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Shabby Chic Little Birdie Themed Baby Shower

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Shabby chic, pink and birdcages combined has me head over heels, but throw in ruffle tutus, banana cream shooters & a bubbly bar, and I’m in LOVE! Taleen of Simple Little Details threw her sister-in-law a beautiful Shabby Chic Little Birdie Themed Baby Shower that has the perfect combination of rustic, glam and delicate pretty details! (For more beautiful birdcage inspired party ideas go here and here!)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Pink bird escort cards with glitter clothespins on a birdcage display
  • Mini cupcakes topped with pink bows, baby bottles and ruffle poms
  • Pink napkins + tissue flower poms, chalkboard table numbers & birdcage centerpieces with roses + hydrangeas
  • Pink ruffle tutu dessert table backdrop, “It’s a Girl” cake bunting with crochet heart edges
  • Nursery rhyme game and headband making activity

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pink macarons


pink bow cupcakes

it's a girl pink ruffle cake


birdcage flowers

mommy chair pink roses

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baby rhyme game

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baby headband activity

baby shower headband activity



PARTY DETAILS, as told by Taleen…

My sister-in-law Taline is about to have a baby girl and we wanted to throw her a baby shower that was going to be truly special and as sweet as her. The shower was a little birdie theme with a shabby chic feel. The color palette was soft pink, green, and white to keep it very feminine and light. I wanted to incorporate some vintage items such as white washed birdcages, milk glass vases, and chalkboard signs while still keeping the chic element. Some fun details for the guests included a bubbly bar, a baby headband making station, and the delectable dessert table. Overall, we wanted the shower to feel classy yet still have a cuteness to it.


Since we had a large guest count, we thought it would be easier to have assigned seating. The placecards were a pink birdie cutout that indicated the table number for each guest. They were attached with a pink glittered clothespin to a hanging bird cage photo holder. For the table numbers, I purchased chalkboards and attached a wooden flower to the corner for a feminine touch.


The tables were covered in a soft pink dotted linen and were paired with natural wood chivari chairs. The first centerpiece was a white vintage birdcage that was filled with antique green hydrangeas and soft pink garden roses. The second was a variety of white milk glass vases of varying heights that were filled with similar flowers. Each place setting had a pink and white striped napkin with a handmade tissue paper pom pom ball as the napkin holder. The mommy to be had a special ribbon treatment with a flower detail on the back of her chair to make her feel extra special!


Guests were able to grab a drink when they first arrived at the bubbly bar. There were three carafes that were filled with pomegranate, guava, and orange juice and guests got to choose which one to mix with their bubbly. There was also a fruit skewer with an “Oh Baby” tag attached that was placed in each champagne glass.


The headband station was a fun arts and crafts idea and a big hit with the guests. They got to choose the elastic band, flower and feather they wanted and glue it all together. I made a white wooden frame with twine running across for the guests to attach their creation with a pink glittered clothespin.


The backdrop of the dessert table was hanging tutus and glittered wooden letters that said “Baby Love”. The dessert table was filled with delicious sweets such as macaroons, cupcakes, and strawberry shortcake shot glasses. They were displayed on white platters and had little signs that were attached to the platters with a pink glitters clothespin. The shot glass desserts had a special wooden spoon that said, “it’s a girl” attached to them with twine. A few of the cupcakes were topped with fabric pom pom balls. The cake was covered in pink buttercream ruffles and topped with a darling “it’s a girl” cake topper.


I found these adorable baby stroller printed sachets and filled them with lavender. I truly believe in having favors that are usable and that are not going to get tossed away. These lavender sachets are great to put in your car or dresser and the scent is so refreshing. I displayed the favors by putting them in a birdcage with a mini “thanks” chalkboard sign so that people knew to grab one on the way out.

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  1. Shae March 28, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    Such a sweet shower, I love the pale pink!

  2. @TSOEvents March 28, 2013 at 5:53 pm

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  3. Autumn March 29, 2013 at 10:54 am

    I love that iron carriage! Where can I get that?

  4. Lori Baskin April 4, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    Headband kit is by LB Boutique by Lori Baskin – http://www.lb-boutique.com :)
    Adorable Baby Shower!

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  6. Mindy April 5, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    Shabby chic is usually not my cup of tea, but this is such a modern take! There are so many elements to love!

  7. Jamie April 7, 2013 at 11:30 pm

    Hello i was wondering where you purchased the bird cages?

  8. Nancy freda May 13, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    OMG So Nice!! Where did you find the printed sachet Bags. My daughter’s shower is June 8, 2013. Would love to do that

  9. Monica Silva McArthur May 23, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Where did you make those Baby Rhymes cards, they are awesome!

  10. Kathryn June 15, 2013 at 12:45 pm

    Did you make the baby rhyme cards? Is there an online template? Would love to re-create. They are adorable!

  11. bianca zamorano July 3, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    You used clothespins in a variety of ways for your shower, impressive! Those tutus are to die for!

  12. Elyse July 18, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    I love everything about this! I’m looking for ideas for a shower with the same theme, and I was excited to see you chose the exact same tiny printy invitations I am using. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

  13. Sandra Carroca January 11, 2014 at 12:28 pm

    Hi, how did you made the baby nursery rhyme?

  14. Laura Stasila March 15, 2014 at 11:13 am

    Where did you find the pink milk bottle crates that held the macaroons? Love them!

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  16. tami April 9, 2014 at 8:55 am

    Where might I get a copy of the baby nursery rhyme?

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  19. Julia Norris May 28, 2014 at 10:59 am

    Wow so many beautiful details here. Amazing!!!

  20. Teresa PRIOLO June 16, 2014 at 4:03 am

    Where did you purchase the birdcages for the tables? Love them!

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  22. Kathleen March 3, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    Where did you get the “It’s A Girl” bunting and crochet hearts?!? I love this idea and would love to get them. Thanks!

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    Hi, where did you purchase the bird cages?

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  27. Brandi Groce September 9, 2015 at 9:46 am

    Where did you get the items for the headband making station?

  28. Gina October 24, 2015 at 9:38 am

    Hi, everything about this shower is beautiful. I’m wondering where you got the game and pencil from? Was it ordered online?

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