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nautical baby shower welcome sign

This Ahoy! It’s a Boy! Nautical Baby Shower by (Captain) Angela Sims, editor of Bliss Bridal Magazine, is just filled to the brim with sea-faring details. Coming from a graphic design background myself, I’m especially smitten with the creative paper elements… scroll down for a peek at the insanely cute sailboat-shaped invitation! From silver anchor centerpieces to an adorable sailboat-topped cake, this party is chock full of incredible nautical inspiration throughout. One thing’s for sure… Baby Parker is definitely sailing into this loving family in style. ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

– Fantastic chalkboard photo booth backdrop with handwritten details about both sides of little Parker’s family
– Glittering scrapbook paper dessert table backdrop + custom hanging artwork by mom
– Ship helm-topped diaper cake, glittering anchor-wrapped candles & DIY sparkling flutes and utensils
– Mini chocolate pie pops + pretty sailboat & anchor sugar cookies

nautical ahoy it's a boy baby shower dessert table

red, white and blue nautical tablescape

typography chalkboard photo booth backdrop

nautical boy's baby shower invitation and decor

rustic and natural baby shower welcome sign and entrance

blue and silver outdoor tablescape

red rose and flower arrangement

nautical tablsecape

ship topped nautical baby shower cake

sailboat and anchor cookies and mini pies

vintage furniture sitting area

vintage crate party decor and yarn belly game

frozen ice cube baby shower game

nautical diaper cake

nautical chalkboard sailboat and whale

sailboat sign and gifts table


PARTY DETAILS as told by Angela…

I am the publisher of Bliss Bridal Magazine and since we do photo shoots daily, I wanted to go all out for my own shower. I decided on a Nautical Themed Shower with a custom made dessert board designed by me. The backdrop is glitter scrapbook paper covered over a piece of board with a custom hanging piece made by me as well.

The outdoor tables had ikea glasses that were spray painted and glittered, chargers, and silverware that were spray painted and glittered as well. Custom candles were made by mom from ribbon, rope and glitter covered anchors.

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