The Evolution of a Wreath

I’ve made a lot of wreaths, but one I made recently for my new sitting room might just be my favorite ever. I captured a SnapChat story of the process, and it seemed like a fun thing to share here on the blog, too.

Step one:

Wreath Evolution at BetweenWeekdays.com

Step Two:

Wreath Evolution at BetweenWeekdays.com

Step Three:

Wreath Evolution at BetweenWeekdays.com

All of the flowers came from a local trash to treasure sale a few months back. They were all together in a vase, and they just didn’t look appealing in their current state. However, the flowers themselves were great quality and very pretty, so I knew I’d find a use for them. I just kept adding flowers to my wreath form until I liked the way it looked, and then I wrapped the rest of the form with some burlap ribbon I had on hand. All in all, this was a great way to repurpose faux florals, and I love the way the new wreath looks in my sitting room.

(Linking up to TDC.)

Top 10 Most Pinned Posts

We are having a dreary, rainy day here in Tennessee, so naturally I’ve been wasting time on Pinterest. During a search for a housewarming gift, a project of mine popped up (See number 9 below)! This exciting find led me on a hunt to find my post popular posts on Pinterest.

1. Three Easy Kabob Recipes

Grilled Chicken Pineapple Kabobs at BetweenWeekdays.com

2. How to Can Spaghetti Sauce (Recipe Included!)

How to Can Spaghetti Sauce from BetweenWeekdays.com

3. Red Front Door

Red Front Door at BetweenWeekdays.com

4. Crafting a Hot Pink and Zebra Baby Shower Corsage

DIY Corsage at BetweenWeekdays.com

5. My Favorite Taco Seasoning Spice Blend

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6. Pinterest-Inspired Baby Shower Projects

Pinterest inspired baby shower projects at BetweenWeekdays.com

7. How to Make a Tutu Wreath

How to make a Tutu Wreath at BetweenWeekdays.com

8. DIY Paint Chip Art

DIY Paint Chip Art from BetweenWeekdays.com

9. DIY Keepsake Art

DIY Keepsake Art at BetweenWeekdays.com

10. How to Make a Clothespin Photo Wreath for the Laundry Room

DIY Clothespin Wreath at BetweenWeekdays.com

Honorable Mention:

Easy Strawberry Shortcake Trifle Recipe

Strawberry Shortcake Trifle Recipe at BetweenWeekdays.com

Out of Treats Sign for Trick or Treaters

I’ve heard that my new neighborhood is a hot spot for trick or treaters. As in, I can expect hundreds of trick or treaters to visit my home October 31.Yikes!

I’ve already started buying candy (in bulk), but I’m still worried that I won’t have enough. Enter this adorable sign I saw on Pinterest. Cute, right? And totally DIY-able. (For those of you who don’t want to click over to Pinterest, it’s a sign you hang on your door announcing that you are out of treats.)

Luckily, I let Hobby Lobby do most of the hard work for me.

Out of Treats Sign for Trick or Treaters at BetweenWeekdays.com

I recently found this adorable sign at Hobby Lobby for $2.99 — with 40 percent off! I don’t think I could have made it myself that cheaply. However, this sign only advertises that we have treats available. The back side was lacking when I purchased it, but with a few DIY touches, I knew it could be something really fun.

Out of Treats Sign for Trick or Treaters at BetweenWeekdays.com

Tons of potential, right? I thought so, too.

3Out of Treats Sign for Trick or Treaters at BetweenWeekdays.com

Using my Silhouette I cut some vinyl words and polka dots to add to the back of the sign. Some cute bows hid the staples and finished off my little sign nicely. When we run out of candy at the end of the night, all we have to do is flip the sign over.

Here’s hoping we won’t have to worry about our doorbell being rang a million times after dark. How have you been preparing for Halloween?

 

I’m linking up to TDC’s Before & After Party.

How to Make a Clothespin Photo Wreath for the Laundry Room

My laundry room is about 50 percent complete. We painted, bought a new washer and dryer, added some temporary storage, hung some art and called it done for now. Well, “done for now” is driving me crazy. As it turns out, I don’t like unfinished projects. So, I decided to tackle something I’ve had on the list for awhile: making the space more personal.

