of money. She also recorded a lot of songs to play during the party.
The decorations include a diaper cake, which was part of a diaper door prize drawing, each guest was instructed to bring a bag of diapers to be enter for the door prize.
The diaper cake was the centerpiece on the table along with the tickets and a cute decorated box, and each guest brought a bag of diapers that can fill out a ticket as they placed the diapers on the table.
At the end of the rubber ducky baby shower we drew for the winner.
This is our diaper wreath.
I also made a Baby money tree.
It sit on the bar next to the beverage fountain, each guest was welcome to tie dollars or what ever to any of the ribbons, this help the kids buy what ever they need and didn't receive.
It's so cute with a "Stork Door Decoration" that I had it sitting by the pool table and all my friends that have stopped over have ties money on it already. I thought there was amoust $15 dollors and the shower wasn't till June.
The other idea I had was to make corsages for all the grandmas and great grandmas.
The corsages are made out of baby booties, they turned out so cute. I made a larger one for the mother to be.
We have a special game planned for grandpa and the new daddy. They both were given a small baby bottle filled and a bib and see who can drink their bottle first.
For their prize I have made two aprons that say daddy and grandpa on duty that are filled with baby things, like diapers, powder and so on. We placed a first and second place ribbon on them depending on who wins. It was really funny.
I could go on and on with my rubber ducky shower.
We had a lot of games planned like, the poopie diaper, which we planned to fill nine diapers with assort melted candy bars and the guests have to guess what they are.
The prize was a giant diapered candy bar baby.
Also guess how many jelly beans were in the giant baby bottle, word scramble, gift bingo, and more.
I had a lot of photos of the rubber ducky baby shower items I have already made. And would be willing to share how with anyone.
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