When planning the perfect baby shower, the first step is picking a theme for the fun event. Whether you prefer a woodland animal theme or a more elegant event, you’ll find loads of ideas and inspiration by browsing through these baby shower themes for boys.
Whatever theme you settle on, celebrate the mom-to-be and her newest little one by adding touches of personality, elements of fun and drool-worthy desserts to create an unforgettable event and memories that will last a lifetime.
To help you get started, we’ve gathered up some of the cutest baby shower themes, decor ideas and unique ways to celebrate a baby boy on the way. These 99 baby shower ideas are sure to inspire the perfect party. From invitations to decor, you’re sure to throw an excellent celebration.
1. Elegant Elephant
Elephants are a popular baby shower theme idea, and for good reason—they’re absolutely adorable! This elephant-themed party takes the elegance up a notch with a sweet color scheme of turquoise and silver. For a fun shower activity, have guests draw elephants on baby clothes to gift to the mom-to-be.
2. Modern Safari
Celebrate the arrival of a new baby boy with a giraffe-themed baby shower. Make it a modern safari and liven up your venue with bright colors, fun patterns and animal prints. Don’t forget the welcome banner, cool paper lanterns and lots of fresh flowers.
3. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Out of ideas? For an easy baby boy shower theme, simply find inspiration in classic lullabies. Gold stars really pop against the dark blue ombre icing on the baby boy’s cake.
4. Prickly But Cute
A cute cactus-themed baby shower is an adorable idea for a new baby boy! Try your hand at crafting a cool DIY cactus baby shower backdrop in shades of blue and green. Tiny potted succulents make great decor and favors for your guests.
Grab the gingham—it’s time for a baby shower BBQ! A “Baby-Q” is an adorable idea for a relaxed, outdoor barbeque-themed baby shower. Fresh lemonade in mason jars, little burlap bag feed sacks stuffed with popcorn, and gingham party favor boxes fit right in.
6. It’s A Jungle Out There
Animals are always appropriate when it comes to baby shower themes. Rich golds and deep greens are the color scheme for this jungle animal theme. Decorate with framed prints of your favorite animals and then reuse them to decorate the baby boy’s room.
7. Heaven Sent
This elegant “heaven sent” baby shower theme celebrates the upcoming little angel with soft blues and cloud decorations. A heavenly dessert table includes fun vanilla cake. Fresh white flowers and baby’s breath surround the sweet treats.
8. Little Man
Blue, white and silver are the colors of this mustache-themed party. Color coordinated candy, cookies and even water bottles bring the look together. Let everyone wear a mustache on the day of your baby shower with specially decorated drinking straws.
9. Santa Baby
Planning a baby shower that will fall near a big holiday? Incorporate upcoming holidays into the theme of the baby shower to double the excitement and anticipation. This Christmas-themed baby shower brings together all the elements of the season with a red and white color palette, Christmas decorations and a snowman-shaped diaper cake.
10. Bless Their Nest
A “Bless Their Nest” theme is a fun way to let guests know that mom-to-be is about to hatch! This one was decorated with bird nests, flowers and birdcages on the tables.
11. Pachyderm Party
Add an animal to your classic baby boy shower decor to give the party some character. This elephant-themed baby shower combines the popular pachyderm with a gray and blue color scheme and flag banners. Adorable edible elephants sit atop the cake and party snacks.
12. Baby Boy Ahoy
Say “ahoy” to the new baby boy with a sailboat-themed baby shower. Decorate with model sailboats and ships in bottles with a classic red, white and blue color palette. A cute and colorful flag banner welcomes guests.
13. Vintage Style
If the mommy-to-be is a fan of vintage style and antiques, why not throw her a baby shower to match her tastes? Make DIY decorations with a variety of colors, a chalkboard, burlap and handmade pinwheels.
14. Royal Prince
Help the glowing mother-to-be usher in her new little boy with a baby shower fit for a prince! Posh gold and blue decorations like regal crown centerpieces, blue balloon garland and a crown-topped cake will make guests feel like royalty.
15. Wild And Free
Let the wild and free spirit of your upcoming baby boy shine with this baby shower theme that is decorated with tiny cacti, sweet succulents and cute wild animals. The popular orange and turquoise color palette and use of stripes and arrows adds a modern feel.