I toyed around with a lot of different ideas for making the space feel more like me. I knew I wanted to be able to add photos at random. At first, I considered a memo board, but I’ve been there, done that. Then, I thought about adding cork with push pins. But that didn’t seem like me. I thought about hanging a ribbon and pinning photos to that, but that seems like kitten bait.

One day I woke up and knew exactly what I was going to do. It was a true moment of clarity. I decided to make a clothespin wreath that could look pretty on its own, but also hold photos of friends and family. I know, it’s probably not a very original thought, but I’m in love with the final product.

DIY Clothespin Wreath at BetweenWeekdays.com

Here’s how I did it:

Supplies:

Clothespin Wreath Supplies from BetweenWeekdays.com

Clothespins (purchased at the Dollar Tree)
14″ Wire Wreath Form
Ribbon
Hot Glue

Happily, I had everything but the clothespins on hand, so this project cost me a grand total of $2.

Instructions:

1. Decide on a placement. I decided I wanted all but a few of my clothespins facing out in order to maximize the number of photographs that could be displayed. At the very top of my wreath, there are four clothespins that face inward so a photo or two can be located inside the wreath.

Clothespin Wreath Placement from BetweenWeekdays.com

 

2. Glue all of your clothespins into place. I found it best to place a line of glue on the highest two bars of the wreath from and then lay down the pins before the glue dried.

Gluing Clothespins at BetweenWeekdays.com

3. If you want, add some decorative elements to your wreath. I decided to make some ribbon rosettes following this tutorial. The wreath looked pretty enough on its own, but I think the addition of the ribbon rosettes are a pretty, final touch.

4. Add a ribbon to the top of your wreath for hanging purposes. I added a simple bow to the top, but a loop of ribbon would also look great.

5. Add photos and enjoy!

DIY Clothespin Wreath Tutorial at BetweenWeekdays.com

Our laundry room may still have a long way to go, but at least I’m feeling a little better about its appearance. This $2, 20-minute project goes a long way in making the laundry room a happier place to be. For now, I’ll be arranging and rearranging different photos on my new wreath!

I’m linking up to Thrifty Decor Chick.

Large-Scale DIY Paint Chip Art

I’ve been on the paint chip art bandwagon for awhile now. In fact, I actually made this piece of art back in April of 2011. I just never shared it. Oops!

DIY Paint Chip Art from BetweenWeekdays.com

You see, I actually worked on this during a week when we didn’t have power following a line of tornadoes that moved through our area. We were very fortunate, but many in our community were not. It was a scary time for us, and I suppose that’s why I never shared this project that was completed during the few hours of daylight we had every day after work.

Now that the heavy stuff is out of the way, on with the crafting!

I used four different paint chip colors from Behr’s Premium Plus Ultra line. On a side note, I have used this paint on a piece of furniture I refinished and loved it!

The colors are: (clockwise) pencil point, ozone, burnished clay and elephant skin.

I chose the colors for their fantastic shape and how well they tied in with the colors in our first home. Elephant skin is a close match to the paint color used in the living room and kitchen, and ozone is very similar to the color in the master bedroom and bathroom.

All I did was decide on a pattern and use double-stick tape to keep it all together. Voila! Instant, free art! The frame itself is rather large (33 ½ x 27 ½), but I love the visual impact it has on the wall. I purchased it at Michaels.

All in all, I’d say this is any easy project for any DIY-er looking to add visual interest to a blank wall.

This post was originally shared September 23, 2012. When I moved from to a self-hosted blog, some of my favorite posts seemed to get lost in the shuffle. During the next month or so, you may see more posts like this.

 

I’m partying at Funky Polkadod Giraffe, Thrifty Decor Chick and If It’s Not Baroque.  

Pinterest-Inspired Baby Shower Projects

Last week I shared with you some of what I’ve been pinning for an upcoming baby shower I’m throwing for a pair of dear friends. Today, I want to show you what I’ve been working on.

Feed the Pig

Feed the Pig Baby Shower Decor BetweenWeekdays.com

I just love this idea. I found the white piggy bank at Walmart for $3. I already had the paper and ribbon on hand. I love that the piggy bank is a simple white, because it will easily fit into any nursery’s design.

The piggy bank and whatever collects inside will go home with the parents-to-be at the end of the shower. I may have already added some contents to Sir Piggy.

I first saw inspiration for this project here.

