Where the Wild Things Are Baby Shower

7:55:00 AM

My second daughter is due to have her first baby
this summer.

Where the Wild Things Are stick puppets


The request was for a Where the Wild Things Are baby shower and as a preschool teacher myself, I was all over it!

I was in charge of the decorations... yay!

So here's what I did. 

I began by Googling Where the Wild Things Are and boy there are a lot of creative people out there so I decided to create what I could from all the inspiration already out there.

A few of the projects that were right up my alley were these... 

A wooden sign that used to be an Easter Sign is now a sign for the little King. 

King of all the wild things rustic sign

A few pieces of scrap wood from my workshop is now wild thing decor.

block sign for Wild thing

And thanks to a site I found with FREE Wild Things printables, I was set!

I made a banner from flag printables from this set and monstera leaves ordered from Oriental Trading. 

Monstera leaf pennant banner wild things

I created labels to wrap the silverware and some to go around the water bottles by cutting and pasting in PicMonkey editor.

silverware wraps for where the wild things are

For the table centerpieces I bought fern plants at the local home store and wrapped them in burlap. I created glittery crowns on sticks to put in each plant. 

burlap wrapped ferns with crowns for table centerpiece

Each table will have fern green table cloths with monstera leaves scattered on the table and a fern centerpiece on each one. 

For favors I bought cookies from Costco and wrapped them with a Wild Things header I created on PicMonkey.

cookie favors for where the wild things are party

I made print-outs so everyone could leave my daughter some "Mommy advice", I will be binding these into a book. 

advice for mommy to be where the wild things are

There will be a book box for all the books we collect for the new baby. 

book box idea for where the wild things are

I bought baby shower games from Target and my supplies are packed and ready for a party!

Let the Wild Rumpus Start!

Where the Wild Things Are Party

Update: Here are photos from party day!

room filled with tables and chairs for the party

advice for mommy and centerpieces for baby shower

where the wild things are baby shower

where the wild things are drink table

baby shower where the wild things are

where the wild things are baked by casey cake

where the wild things are cutting the cake

A beautiful day was had by all!

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3 comments

  1. Bravo! Tour de Force... Again and as always you're the best! Lucky kids!

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  2. What a fun baby shower theme! That was one of my favorite books as a child. You did a wonderful job on the party decorations!

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