Make your baby shower centerpiece, the centre of everyone’s attention. Use these simple tips to make an attractive baby shower centerpiece, right at home.

How To Make A Baby Shower Centerpiece?

Planning a baby shower party is never easy. Once you set out to do it, you’ll find that there are either too many or too few ideas for baby shower themes. And when you do select a theme you’ll also have to plan out the decorations to go with the theme. Baby shower decorations are a fantastic way to lend color and festivity to your baby shower party. And talking about decorations, the most prestigious position is always coveted by the centerpiece. A striking centerpiece always grabs every guest’s attention and is a source of pride to the owner. The centerpiece of your baby shower party need not give you nightmares, of making trips to countless stores to find the one that suits your party theme. It need not be hard on your pocket either. In the comfort of your home, you can make inexpensive eye-catching centerpieces that’ll be the talk of many other parties to come. The idea is to let your creativity loose. Just think and combine. You could deck up a fish bowl, arrange some flowers, use a nursery theme, and use baby foods to make lovely centerpieces. Here are some ideas and the step-by-step instructions to make your baby shower party centerpiece a show-stopper.
Tips To Make Baby Shower Centerpiece 
Edible Fruit Bouquet Centerpiece 
What You’ll Need
  • Fresh pineapple
  • Strawberries
  • Cantaloupe
  • Grapes
  • Parsley
  • A flower cookie cutter
  • A knife
  • A melon baller
  • Kitchen scissors
  • Bamboo skewers
  • A cutting board
  • An opaque vase
  • Some floral foam or play dough 
How To Make
  • Start by using a sharp edged knife to cut the pineapple into ½-inch thick slices.
  • Use a cookie cutter to cut the pineapple into flower shapes.
  • Now, use a melon baller to scoop up cantaloupe balls.
  • Cut each cantaloupe ball into half and put halved piece as the center for each pineapple flower.
  • Take a skewer and stick each pineapple flower through the center. Also, stick part of the skewer onto a cantaloupe half. Take care so that the skewer does not stick out through the other end.
  • Take a strawberry and stick a skewer through it. Do not let the skewer poke out.
  • Now stick 6-7 grapes one above the other through the skewers. Take care so that the skewer does not stick out through the last grape.
  • Fill the vase with play dough and arrange the skewers at different angles in the form of a bouquet.
  • Finally, place some parsley twigs in between the skewers to give it a more flowery look. This will also hide the skewers and fill the bouquet. 
Baby Diaper Cake Centerpiece
What You’ll Need
  • Medium disposable diapers (approximately 60 or depending on the size of the cake)
  • A large platter
  • Adhesive tape
  • Narrow ribbon
  • Wide ribbon
  • Decorations (baby bottles and soft toys) 
How To Make
  • Roll each diaper tightly and tie a narrow ribbon around to secure it.
  • Now, to make the tiers, start with about 30 diapers, for the largest one.
  • First, make an inner circle of tiers with 15 diapers, standing vertically, and tie them using a length of the narrow ribbon. Set up another row of rolled diapers around the circle to make it large. Tie it with a length of the broad ribbon.
  • Place a cake platter on the largest tier, and fasten it with adhesive.
  • Now, make another circle, for the second tier, with lesser diapers in a similar fashion.
  • For the top tier, use your diaper cake centerpiece, like the baby bottle or any soft toys, and make the final tier by tacking diapers around it.
  • Tuck various accessories inside the ribbon based on the theme.
  • Now stack the tiers one above the other, and use the ribbons to tie the soft toys throughout the stack. 
Decorative Fish Bowl Centerpiece
What You’ll Need
  • A fish bowl
  • Glass marbles / Colored jelly balls
  • Rubber ducks
  • Scented floating candles
  • Votive candles
  • Fresh flowers
  • Curly ribbons 
How To Make 
  • Arrange different colored marbles/ jelly ball at the bottom of a fish bowl.
  • Fill 2/3rd of the bowl with water.
  • Float the rubber ducks in it.
  • Now, let the fresh flowers float in it.
  • Place the floating candles.
  • Tie a piece of curly ribbon on the glass bowl to add a bit of style.
  • Adorn the centerpiece with votive candles.

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