Daddy-to-Be Corsage

I obviously don’t except the soon-to-be dad to wear a floral corsage with billowing ribbons, but I think this version might just suit him

Dad-to-Be Corsage from BetweenWeekdays.com

The adorable baby and stork picture was free clipart I found online. I simply saved it to my computer, opened it in PicMonkey and added the words. Then I added the ribbon and glued it all together. Simple and free!

I first saw inspiration for this project here.

Cast Your Vote Gender Chalkboard

Chalkboards are all over Pinterest, so it’s about time I jumped on board, too!

Cast Your Vote Gender Chalk Board from BetweenWeekdays.com

Have I mentioned that the gender of the baby is unknown? The parents are hoping to find out the gender before baby is born, but that won’t happen before their shower. This is the closest thing to a game we’ll have for guests, so hopefully they will really enjoy making predictions.

I purchased the chalk board at a yard sale for $2 and added the words with my Silhouette SD. I already had the jars holding the chalk, which I think was around .89¢ for a four pack I’ll let our nephew play with this summer. Once again, this is another inexpensive project ringing in at around $3.

I first saw inspiration for this project here.

Faux Floral Corsage

DIY Baby Shower Corsage from BetweenWeekdays.com

Admittedly, I pinned myself for this project, since I knew I wanted to make a corsage similar to the one I made for my Sister-in-Law. The only difference between how I made this one and the zebra corsage is that this corsage does not have a removable hair bow. Since we don’t know the gender of the baby, I didn’t feel that step was necessary. However, the mom-to-be can cut off the ribbons and still use the flower as a pin if she wants to after the shower.

Click here for the full tutorial to make your own corsage.

Framed Onesie Line

Framed Onesie Line from BetweenWeekdays.com

I love this. I think it is simple and beautiful. I also love that I got the frame for FREE at a yard sale. The onesies were around $6 and will go home with the parents at the end of the shower. I’m guessing the parents will get sick of yellow pretty soon, so these are all size newborn.

To make this I cleaned up the ivory frame and stapled ribbon to the inside edge of the frame where the glass would go with a staple gun. The clothespins were each painted turquoise on the sides and backs, and then I Mod Podged strips of paper to the front. I’ll also send home the clothespins with the parents.

This project is similar to the clothespin line I created for my sister-in-law.

I first saw inspiration for this project here.

That’s the round-up of Pinterest-inspired baby shower projects. I’m really pleased with how well all of these turned out. I’m looking forward to sharing more details of the baby shower with you soon! The shower is the first weekend in June, and I’m already well on track to being ready well in advance.

p.s. If you’re interested in any of the baby shower projects I completed for my sister’s-in-law baby shower, click any of the links below.

A Baby Shower Menu 

Drop-In Baby Shower Games

Baby Shower Entertainment for a 5 Year Old

How to Make a TuTu Wreath

How to Make a Baby Shower Corsage

Gifting Baby Shower Decor to Parents to Be

Planning a Baby Shower

I’m linking up to the Pinterest Challenge over at Young House Love and Bower Power. I’m partying at Between Naps on the Porch, Thrifty Decor Chick and Funky Polkadot Giraffe. Join me!

Baby Shower Gifts

Also known as: All the loot the expectant parents took home!

You may have surmised by now that the expectant parents took home quite a bit just from shower decorations and shower games alone. I thought it would be fun to share what the parents left with from us and a few other memorable gifts, as well.

Of course, I sent the hot pink and black tutu wreath I crafted home with the expecting parents. My sister-in-law said she would hang it on the nursery door. I’m so happy to know that my new niece will have a reminder of us every time she enters her nursery.

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I also gave the tissue paper pom poms I crafted to the expecting parents. I’m not sure if they’ll use them in the nursery, but I sure hope they do. Since infants spend so much time looking up, I think baby Addyson would enjoy seeing them for at least her first few months.

PomPoms

I also sent home all 64 socks (and the decorative booties and the zebra notepad) from the sock guessing game. Since the expectant father guessed the exact number of socks, he also took home the door prize: “What To Expect When You’re Expecting.” Lucky thing.

BabyShowerGame

The parents also took home the completed Wishes for Baby cards. I hope they’ll put them in a photo album or something to look back on. I also sent them with several blank cards that they can ask other family members who were unable to attend the shower to fill out.

