My friends and soon-to-be parents, Pauline and Eugene are a few weeks away from welcoming a baby boy into their family. To celebrate this joyous occasion, we hosted a Twinkle Twinkle Little Star themed baby shower at their home.
Here are the details of the dessert table I created for baby Liam's pending arrival for under $100.
I love hanging baby clothes as part of the decor for a baby shower. The clothes are not only cute and easy to acquire, but also make great "decorations" to any space/table.
Usually, I would make these sugar cookies from scratch, but to save time I used a Groupon where I was able to get a dozen custom sugar cookies for $18.
To create these pie pops, I followed THIS recipe, but used a star shaped cookie cutter to go along with the star theme. You will also need 2 boxes of pie crusts not 1 to make a dozen star pie pops.
This recipe is so easy to make and what is even better is that there is no baking involved! I also loved that I was able to make these the day before by freezing them. I used 2oz plastic shot glasses that I found at Party City (100 for $8). For the crust and filling, I used THIS recipe and was able to make about 2 dozen shooters. I topped each shooter with fresh blueberries. I also taped (blue washi tape) a mini spoon which I found at Daiso (50 for $1.50) along with each shooter.
To make these star skewers, I cut out stars using a star punch and glitter scrapbook paper and then glued them to the ends of a wooden skewer. These donut holes were store bought.
To make these "diapers" I used blue paper napkins and THIS picture tutorial and sealed each one with a safety pin. I filled each diaper with chocolate covered pretzels and candies from Trader Joes.
I am so excited for these parents-to-be and I am even more excited to meet baby Liam!