My DIY Modern & Minimal Baby Shower Brunch

I still can’t believe Lola will be here in less than three months. I’m just so excited to meet her and I literally can’t wait for her to meet all of the amazing people that have shown us love over the past few months. Speaking of, my bestie threw Lola and I the most stunning baby shower brunch last weekend and it was everything I could have imagined and more. Intimate, girly, modern & neutral (she knows my vibe) and full of love and celebration for Lola Bear.

Although I helped with some of the planning (hello Type A, control freak), Sarah took my ideas and created the most magical afternoon and it’s something I’ll cherish for life. So lucky for this one <3

Keep reading for all of the details!

The Details


Sarah and I knew we wanted the majority of the decor to consist of fresh flowers but we didn’t want to splurge on hiring a florist or floral designer. I remembered that my friend Sabrina used Fifty Flowers to decorate for her beautiful baby shower a few months back and knew this would be the perfect solution. Wholesale flowers delivered directly to your door? Um sign me up. They have literally every flower you can think of, tons of inspiration, and bundles to make arranging flowers for your next event that much easier.

I already knew that our theme was basically Baby’s Breath so I was so excited to see that they had a few different options. We ended up going with a garland and several bunches of Baby’s Breath paired with Ranunculus for some different texture. Here’s exactly what I ordered below:


I did a ton of DIY signs for our wedding using Canva so I knew I’d be doing the same thing for the signage at the baby shower. In addition to the Welcome Sign, we had a few table signs (gift table, favors, diaper game and thank you) and print outs at each place setting (advice cards and pacifier hunt game details). I designed everything on Canva (for free!), had the Welcome Sign (on mounted poster, size 24×36) and the Advice Cards/Pacifier Game (on cardstock, size 5×7) at FedEx and printed the table signs on my home printer before putting them in amazon picture frames.

In case you’re up for a little DIY project, I made templates of the designs I created – check them out below! Note: you’ll need a free canva account to edit the templates. You can easily customize the fonts and colors to fit your decor theme.

Additional Decor

Although the majority of the decor was made up of white florals, we sprinkled in a few vases and candles for different textures and heights. Sarah & I repurposed vases we personally own/had around the house and I also got a few things from At Home Stores. You guys know how I feel about this place – so affordable and they have any and everything you could possibly think of it when it comes to home decor and accessories. The best part, you can shop in store if you live near an At Home location and they also offer shipping! Here’s what I purchased: