Should your baby shower have a theme? Here we’ll help you find the perfect theme to kick off your new life with your baby as you explore dozens of creative baby shower theme ideas.
Picking a baby shower theme should reflect the personality and interests of the parents, but narrowing down all of the options can be a hassle. Depending on if your shower is a neighborhood potluck, a gender reveal or a simple Sunday brunch, we’ve gathered hundreds of baby shower theme ideas that will delight any parent-to-be.
This gender neutral baby shower theme features vintage toys, sweet baby’s breath flowers, and white decorations.
Elephants make great baby shower themes for girls that your guests will never forget!
Your favorite iconic children’s toy is great inspiration for a baby boy shower theme, like the classic sock monkey.
Skulls and cactii from the desert are the ultimate decor for a modern chic themed baby shower right now.
An amazing boy baby shower always includes adorable decorations, sweet printable details, a delicious assortment of desserts (cake, cookies, and candy) and charming details. This yellow vintage baby shower features the cutest duck printables, old children’s books, gingham checks and vintage glassware. You will be smiling over all of the bright, cheerful details.
A new baby definitely calls for tossing some confetti in celebration! This confetti baby shower is a unique theme and fun way to honor an expectant mother. Recreate the look by incorporating plenty of confetti inspired dots throughout the decorations and treats. You can DIY paper circle garlands by punching circles of varying sizes in party colors and sewing them into strings for hanging. Wrap boxes in polka dot paper to display a variety of delicious treats like cookies, cupcakes and cake pops.
May the Fourth be with you! Today is, you guessed it, Star Wars Day! Disney’s acquisition of the Star Wars franchise back in 2012 pretty much ensured that there will be many more Star Wars films in our future. Along with installments of the final trilogy of the Star Wars saga we’ve been treated to a couple of stand alone movies such as Solo and Rogue One. Of course this has sparked a new generation’s interest in the franchise and is creating many new fans.
The new Star Wars movies have sparked lots of conversations and speculations in our family, such as “is Rey somehow how related to Luke and Leia?” or “who is Finn? Is he Landau’s son?”. I’m sure these conversations are occurring in many households, after all every household has at least one Star Wars fan, right?
As a rule Star Wars has always been popular pretty much since it first opened 40 years ago. But the new movies make the Star Wars franchise soar to even higher levels. Specially given that Disney now owns it and has been marketing each movie months before they premier.
This past Christmas we ran into many Star Wars toys, puzzles, shirts, and other merchandise. In fact we bought some for the boys. I thought with the renewed popularity of Star Wars it would be a great idea to round up a few crochet ideas for Star Wars themed projects. There are many out there!
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So if you’re a big Star Wars fan, or knows someone who is, these ideas will come in handy.
I love this blanket by Not All Who Wander Are Lost 32! I’m sure it’s a labor of love! But what Star War fan wouldn’t love it? Click here for pattern.
Courtesy of Pops de Milk
This Death Star Throw Pillow from Pops de Milk is another one of my faves! It would be awesome with the blanket! Click here for pattern.
If you don’t want such a big project this cute Yoda Coffee Cup Cozy from Unwrapping Mommy is a quick project. All Star Wars fans will love it! Click here for pattern.
Your little Star Wars fan (or maybe not so little) will love this BB-8 Hood by Crochetverse! Click here for pattern.
Everyone loves R2D2! Here’s an amigurumi of our favorite droid from Mia’s Atelier. Click here for pattern.
R2D2 is a popular guy, here’s a beanie by Jen Spears on Ravelry. Click here for pattern.
Here’s something practical for Star Wars fans, a Light Saber Pencil case from Dearest Debi.
Click here for pattern.
Another idea from Dearest Debi are these Light Saber Hilts, perfect for holding light saber ice pops! Great idea for a Star Wars themed party! Click here for pattern.
Storm Trooper Throw Pillows are super cool! Here’s a pattern by That Farm Girl Teacher on Ravelry. Click here for pattern.
Your little Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader will love this Light Saber by Alli Hartley on Ravelry!
Click here for pattern.
One of my favorite characters is Yoda. I love this baby Yoda hat from The Happy Hooker! Click here for pattern.
Here’s a cute Yoda baby blanket to go with the hat by Alu Ka on Ravelry. (They call it a blanket, I would call it a snuggly) Whatever you call it, it’s still super cute! Click here for pattern.
Han Solo Amigurumi from Geek Central Station for Star Wars fans of all ages! Click here for pattern.
You can’t have Han without Leia! Here’s a Princess Leia Amigurumi also by Geek Central Station.
Click here for pattern.
There are many patterns for Santa Hats out there. This is one of my favorites. I love the thick and fluffy trim!
I made two of them for my twin grand kids, Harper and Sadi. Loved it so much I made some for the other grands and my sister-in-law’s grandkids as well. I used the free pattern from Creatiknit which I accented with Holly Leaves and Berries. I added a cute gingham bow to Harper’s hat. I tied a large jingle bell at the tips so the kids jingle when they walk. FUN!
The pattern uses #6 worsted yarn and a Size N hook, the stitches work up very quickly! Instead of using #6 worsted yarn for the hat body I used one strand of #4 yarn in red and one strand of #4 Caron Simply Soft Party yarn in sparkle red. I held both strands together while making the hats. For the white trim I used Bernat Baby Blanket Super Bulky #6 yarn in white. I used this for the pompom too. The holly leaves and berries are made with #4 yarn in green and red. I made the bow using 5/8″ ribbon.
Hook Size N 9mm
#4 worsted yarn in red, sparkle red, and green
#6 bulky yarn in white
Click here for Santa Hat Pattern from Creatiknit!
Click here for Holly and Berry Pattern from Ravelry!
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Want a thinner Santa Hat? Here’s another free pattern I used to make a thinner version, click here
I have twin grandbabies, Harper and Sadi. I made them these cute elephant snugglies. They are very simple to make, they’re basically an over-sized granny square with a stuffed elephant head attached to the middle. It took me just a few hours to make each one.
I used the free pattern from DenDennis Amigurumist but added my own border. For the blue border I used a simple slip stitch/chain 1 pattern all the way around; for the pink one I used a picot type pattern to make it look lacier.
All the parts start with a “magic circle”. Click here to learn how to make a “magic circle” from Crochet Me.
The Granny Square is made with clusters of 3 double crochet stitches with a chain 1 in between and chain 2 for the corners. The Elephant head is an amigurumi using single crochet. Instructions for granny square and elephant head are from DenDennis Amigurumist. Lacy border trim is optional, instructions are at the bottom of this post.
Click here for basic instructions from DenDennis Amigurumist.
Blue Border Trim:
The border trim is the 14th. round and is repeated all the way around the square. Complete granny square as instructed but do not fasten off. Instead proceed to round 14.
Round 14: slip stitch into first sc on round 13; *chain 1, slip stitch into next sc; Repeat from * all the way around; slip stitch to first slip stitch on this round. Fasten off.
Pink Lacy Picot style trim:
Complete granny square as instructed but do not fasten off. Instead proceed to round 14.
Round 14: slip stitch into first 2 sc on round 13; *chain 3; go BACKWARD and slip stitch into first sc on round 13; go Forward skip stitch (this would be the 2nd. slip stitch made before you went backward); slip stitch into next 2 sc on round 13; Repeat from * all the way around; slip stitch to first slip stitch on this round. Fasten off.
My sixth grandchild was born just a few days ago. As I’ve done for my other five grandchildren I made this grandson a crocheted blanket, actually I made him a couple of blankets. This one is a simple Cluster Stitch Crocheted Baby Blanket.
I found this free pattern by Leelee Knits. It’s simple and easy to make, easy enough for beginners!
For this Cluster Stitch Crocheted Baby Blanket I used 3 skeins of Lion brand Ice Cream yarn in Cookies and Cream color. I love the variegated colors of that yarn!
I pretty much followed the pattern, but I used a size K 6.5mm hook instead of the size J 6mm hook the pattern calls for. I wanted the stitches to be a little bigger and a bit looser. I tend to make my stitches tighter and I find that using a larger sized hook makes my stitches looser. But really you can use any size hook to make your cluster stitch crocheted baby blanket.
I also added 2 extra rounds for the border so my cluster stitch crocheted baby blanket came out just a bit bigger than the one in the pattern. Really you can make this blanket whatever size you want using any color you want.
Click here for the free pattern from Leelee Knits!