Sure, we're all here to celebrate baby and the mom-to-be, but let's get to the important stuff: the food. While we're busy drooling over this spread, you can contact a local CSA (community-supported agriculture) or farmers market to see if they'll cater your event. Happy belly, happy mama. Photo from Southern Living
This theme takes the shower in baby shower very literally. Photo from Pinterest
The antique, original touches add personality and charm, while the Tiffany-blue color scheme shines light on mom's good taste. It's a win-win. Photo from Kara's Party Ideas
Go rustic with pretty wooden frames, tree-trunk candles and flowers that look freshly-picked. Photo by Johnna H.
Your world is about to be turned upside down with the arrival of baby (hey, it's the truth!). So why not let your shower showcase your wild side? Photo from Hostess with the Mostess
Skip the traditional gender-reveal theme and try something sure to create some buzz. Incorporating a "What'll It Bee?" theme into your shower plans is such a sweet idea. Plus, who doesn't love the bright-yellow color scheme? Our point exactly. Photo from Catch My Party
If you're thinking that a nautical shower theme only works in summer, think again. Dress up any outdoor patio or indoor fortress with all the knickknacks you'll need to make sure your guests feel lost at sea. Here's a hint: You can never have enough anchors. *Photo from Catch my Party
Don’t know if it’s a boy or a girl? Get guests involved in guessing baby’s gender. Photo by Johnna H.
Want to know what's better than a stork? A beautiful bird. And that's totally why this shower theme has taken off. This is ideal for the expectant mom who doesn't want all the frills and thrills — just a bright, feel-good party. Photo from Blowout Party
The days of pink and blue showers are long gone, and in their place are some beautifully clean and fresh shower themes. Mom-to-be's bump will really pop against this all-white decor. Photo from Style Me Pretty
Just because this vintage-style display is fit for a flower princess doesn't mean it won't work if you're expecting a prince. PS: We're loving the name lettering on the wall — an intimate, personalized touch! Photo from Found Rental Items
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*Updated June 23, 2017