16. Little Hero
Firemen were the inspiration for this baby boy shower that was decorated with tiny toy trucks in a color scheme of reds, grays and creams. Framed art to match the baby shower theme serves as the perfect decoration that can later be hung on the walls in the baby boy’s room.
17. Lego Construction
A new baby boy means LEGOs are almost certainly in your future, so design your shower around these classic plastic bricks with a construction-themed party. Adorable details build on the theme, like the vibrant primary colors, cute cupcakes and sweets and, of course, LEGO construction equipment.
18. Let’s Go Camping
Designing a baby shower for parents-to-be who enjoy the outdoors? Then set up a camping-themed baby shower with lots of outside-inspired details like pine cones, wood slices, lanterns and a teepee.
19. Let’s Go Racing
Gentlemen, start your engines! Out of baby shower theme ideas? Look to Dad’s passions for inspiration and perhaps you’ll throw a vintage car-themed shower. Include cute details like vintage gas and oil signs, baby racing team hats and a collection for the little boy’s first race car. Your friends and family will be thrilled to be a part of the pit crew at this party.
20. Yeehaw Baby
Your future little cowboy deserves a baby shower decorated with horses, rope and cow print. Adorable western decor details include cowboy boots, a sweet baby shower quote in a rustic frame and red velvet cupcakes in an old metal trough.
21. Life’s A Beach
This rustic beach ball baby shower is all charm with a driftwood backdrop behind a table full of scrumptious beach-themed desserts, like shark fin dessert cups and beach ball cake pops. An adorable beach ball garland decorates the front of the table while fun and festive honeycomb paper balls hang above.
22. I Love Chicago
Your favorite city can be a great inspiration for your baby shower theme. This Chicago shower includes a shout-out to the ferris wheel at Navy Pier with an adorable cupcake stand. The blue and red color scheme couldn’t be more perfect.
23. Jurassic Party
Decorate with dinosaurs to create a Jurassic party fit for a future paleontologist. Wild shades of orange, green, yellow and brown blend perfectly with a fun fabric backdrop dotted with lime green leaves. A chocolate dinosaur cake continues with the theme. No bones about it—party guests will want to dig in!
24. Lights, Camera, Baby!
Think outside the box when coming up with a baby shower theme like this fun idea for a Hollywood movie star shower. Roll out the red carpet with all the glitz and glamor of old Hollywood with themed cookies and cake, fresh flowers and a star-studded backdrop.
25. Baby On Board
Hang ten! Featuring a play on the words, “Baby on Board,” this surfing-themed baby shower incorporates beachy decorative items and a radical blue and orange color scheme. A surfboard hangs on the wall above the table full of sea-themed treats like cookies in the shapes of waves, surfboards and seashells.
26. Sweet Love
Black and white is a classy way to kick your baby shower up a notch. Plus, you can mix and match different patterns to add lots of visual interest. Match your tasty treats to your color palette with chocolate dipped strawberries, black and white cake pops and personalized candy bar wrappers.
27. A Whale Of A Good Time
Nautical baby showers are a popular trend for boys, and this adorable baby whale theme is a fun twist on the idea. Decorate in all the colors of the sea, from aqua to white, and then bring in all the baby whale and deep sea props you can imagine.
28. Go To The Carnival
The carnival reminds us of the wonder and enchantment seen through the eyes of a child, making it a perfect theme for your baby boy’s shower. Decorate with all the bright and brilliant colors of the carnival and an assortment of cute circus animals.
29. The Family Circus
Welcome the newest little clown into your family with an enthusiastic circus-themed baby shower, adorned with bright colors and animal prints. Yellow feathers reminiscent of a performer’s costume serve as table centerpieces at this fun and festive party.
30. Under Construction
This construction site baby shower playfully celebrates the fact that baby boy is still “under construction.” Bring the look together with bright warning signs and a super-cute construction site cake. It’s even topped with a toy front-loader full of chocolate.
31. Sweet Treats
Celebrate the mom-to-be and the sweet baby on the way with her favorite sweet treats. An ice-cream-themed baby shower is a cute and cool look. Waffle cones, ice cream cookies and cute cone cupcakes adorn the sweets table that’s decorated in simple white with fresh flowers.
32. Rock The Cradle
If you’re throwing a baby shower for a music lover, help mom welcome her “sweet child o’ mine” with a rock-and-roll theme. Vinyl records spell out the new baby boy’s name on the front of a table decorated with black, red and electric blue. Don’t miss the cute—and useful—rock and roll diaper cake.
