Our site readers' favorite baby shower party favors

Our site readers' favorite baby shower party favors

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Looking for something cute and creative — and relatively cheap — to give your baby shower guests as they're walking out the door? You've come to the right place. Other our site users have lots of great favor ideas to give your party the final perfect touch. We've listed our 10 favorites below.

Baby blooms

"For my best friend's baby shower, I gave all of the guests a package of baby's breath seeds in a terra cotta pot decorated with cellophane, bows, and a little bird. Everyone thought they were great and unique — and most were successful in growing the flowers!"
M. Barber

"For my baby shower, my mom and I bought coffee mugs and a flat of flowers. We put one flower in each of them — like a flower pot. Everyone thought it was the neatest idea!"

Fill 'er up

"Fill small plastic baby bottles — you can usually find them at craft stores — with hand lotion, then tie pink and blue ribbon around the neck."

"For my shower, we made baby booties out of plastic foam cups. We cut off the top of the cups and cut two slits on one side of what was left to make it look like it had a shoe's tongue. Then we poked tiny holes on either side of the tongue and used thin pink or blue ribbon in the holes to 'lace' it up. Then I put pink or blue tissue inside and filled them with pink and blue M&Ms. Everyone loved them."

Variations: Buy real baby shoes at a garage sale or consignment shop and line them with lace-edged baby socks filled with potpourri. Or use empty baby food jars and fill them with pink or blue candle wax.

"I made the cutest party favors out of newborn diapers. Fold the diaper as if you're putting it on, and then line it with pastel-colored tissue paper. Drop candy inside — I used Sugar Babies because they're brown — then use a ribbon drawstring to close the diaper. Attach a little label on the ribbon with the baby's name on it, and voila!"
— Angelarene

"My friend and I have made pin cushions out of clean baby food jars. You just need a bit of fabric, some fabric stuffing, and a glue gun. It sticks with the baby theme and is a useful container for straight or safety pins."

Easy-bake fun

"My favorite is sugar cookies in the shapes of bottles and babies, packaged in colorful plastic wrap or tissue paper. You can use a gingerbread-man cutter for the baby-shaped ones."

"Make little cinnamon rolls (the kind that come in a can work just fine), wrap each one in pink or blue plastic wrap, and attach a ribbon to it with a tag saying: 'Thank you from (mother's name)'s bun in the oven!'"

Fun and useful

"I like to give guests a bookmark. It's a useful, lasting, inexpensive gift. You can get them to go along with your theme, if you have one. The shower I planned had a Beatrix Potter bunny theme, and I found some cute bookmarks with bunnies on them at my local bookstore."

"Take a bar of scented soap, cut a small triangle of baby fabric, and form a 'diaper' around the soap. Top it off with a plastic safety pin. These go over really well because everyone loves scented soaps, and it fits the theme of the shower!"

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