Little Mermaid Baby Shower Party Ideas
Party with host of lively Mermaids including Ariel – The Little Mermaid. Enjoy a kaleidoscope of blues and greens as well as purples and pinks. With a Mermaid Baby Shower Party, you will have a bubbly good time!
|Make a special place for the mom-t0-be. Remember… Embarrassment is a natural by-product of the very best baby showers.|
|DIY Porthole – insert a ocean view picture between two painted cardboard circles. Accent with “bolts”.||DIY anchor and cut from large piece of cardboard. Wrap it with duct tape. Make chain from paper plates (cut out the middle) and wrap in duct tape.|
Decorate clay pots and make fish bowl centerpieces. Can double as game prizes.
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DIY Coral Reef
Things you’ll need: Large cardboard/wood surface – lined with wax paper Wood dowels Can of spray foam Spray paint
What you do: Place wood dowel on wax paper and secure with tape. Use spray foam to create organic free flowing motions that resemble coral.
Note: Foam will expand so don’t spray too much in one area. Let dry overnight. Carefully peel off wax paper. Then spray paint.
|Lantern Jellyfish, fish netting, starfish, seahorses and shells – great decoration.||Seaweed (cut out cardboard, paste dark green crete paper, scrunch light green crepe paper and paste)||Shower Cap Jelly Fish – cheap, clear shower cap and ribbon tentacles. Hung with fishing line.|
|Aquarium centerpiece with goldfish. Can double as favor or game prize.|
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|Gorgeous tablecloth with chair sash. Love the fabric scallops!||No mermaid party would be complete without the bubbles! It is amazing what can be done with balloons and a little imagination!|
|Paint or stain shells and starfish to add color to your tables.||Hang fish netting. Embellish with real or paper sea creatures and shells.||Make a balloon canopy for your party with fish netting. Dangle pom poms and sea creatures.|
|Every mermaid needs a treasure! When making your treasure chest decoration, fill the chest with sand, Styrofoam, or floral bricks, then add your shells and/or treasure – beads, toy tiaras, wax pearls, shells gold chocolate coins, faux gems and crystals. (See our Amazon Links for some great suggestions.)|
|If you are lucky enough to have an old lobster box, use it as a treasure chest.||Make a ship’s wheel from cardboard. Embellish with twine and markers.||Decorate with tissue pom poms and dot strings.|