33. Sweet Sophistication
Simple colors and patterns are always in style. This sophisticated black and white baby shower nails the decor with polka dots and stripes. The dessert table was a scrumptious display of sweets just begging to be tasted.
34. Under The Sea
Make a splash with an ocean-themed baby shower for a mermaid mom and her new arrival. An aqua tablecloth covered with fishnet and sprinkled with sea creatures makes a lovely sweets table. Jewel-toned cupcakes and cake pops go swimmingly with the decor. Don’t forget the seashell dessert plates.
35. Peter Rabbit
Hop on down the bunny trail to a precious party inspired by the Beatrix Potter children’s classic book. Create a scene straight out of a storybook with cute chalkboard signs, seed packets and gardening gloves. Guests will love the whimsical touches and, of course, the bunny-topped cake.
36. Pooh Bear
Feature a classic children’s character such as Winnie the Pooh in your baby shower theme. Decorate with bright red, brown and yellow and serve “hunny”-flavored sweets like parfaits and sugar cookies to your party guests.
37. Little Slugger
This baby shower is a grand slam! Buy some peanuts and Cracker Jacks to serve as snacks at this Little Slugger shower for a baby boy. This party is all about baseball—it even has a concession stand decorated with baseballs and filled with ballpark treats.
38. Sweet Dreams
Celebrate the arrival of a new baby boy with this precious lullaby-themed shower. Twinkling lights and soft colors set the mood. And, with a theme like Sweet Dreams, you’ll never go wrong with a lot of sweet treats—moon and star cookies, pastel cake pops, cotton candy and cupcakes inspired by puffy clouds.
39. Welcome To The Jungle
Create a super cute baby-friendly jungle theme for your boy’s shower by mixing lots of greenery with bright stripes and solids. It wouldn’t be a proper jungle theme without little monkeys and baby giraffes. How cute are those banana cookies?
40. Baby, It’s Cold Outside
Celebrating a new baby during winter? Crisp white and cool blue are a perfect winter color combination to help you shower the mom-to-be with warm wishes. Decorate with a snowman diaper cake as the centerpiece of your winter baby shower theme.
41. Take Me Out To The Ballgame
Choose a baseball theme for your baby boy’s shower and adorn the tables with snacks you’d find at the ballpark, like peanuts and candy. Cover all the bases by decorating with your favorite team’s colors. Batter up!
42. Simple Geometry
When it comes to decorating for an upcoming baby boy’s party, sometimes it’s best to keep it simple. This beautifully decorated baby boy shower sticks to a simple theme decorated with sweet succulents, shades of blue and white and simple geometric shapes.
43. Cute Confetti
An easy way to create a baby shower theme is by purchasing an animal-shaped hole punch to make your own confetti. Here, whale shapes cut from different shades of blue can be sprinkled around your ocean-themed party.
44. Precious Cargo
When it comes to baby shower themes, the sky’s the limit! Why not decorate your baby boy shower with classic airplanes, vintage details and bright colors to celebrate the arrival of precious cargo? A sweet flag banner advertises the baby’s arrival in style.
45. Secret Garden
Who said flowers are only for girls? Hints of blue make this secret garden baby shower a fabulous fit for a boy. Framed floral art hangs on the wall and faux grass serves as a perfect table runner. Tiny potted plants and little succulents are great party favors.
46. Mother Goose
Base your little boy’s baby shower theme on your favorite nursery rhyme, such as this Mother Goose shower. For party decor that’s straight out of a story book, use children’s building blocks to spell out the new baby’s name.
47. To The Moon And Back
An expecting mom will be over the moon when you throw her a baby shower inspired by the sweet saying, “I love you to the moon and back.” A color palette of blue, white and plaid paired with celestial sweets and cosmic cupcakes completes the look.
48. Blue Spring
If you’re planning a baby shower in the springtime, mix touches of baby blue and gold with fresh floral decor for a cheery spring vibe. Dazzle your party guests with color coordinating tasty treats, like blue and gold macarons and puffed rice treats with blue drizzle.
49. Modern Aztec
It’s okay to stray from traditional baby themes. With cacti and shades of coral, this modern Aztec baby shower is sure to provide a lovely afternoon. The vibrant colors pop when paired with crisp white linens. Give your guests adorably decorated sugar cookies to take home.
