Baby shower comprises of one of the most important occasions in the life of a woman. On this day, she receives lots of blessings for her expected (or newborn) baby, from all the near and dear ones. You can make the baby shower all the more enjoyable by making a baby shower corsage for each of the guests. Not only would a corsage make your party unique and personalized, even the guests will be touched by your gesture. In case you need any help, go through this article and know how to create a baby shower corsage.
Making A Baby Shower Corsage
- Fresh Flowers (of your choice)
- Baby's Breath
- Garden Snips
- Floral Tape
- Satin Ribbon (same color as the flower)
- Safety Pin
- The first step will comprise of choosing the color of the baby corsage. In case you are aware of the sex of the baby, chose accordingly. If not, it is advisable to go for white or ivory.
- Get fresh flowers (of your choice) for the corsage. Whether you are buying them from the florist or cutting them from your own garden, make sure that that stems are about 3" long.
- Take one flower at a time and add some green leaves and baby's breath to the stem. Tie the bunch together, by wrapping the floral tape around the stems.
- Get a satin ribbon, of the same color as the flower, and wrap it around the floral tape, to hide the latter. Another ribbon will go around the top of the stems, at the base of the flowers. Using the ribbon, make a fancy bow.
- Finally, add a safety pin to each of the corsages, which will be used to attach it to the dress of the wearer.
With Baby Pacifiers
- Baby Pacifiers (with rings)
- 1-inch Satin Ribbon
- Curling Ribbon (various colors)
- Craft Supplies (glitter paint, beads, baby's breath, etc)
- Large Diaper Pins
- The first step will require you to purchase a number of baby pacifiers, in any color that you like. However, make sure that the pacifiers have loops or rings hanging from the mouthpiece.
- The next step will comprise of making bows from the 1-inch satin ribbon. Thereafter, you will have to tie the ribbon around the pacifier ring, securing it tightly. While tying the ribbon, remember that the rubber mouthpiece of the pacifier will be pointing down, when the corsage is complete.
- Take multiple pieces of the curling ribbon and tie them to the either side of the satin ribbon, along the plastic ring. Following this, you will need to curl them with a pair of scissors.
- Now is the time to add extra trimmings to the corsage. You can use glitter paint to write the name of the guests on the plastic mouth piece. Another option would be to add beads or small objects to the curling ribbon, along with baby's breath.
- Finally, you need to take each of the baby shower corsages and attach them to your guest's lapel, making use of large diaper pins for the purpose.