They took home all of the onesies from the onesie line. Some were newborn and others went up to 6 months. I also sent the clothespins I dressed up with some paint and scrapbook paper.

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On that table, you’ll also notice a picture frame with a ultrasound picture. I added the zebra mat (it was just scrapbook paper) and added the baby’s name to the picture. I think it was one of the expectant mom’s favorite shower decor items. Also on that table is a newborn headband and the thank you card envelopes guests filled out; both of which the parents took home. On the mantle is a framed baby shower invitation, which I also sent home. Since I have the digital file, I don’t think I need a hard copy.

There was another newborn headband hiding out on the beverage table that I also sent home as a gift.

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Of course, the baby shower corsage I crafted went home with them. I was pleased that the expectant mom wore it for the entire length of the shower. She was also pretty excited that it transitions to a bow for the baby later.

ExpectantMom

You’ll notice in the picture above that the gift table behind the expectant mom was very full of gifts! Three of them were from us. One of the gifts was the activity basket I put together for our nephew. It provided quite a bit of entertainment for him during the shower.

I also couldn’t help but buy a couple of gifts to wrap up for the gift table. The first was a hot pink and zebra Carter’s diaper bag that I found at Ross. I thought it would be the perfect size for quick trips.

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The last gift from us was a pair of adorable bibs I found at Babies R Us.

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Here’s a few of the other sweet gifts the expectant parents took home with them:

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I’m happy that we were able to provide them with this shower and all of the gifts. But, most of all, I’m happy that we were able to celebrate this special time together as one family. (I’m also thankful that they took most of the baby shower decor items home with them! This made clean up a breeze!)

This post marks the last of the baby shower posts for my sister-in-law. Luckily my “brother” is expecting his first later this year, so I’ll be throwing him a shower this summer! Oh yeah!

Want to look back at all of the hot pink and zebra baby shower goodness? Click any of the links below for all the details for my sister’s-in-law baby shower.

Baby Shower Gifts

A Baby Shower Menu

Drop-In Baby Shower Games

Pretty in Pink [and zebra] Baby Shower

Baby Shower Entertainment for a 5 Year Old (I Hope)

Baby Shower: T-Minus 11 Days

Baby Shower Decor: How To Make A Tutu Wreath

Crafting a Hot Pink and Zebra Baby Shower Corsage

Getting the House Ready

Planning a Baby Shower

 

Baby Shower: T-Minus 11 Days

I cannot believe there’s only 11 days left until I’m hosting a baby shower for my sister-in-law. Yikes! This is the largest gathering I’ve ever hosted, and it’s the first baby shower I’ve ever given.

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A lot of progress has been made. In fact, the list I first shared in my planning a baby shower post is very nearly complete:

  • Finish decorating, renovating, painting, unpacking, etc. our house. This is a priority No.1. Not all of the rooms have to be perfect, but the main areas of the house need to be presentable. Update: We’ve accomplished as much decorating, renovating, painting and unpacking as we’re going to before the shower. Since a house is never truly “finished” when it comes to decorating, there are still doors to paint and a few boxes in the garage to unpack, we’re calling this done for the shower. 
  • Plan a menu — See here.
  • Coordinate pet sitters for the day of. Update: The dogs are taken care of, but I still need to arrange a sitter for Winter. I’m thinking a daycare option is the way to go.
  • Craft a corsage for the guest of honor. Update: See more here!
  • Buy paper platescupsutensilsnapkins.
  • Purchase food. Ask mother-in-law to help. Update: We’re taking an expedition to Sam’s Club a couple of days before the shower. I’ve already made my shopping list!
  • Purchase balloons for outdoor decor and to alert friends and family where we live since this will be the first time most people have been to our house. Update: I actually found a helium tank on a major sale, so we’ll be able to inflate the balloons the morning of the shower at home.
  • Rent or DIY table linens. Update: I think I might need to arrange for a few more linens. Oops!
  • Rent/borrow extra tables.
  • Rent/Purchase ice bucket and scoop. Don’t forget to buy ice on the day of the shower!
  • DIY/Purchase decor. I’ve got some cute ideas!  Update: This is done! I can’t wait to show you how everything comes together for the shower!
  • Do I have enough serving dishes for food? Rent/borrow/purchase extras, if needed. Update: I think we’re good here, but I’m hesitant to cross it off the list just yet.
  • Order invitations. Ask grandparents to address and mail out.
  • Plan and coordinate games. I don’t want to do the typical baby shower games, so I’m thinking door prizes instead. Update: This is also something I can’t wait to share with you!
  • Purchase favors. This is done! I bought these cuties and can’t wait for them to arrive.
  • Decorate favor display stand. Update: This was not fun to put together, but I’m pleased with how it turned out. 