50. Garden Baby
Throwing an outdoor baby shower? Make it a garden party theme by adding small potted plants to the tables. Bring out the natural beauty of your surroundings by keeping your table decor minimal and using a palette of neutrals and greens.
51. Oh Boy
Your baby shower can celebrate all the femininity of the mom-to-be while including classy hints of “boy” like this lovely outdoor garden party. A gorgeous fresh floral display spells out “OH BOY” so all the party guests know there’s a little man on the way.
52. Royal Baby
The little prince is on his way and what better way to celebrate the mom-to-be than with a glamorous royal baby shower with gold decor? From top to bottom, this baby boy shower goes above and beyond with details in gold and blue, from the luxurious canopy over the table to the layer cake with a crown on top.
53. Forest Leaves
It’s the little details that make a themed party really stand out. From the decor to the party favors, make sure your theme is represented in every way. This baby shower for a boy uses forest leaf decorations to complement its fox theme.
54. Mini Cooper
This adorable vintage-inspired baby shower plays on the future baby boy’s name with a Mini Cooper theme for a baby named—you guessed it—Cooper. If you’re not having a baby named Cooper, a Volkswagen “love bug” is another cute car-themed idea.
55. Gone Golfing
Design your baby shower around Dad’s favorite pastime with this golf-themed baby shower. The colors green and blue combine to give the party a fun and festive feel and it wouldn’t be a golf party without argyle plaid. The treat table is covered with astroturf to look just like a putting green and then filled with drool-worthy golf-themed treats. Fore!
56. Rustic Vintage
Whether you’re designing a home or decorating a baby shower, rustic decor is right on trend. Use vintage blues and soft earthy colors to create a rustic theme for your baby boy’s shower. An antique sofa on the lawn makes a unique space for opening baby shower gifts and posing for pictures.
57. Baa-Baa Baby
Lambs symbolize tenderness and innocence, making them a perfect theme for any baby shower. This little lamb shower is a vision of sweetness with peach decorations, baby’s breath, delicious cupcakes and cutesy water bottles.
58. Love Grows Here
If the new mom is a fan of all things natural and organic, decorate with subtle, neutral pieces like a “love grows here” cake topper. Don’t miss the tasty organic finger foods and eco-friendly paper straws.
59. Little Lamb
Planning a party for a baa-by boy? Celebrate the new little lamb with a too-cute lamb-themed baby shower. A treat table decorated in shades of gray and blue perfectly complements the theme. Don’t miss the adorable DIY lamb pom-pom garland.
60. Staying Neutral
Choose soft earth tones and muted patterns for your baby boy shower decorations to maintain a more neutral theme. Tiny paper onesies clipped to a miniature clothesline make the most adorable cake topper while a muted blue chevron pattern adds a soft and subtle look to the theme.
61. Honey Bear
This sweet shower theme started with a delicious recipe for peanut butter and honey cupcakes. Adorable details bring the honey theme to life, like the Papa, Mama and Baby Bear honey bottles to the tasty honey stick snacks. Give out honey-themed candy bags and local honey in mason jars for guests to take home.
62. Beach Baby
A beach-themed baby shower will be a breath of fresh air for a new mom-to-be. When designing your tablescapes, add a few sea stars, seashells and touches of wicker and wood to your baby blue table settings to bring the beach theme to life.
63. Cute Clothesline
Check off party decorations and a baby gift in one shopping trip by using onesies, bibs and plush toys as the decorations for the baby shower. Pin them to a tiny clothesline over the treat table and you’re ready to party.
64. Modern Geometric
This modern baby boy shower’s decor is based on a theme of geometric shapes in various shades of blue. The party was packed with adorable geometric details, from the round donuts and cake pop treats to the chevron decor and chalkboard signs. Don’t miss the onesie-shaped cookies with geometric designs.
65. Baby Blues
Let everyone know there’s a baby boy on the way by decorating with many shades of blue. From the baby blue frilly tablecloth to Tiffany blue candies, light blue cupcakes and blue balloons, there will be no doubt that a baby boy is on the way.
66. Block Party
With light blue and white colors and baby block decor, this shower has perfected the classic baby boy theme. Simple white dishes beautifully display an array of drool-worthy desserts from sweet sugar cookies to classic cupcakes. Simple blue satin ribbon crisscrosses a whiteboard to form a simple and elegant backdrop while a baby banner drapes across the front of the table.
