Little Mermaid Baby Shower Party Ideas

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.

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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.
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