As far as this list is concerned, I’m in pretty good shape! All that’s left is to arrange for a sitter for Winter, ensure I have the proper serving plates, purchase the food and, possibly, arrange for some more table linens. I’m feeling good!

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But, then, I remembered that other list I shared. The one about getting the house ready.

  1. Clear the clutter, find homes for things and get rid of what we don’t need. Update: I’m working on it!
  2. Finish hanging blinds throughout the house. 
  3. Fix fireplace mantle and surround. Update: I can’t wait to show you this later this week!
  4. Hang some art. Update: I think, for now, there are only two pieces of art left to be hung. 
  5. Clean! Update: I’m working on it, but I’ll do a deep clean of the house the week of the shower. 
  6. Finish painting trim. Update: This isn’t going to happen before the shower, so I’m calling it done for now.

Since all of the major items are crossed off of the above list, I feel really, really good about my progress on the house. With only 11 days to go, I actually feel like we’ll be ready! Since I love/need to-do lists, here’s my new one to help me not miss a thing:

  1. Arrange a sitter for Winter
  2. Ensure I have the proper serving pieces
  3. Purchase food
  4. Possibly arrange for more table linens
  5. Clear the clutter, find homes for things and get rid of what we don’t need.
  6. Finish hanging art.
  7. Clean!
  8. Set out decorations the night before the shower
  9. Finish wrapping gifts
  10. Don’t forget to buy ice on the morning of the shower!

Let’s do this!

Want to read more posts about the baby shower? Click any link below to read more!

Baby Shower Gifts

A Baby Shower Menu

Drop-In Baby Shower Games

Pretty in Pink [and zebra] Baby Shower

Baby Shower Entertainment for a 5 Year Old (I Hope)

Baby Shower: T-Minus 11 Days

Baby Shower Decor: How To Make A Tutu Wreath

Crafting a Hot Pink and Zebra Baby Shower Corsage

Getting the House Ready

Planning a Baby Shower

Baby Shower Decor: How To Make A Tutu Wreath

I know tutu wreaths are nothing new in the blogosphere, but I still think they’re pretty cute. When I first started thinking about baby shower decor I knew I wanted some sort of wreath I could hang at my house for the shower that could then go home for the baby’s nursery, which is decorated in hot pink and zebra. A tutu wreath seemed like a perfect fit.

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Supplies:

Straw Wreath Form
Felt
Straight Pins
Tulle (I used 86 yards)

How to:

1. Cover the wreath form with felt. I like to cut the felt in strips and then wrap it around the form securing the pieces with straight pins. Be sure to cut the felt narrow enough so that it doesn’t bunch as you go around the wreath form.

2. Cut the tulle to size. I used a piece of a cardboard box to ensure all of my pieces were the same. I simply wrapped the tulle around the cardboard and then cut one end of it. This ensured all of the tulle strips were the same size, which happened to be double the length of cardboard since I only made one cut.

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3. After I had all of my pieces cut to size, I began adding them to my wreath form. I found that the simplest way to accomplish this was by finding the middle of the strip of tulle, folding it around the wreath form, then pulling the ends through tight and tying a knot to hold it in place. It sounds more complicated than it actually is.

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4. After you finish with one color, alternate to your next color. I chose to use two colors, but you could certainly use more or only one. Totally up to you. I decided to not try to keep all the bands of color the same exact length, but to, instead, make a somewhat random pattern. If you want to keep the bands of color the same, I would recommend using a ruler rather than counting knots. I found that nine knots in pink didn’t match nine knots in black, and even my next set of nine pink knots didn’t match the first. I like random.

WreathProgression

5. Finally, you’ll end up with a completely-covered wreath form! I decided to crinkle the tulle up a bit to make it look more like a little girl’s tutu, but you could totally straighten them out for longer tulle strips.