67. Wonderful Woodland
Create the ever-popular woodland-themed baby shower by combining cute details like forest animals and gorgeous greenery. Natural elements, like wood and tree stumps, make wonderful food and dessert risers that perfectly complement your theme.
68. Keep It Light
This light and lovely turquoise baby boy shower sticks to the classics with bottle and bib-shaped cookies. Banners and streamers accent the space while big, white block letters that spell out B-A-B-Y remind all the guests what they’re celebrating.
69. If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
A little boy is on his way and there’s no better way to celebrate the mom-to-be than with a classic book like “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” by Laura Numeroff. Don’t forget to serve milk and chocolate chip cookies and give guests a copy of the book to take home.
70. A Pea In The Pod
This super cute “pea in the pod” baby shower theme calls for bright green decor, like cupcakes with pea pods on top and cookies with green M&M’s baked into them. This theme also works great for twins and triplets!
71. It’s Magic
Celebrate the magic of life by throwing a magic show baby shower. Set the stage with red velvet curtains and a matching tablecloth. Then, add in DIY top hat popcorn cups and cupcakes, then surprise guests with their own “bag of Trix” party favors. Abracadabra!
72. Vintage White
Vintage toys, sweet baby’s breath flowers and white decorations combine to create this fun and elegant dessert table for a baby shower. Tasty treats on pedestals surround a wooden carved carousel horse. Vintage building blocks spell out the new baby boy’s name.
73. Baby Batman
An assortment of Batman onesies and baby clothes make great decorations for an action-packed Batman-themed baby shower. No jokers here—a whimsical onesie is printed with the phrase, “I just spent 9 months in the batcave.”
74. She’s Nesting
Mom-to-be is nesting, so throw her an aptly themed bird baby shower. This nesting bird shower is decorated with adorable details like birdhouses, bird cages and little egg nest cupcakes and a robin’s egg blue and white color palette.
75. Now I Know My ABCs
Baby boy showers don’t always have to be blue. This cheery yellow and gray shower celebrates the future scholar with an alphabet theme. Giant ABCs are the centerpiece for a drool-worthy dessert table decked out in chevron print and fresh flowers.
76. Born To Be Wild
Welcome the bouncing baby boy into the world with an adorable and modern wild safari theme. Paint animal figurines white and pair with natural wood and greenery for your centerpieces. Use muted colors like gray, mustard yellow and aqua blue to give the decor a modern touch.
77. Bun In The Oven
Here’s an adorably delicious party idea for someone with a “bun in the oven.” Guests will love the homemade cinnamon buns and the drink station, decorated with pint-sized rolling pins and paper fans. The new mom will love getting sweet advice from her family and friends.
78. Come Sail Away
Help mom-to-be celebrate the journey of life by hosting an adventure and sailing themed baby shower. Special touches include a DIY banner reminding guests that “Life is a journey” and other world-map-inspired decorations. Cute paper sails give cupcakes a nautical touch.
79. Star Wars
Why not host an out-of-this-world Star Wars party for the little Jedi to be? Include fun little details like R2D2-shaped cookies and cupcakes topped with cute characters from the series.
80. Rubber Ducky, You’re The One
Reminding us of the sweet innocence of childhood, the rubber ducky toy is a great symbol on which to base a baby shower. A yellow, white and blue color scheme pairs perfectly with the theme. Warm wishes for the new baby boy are handwritten and pinned to a blue board.
81. The Next Best Thing
If you can’t host your baby shower on the beach, bringing the beach to your home is the next best thing! Decorate your tables with sand dollars, seashells, driftwood, fans of coral and seagulls. A mix of blues and neutrals transports you to the sea.
82. Vintage Circus
Step right up! How about a baby shower under the Big Top? Red and white tulle, vintage posters and a burlap banner transport party guests to the age of the circus. DIY personalized party favors and red and white striped snack boxes will amaze and delight men, women and children of all ages.
83. A Baby Is Brewing
Craft an unexpected beer-themed baby shower that’s perfect for a beer-loving couple. Create a cool backdrop with yellow and copper tissue paper fans. Add in accents of metallic gold and hang a fun beer garland. Don’t forget to serve non-alcoholic brew for the mom-to-be. Cheers!