Between Weekdays: TuTu Wreath

I’m making a lot of progress on my baby shower to-do list! Here’s my progress so far:

  • Finish decorating, renovating, painting, unpacking, etc. our house. This is a priority No.1. Not all of the rooms have to be perfect, but the main areas of the house need to be presentable.
  • Plan a menu — See here.
  • Coordinate pet sitters for the day of.
  • Craft a corsage for the guest of honor.
  • Buy paper platescupsutensilsnapkins.
  • Purchase food. Ask mother-in-law to help.
  • Purchase balloons for outdoor decor and to alert friends and family where we live since this will be the first time most people have been to our house.
  • Rent or DIY table linens.
  • Rent/borrow extra tables.
  • Rent/Purchase ice bucket and scoop. Don’t forget to buy ice on the day of the shower!
  • DIY/Purchase decor. I’ve got some cute ideas! This is very nearly done.
  • Do I have enough serving dishes for food? Rent/borrow/purchase extras, if needed.
  • Order invitations. Ask grandparents to address and mail out.
  • Plan and coordinate games. I don’t want to do the typical baby shower games, so I’m thinking door prizes instead.
  • Purchase favors. This is done! I bought these cuties and can’t wait for them to arrive.
  • Decorate favor display stand.

Want to read more posts about the baby shower? Click any link below to read more!

Baby Shower Gifts

A Baby Shower Menu

Drop-In Baby Shower Games

Pretty in Pink [and zebra] Baby Shower

Baby Shower Entertainment for a 5 Year Old (I Hope)

Baby Shower: T-Minus 11 Days

Baby Shower Decor: How To Make A Tutu Wreath

Crafting a Hot Pink and Zebra Baby Shower Corsage

Getting the House Ready

Planning a Baby Shower

I’m linking up to TDC’s Before and After Party and to Creatively Tuesday. Join me!

Crafting a Hot Pink and Zebra Baby Shower Corsage

With my sister’s-in-law baby shower less than a month away, I’ve been in full planning and cleaning modes. But I’ve also been getting a little crafty, too! I made her the cutest corsage to wear during the shower.

BetweenWeekdaysBabyShowerCorsage

 

Here’s how I did it:

Supplies:

CorsageSupplies

Lots of coordinating ribbon
Card stock, cut into two circles
Flower hair bow (I purchased this one at Hobby Lobby)
Stapler
Scissors

Step 1: Cut a slit into the card stock for the hair bow. This way, the bow can be removed from the corsage after the shower and used again.

CorsageBack

Step 2: Staple ribbons onto card stock in any pattern you want. You’ll be left with a pretty unsightly piece of card stock, but don’t worry! We’re going to cover that up in a minute.

StapledCorsage

 

Step 3: Hot glue your other piece of card stock on top of the first to hide the staples. Cut a slit through the second piece of card stock that matched the first.

That’s it! Easy peasy, plus I think it’s pretty cute. If the ribbon is too long, I can trim it down before the shower. Here’s hoping she loves it!

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I’m beginning to knock items off of my to-do list. Here’s my progress so far:

  • Finish decorating, renovating, painting, unpacking, etc. our house. This is a priority No.1. Not all of the rooms have to be perfect, but the main areas of the house need to be presentable.
  • Plan a menu — See here.
  • Coordinate pet sitters for the day of.
  • Craft a corsage for the guest of honor.
  • Buy paper plates, cups, utensilsnapkins.
  • Purchase food. Ask mother-in-law to help.
  • Purchase balloons for outdoor decor and to alert friends and family where we live since this will be the first time most people have been to our house.
  • Rent or DIY table linens.
  • Rent/borrow extra tables.
  • Rent/Purchase ice bucket and scoop. Don’t forget to buy ice on the day of the shower!
  • DIY/Purchase decor. I’ve got some cute ideas!
  • Do I have enough serving dishes for food? Rent/borrow/purchase extras, if needed.
  • Order invitations. Ask grandparents to address and mail out.
  • Plan and coordinate games. I don’t want to do the typical baby shower games, so I’m thinking door prizes instead.
  • Purchase favors. This is done! I bought these cuties and can’t wait for them to arrive.
  • Decorate favor display stand.

I’m linking up over at 320 Sycamore and at Beyond the Picket Fence. Join me!

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