84. Farmer’s Market
This farmer’s market theme is perfect for an intimate gathering celebrating a bouncing baby boy. A long wooden table is decorated with a burlap runner, flowers and candles in shades of cream and blue. Each place setting includes a sweet berry basket party favor filled with local honey and home-baked bread.
85. Navy & Gold
There aren’t many color combinations more classic than deep navy and rich gold. Paired together, they are the perfect palette for a sophisticated baby boy shower. To create an intimate gathering space to shower the new mom with love, a table is elegantly adorned with gold vases filled with fresh flowers.
86. Fall For You
Baby showers are fun any time of year, but if you’re throwing a party in the autumn months, use the season as inspiration for your theme. Mini pumpkins and color-changing leaves make great decorations for a fall baby boy shower.
87. Fantastic Forest
Baby showers lend themselves to being fun parties, and the woodland forest theme is an extremely popular one. Just use hints of greenery, wood and lots of adorable forest animals—you’ll create a forest theme for your baby boy shower.
88. Baby Love
Add your own spin to a classic blue baby boy shower, like the gold crowns in this shower to welcome the new prince. This treat table was decorated from top to bottom with blue and gold and covered in treats fit for royalty. Intricate details and a glamorous palette made this party one to remember.
89. Sweet As Can Bee
Everyone will be buzzing about this baby shower for the mom-to-BEE! It all comes down to the details, like these cookies colored in gold, bright yellow and black paired with honeycombs and stripes. Special touches like these really bring your theme to life.
90. Baby Mickey
Mickey Mouse is a timeless icon of childhood, making it a classic baby shower theme that will never go out of style. Pastel colors and an array of vintage pedestals and serving dishes give this sweets table a vintage feeling.
91. Fire Truck or Cars
A sweet vintage fire truck toy serves as the inspiration for this baby boy shower. Combine an adorable themed party cake and scrumptious cupcakes with matching utensils and napkins to create a fire-truck-themed baby shower celebrating the newest little hero.
92. Lil Elephant
Celebrate the upcoming arrival of your sweet baby boy with a baby elephant theme. White pedestals and yellow flowers decorate the sweets table that wouldn’t be complete without a too-cute elephant-topped cake and frosted cookies.
93. Little Pumpkin
Hosting a baby shower during the fall months? Celebrate the sweet little pumpkin with a pumpkin-themed baby boy shower. Carved out pumpkins make terrific flower vases with a color palette of bright orange and brilliant blue. Don’t forget to serve pumpkin pie for dessert!
94. Pin The Bow On The Onesie
Here’s a really fun party activity for your “Little Man” themed baby bash. Create a throwback baby boy shower theme with bowties, mustaches and top hats and then have your party guests play a game of “pin the bow on the onesie.”
95. On A Roll
Does the new mommy-to-be have a sweet tooth? Then this cinnamon roll baby shower is just the party for her! It’s rich with cinnamon sticks, tree stumps and greenery and perfectly coordinated in shades of brown, green and gold.
96. Out Of This World
Encourage your new little boy to reach for the moon with an outer space baby shower that’s perfect for parents who are fans of science or sci-fi. Guests will have a blast decorating a space suit for the baby and creating a map of the baby’s galaxy.
97. B Is For Boy
B is for baby shower! Base your baby boy bash on the letter B where you can serve blue cupcakes, blueberry soda and bowtie pasta. Cute little cards label all the food and treats—that, of course, all start with the letter B. When it comes to this baby shower theme, B is for brilliant!
98. Up, Up And Away
This sky-themed baby boy shower is decorated with a cloud and airplane garland to liven up a plain backdrop. Grass green faux fur couldn’t be a cuter table topper, especially when paired with cloud-shaped candies and a control tower cake.
99. Woodland Treats
Check out this tasty treat table from a woodland-themed baby shower. A rustic cake, simple salads and snacks are right on theme in metal buckets with chalkboard labels and surrounded by tree branches and pine cones. Finish the look with blue and orange fabric fringe and a pine cone garland.
With an endless array of baby boy shower themes to choose from, you’ll no doubt find some party inspiration here! Always remember to add your own personal touches and pay attention to the details. Then, whether it’s a fun garden party, a jungle theme or whatever unique idea you dream up, mom-to-be will always remember her special day.